Sarah is anticipating what will happen next weekend if John is free. Help her out!
If John --iswill be free this weekend, we will go on a picnic. If we go on a picnic, we --playwill play backgammon. If we --playwill play backgammon, I will win. If I --winwill win, John will insist to play another round. If John --insistswill insist to play another round, he will lose again. If he --loseswill lose again, he will stop talking to me. If he --stopswill stop talking to me, I --givewill give him a ham sandwich and a kiss. If I --givewill give him a ham sandwich and a kiss, he will cheer up. If he --cheers upwill cheer up, he will suggest visiting our friends.
If John --suggestswill suggest visiting our friends, I will agree. If I --agreewill agree, we --visitwill visit Ken and Fiona. If we visit them, John and Ken --playwill play video games. If John and Ken --playwill play video games, me and Fiona will go shopping. If we --gowill go shopping, we --spendwill spend much money. If we --spendwill spend much money, John will work more hours next week. If he --workswill work more hours next week, he --is notwill not be free next weekend.
That's OK by me: this weekend, I'll buy myself a nice tea set and, next weekend, while John's at work, I'll invite the girls over for a tea.