Choose the Correct Answer – Will/Going To – Exercise

In English, we use several different forms to talk about future events. The forms with ‘will’ are mainly used to talk about your promises and willingness to do something. They are also used to make simple predictions and show your reactions to something that was just said.

Put the correct verbs in brackets into the will or going to form.

  1. What are you doing with those tools? I……………………………(repair) the car.
  2. Oh, no! We haven’t got any milk? Haven’t we? I…………………………(get) some from the shop, then.
  3. Did you phone Bob? Oh, no. I completely forgot. I………………………….(phone) him now.
  4. Are you going shopping? I…………………………….(come) with you if you like.
  5. I’ve decided to go away for the weekend. I……………………………..(visit) some friends in Madrid.
  6. I’m really hungry. Are you? I…………………………(make) you something to eat, then.
  7. I’ve bought some wallpaper. I……………………………(decorate) the living room at the weekend.
  8. I’ve decided to sell my flat? Where………………………………..(you/live)?
  9. I really must go now. If you wait a moment I………………………….(give) you a lift in my car.
  10. Mary has made up her mind that she……………………………….(change) her job.
  11. I…………………………………(meet) some friends for coffee this afternoon.
  12. Romeo is always late. I’m sure he……………………………(not arrive) on time.
  13. The show……………………………(end) at exactly 9 o’clock.
  14. The phone is ringing? I…………………………….(answer) it.
  15. Sophie……………………………(start) her new job tomorrow.
  16. ………………………….(they/ win) the tennis match tomorrow?
  17. Look at that driver! He…………………………..(have) an accident.
  18. Do you want to meet my father? Come on, I…………………………..(introduce) you.
  19. Have you got any plans for your holiday? Yes, I…………………………….(go) to France.
  20. She has decided to learn Arabic. She……………………………..(start) lessons next week.

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