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Present continuous tense / going to

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TALKING ABOUT THE FUTURE ( PRESENT SIMPLE-PRESENT CONTINUOUS-GOING TO- SIMPLE FUTURE (KEY INCLUDED)
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Present Continuous Tense and Going to used for the future
 
 We use the present continuous tense for definite arrangements in the future 
                                          We're leaving the college at 8.30 tomorrow.
 
                      We use going to + verb to talk about our intentions
                                                     Len's going to buy a present for his girlfriend.
 
1. Put the verbs into the correct form . Use going to
 
  1. It (rain) .
  2. They (eat) stew.
  3. (wear)  blue shoes tonight.
  4. We (not / help)  you.
  5. Jack (not / walk) home.
  6. (cook / you) dinner?
  7. Sue (share / not) her biscuits.
  8. (leave / they) the house?
  9. (take part / she)  in the contest?
  10. (not / spend)  my holiday abroad this year.
2. Put the verbs in Present Continuous Tense
 
 
  Jay's busy tonight. He (babysit) is babysitting at the house next door.
 
1. It's Tamsin's birthday on Friday but she (not have) a party. 
2.  I must go. I (meet) my sister at the school gate.
3. My pen friend (come) next week. He (arrive) at the airport at 2:30 on Tuesday.
4. Martin (go out) with Lizzie this evening. They (go) to the cinema. 
5. The Raiders (play) on the 4th. They've got a free weekend. 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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