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FUTURE

COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING SENTENCES USING WILL, BE GOING TO OR PRESENT CONTINUOUS.
 
 
 
a)       Look at those black clouds. It .

 

b)      I  Mary on Saturday at 5 o’clock at the cinema. Would you like to come?

 

c)       “It’s hot in here”.

          “I  the window”.

 

d)      “I’ve got a headache”.

         “Oh dear, I you an aspirin”.

 

e)      I Peru one day, that’s my dreamed holiday.

 

f)       What on Friday night?

 

g)      I to a concert. I got the tickets this morning.

 

h)      Probably I at home.

 

i)       I Japanese next year, at least that’s my intention.

 

j)       It tomorrow according to the weather forecast.

 

k)      Brazil 7  Finland  0 (minute 89)

         The Brazilians .

 

l)       The Brazilians  the world cup.

 

m)      If I can I skiing with them.

 

n)       What like tomorrow?

 

o)      (Reading the newspaper) According to your horoscope you a lot next year.

 

p)      I in a 4-star hotel. I booked it this morning.

 

q)       We a party on Saturday. I’ve invited all my friends.

 

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