In twenty years I see myself as a pharmacist. I think I will have twins, two girls, and a wonderful husband. We will stay in Serbia, but maybe move to a bigger city. We will live in a beautiful house or in a big flat. I love animals, so I will probably have two cats. I hope our neighbours will be friendly, so we can hang out with them.
In the future technology will improve, so my house will be full of interesting appliances.
All in all, the future will be interesting.
The Earth will be polluted because of too many electrical appliances, but people will live better than now. We'll have flying cars and robots instead of maids. At schools, kids will be using tablets instead of notebooks and books. They'll do their tests on the internet and get their marks immediately. In my opinion, kids will spend too much time playing computer games instead of playing outside with their friends. More people will donate money and food to people in Africa and make their lives easier.
I wish people didn't forget their friends and replace them with robots.
I will be living in a big house in London, with a pool, a garden and a white fence. I will be working as a lawyer and will have a husband and two children.
My day will start very early, at eight o'clock. I will wake up my kids and prepare them for school. I will then go to work and when I get home I will prepare dinner for my family and go to sleep.
With a loving husband, adorable children and a dream job, my life in 20 years will probably be great and peaceful.
As computer technology is becoming dominant, I can't imagine the future, really. In our early beginnings, we were constantly fighting for food, but now obesity's become a bigger killer. Although I can't do much about it, I'd like those dearest to me to be aware of it.
That's what I think, but can we really know the future? The most unexpected things might change our lives.
But I don't see the future made out of sugar, spice and everything nice. As computer technology is becoming dominant in the present, I can't imagine the future. These times are so strange that in our early beginnings we were constantly fighting for food, but now obesity has became a bigger killer than hunger. Even thou there's not much I can do about it, I would like those dearest to me to at least be aware of it.
That is how I think of my future, but can we really ever know the future? Maybe the most unexpected things will change our lives.
I will live in a big city like Frankfurt, Germany, with my wife and two children. It is hard to find friends in big cities, but with friends from my soccer team, I will not have that problem. My family and I will be very happy and spend a lot of time together.
The world will change a lot. Planes, cars, phones, tablets and other digital gadgets will improve. I think I can live with the changes around me.
I'll have a big house in a plain in Denmark and will have a family there. I will also have a dog, a black Labrador, and he will be named after my first dog.
I'm planning to study architecture to be able to work as a LEGO designer. Before I go to Denmark I'll have to learn German or English to understand them.
This is my future life and I hope it will come true.
I hope the world will be a better place to live in. People will have better jobs and they'll be more satisfied. I see myself as a programmer in a giant company. I think that I'm imaginative, skilful and a hard working person, so in twenty years I'll be able to design new programmes that will make life easier and more interesting than today.
I know that my job will pay off and it'll give me a personal satisfaction.
People still have computers and surf the net. They're noticed only if they use famous and expensive brands. The real communication between people has disappeared. They only send messages that you can't tie with a bow. Romance and great love have gone digital. The new century demands to be practical, not romantic.
But I fight back. I don't allow robots to do the work I love. I'm a successful vet. I find new species of animals, heal them and help them to find their home.
Having experienced it all, I get back to reality. I have a whole life ahead of me and should plan well.
That is how I see myself in 20 years, although perhaps it will not look like it at all.
Cars won't have wheels, but will fly a few feet above the ground. Houses will rotate and robots will take the place of policemen.
Schools will change, too. It'll be enough for children to read a text and they'll know everything. Lessons will last only two hours and there won't be any homework.
People won't do anything, because different machines will work for them. Children won't have real friends. They will be replaced by programmed toys.
All diseases will be cured, but there will be too many people on the planet and it'll be in danger.
We should enjoy our lives, because we don't know what the future holds.
I'll have finished medical school and get married. I'll live in Barcelona, Spain, and work as a sports doctor or physiotherapist. My husband will be a football player playing for Barcelona. We'll have two children, a boy and a girl. Our house will be huge, dark yellow, with a swimming pool and a beautiful garden.
Life will be much easier than it is now. We'll travel the world and see its wonders. The kids and I will often watch my husband's matches. Our son will also play football and our daughter will train volleyball. Our family will be very successful.
I hope my life will be like that in the future.
I will be a programmer. My sister and I will programme robots which will take the place of shop assistants.
My partner will be very intelligent. He'll be a doctor who will find cures for serious diseases. We'll have a big zoo in our house. There will be elephants, zebras, monkeys, snakes, dolphins and other wild animals. They'll be very tame and smart.
I won't have a car to go shopping with my friends. Instead, we'll fly to the shop.
All these things sound funny, but we can never be sure of what life will be like in the future, can we?