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FUTURE TENSES


Remember!:

GOING TO (planns and predictions based on evidence)

PRESENT SIMPLE (timetables)

PRESENT CONTINUOUS (planns or confirmed intentions)

WILL (predictions, offers, promises)


Put the verb into the correct form: present simple, present continuous, going to or will.


-I....................(go) to the cinema this evening.

-Look at those clouds! It.......................(rain)

-I'm too tired to walk home. I think I................(take) a taxi.

-.............................(the film/begin) at 3.30 or 4.30?

-He..............................(not/use) the car this evening, so you can have it.

-I bought this T-shirt but it's too big. I think I...............................(return/it).

-Who.................................(you/invite) to your birthday's party?

-I.........................(not/go) out this evening. I..........................(stay) at home.  

-Sue.......................(come) to see us tomorrow. She.......................(travel) by train and her train …....................(arrive) at 10.15.   

-'Would you like tea or coffee?' 'I..................(have) a coffee, please.

-(Suddenly) I've decided not to stay here any longer! Tomorrow I.........................(look) for somewhere else to stay.

-It's a bit cold. The window is open and you decide to close it. You say: I think I....................(close) the window.

 

       


 

 

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