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Test F: Tenses - Future

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A

Read the telephone conversation. Write the correct answer in each space.

Amy: When will I see you again?
Simon: I don't know. I'm (1) ___________ to be busy this week. And I'll (2) ___________ going to London
on Saturday.
Amy: Oh. But you (3) ___________ be here for my party, won't you?
Simon: No, I (4) ___________ get back until Sunday evening.
Amy: I (5) ___________ going to invite you.
Simon: Well, I'm sorry I can't come.
Amy: What (6) ___________ you doing in London?
Simon: Oh, I'm just going (7) ___________see one or two people. Look, I must go. I'm cooking something
that I think is (8) ___________ to boil over.

B

Some of these sentences are correct, and some have a word which should not be there.
If the sentence is correct, put a tick (
+). If it is incorrect, mark coloured the unnecessary word in the sentence and write it in the right column.

- They're probably going to knock the building down.
- We are be going to get a dog soon.
1. The bus is leaves at eight twenty.
2. The doors of the theatre are about to open.
3. The meeting will be start at half past seven.
4. The festival is for to take place in June.
5. My friend will be calling here tomorrow morning.
6. We were going to eat in the restaurant, but it was full.
7. I have to register for my course before the classes will begin.
8. I will to have finished lunch by two o'clock.

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C

Put in a form of the verb. Use the Future Continuous (will be doing), the Future Perfect (will have done) or was/were going to.

  • It's quite a long way, isn't it? We'll have walked (walk) about five miles by the time we get

back, I'd say.
1. It'll be better if you don't ring at one o'clock. We ____________________ (have) lunch then.
2. I ____________________ (drive) over and see you, but there's something wrong with the car.
3. I've got loads of work. I expect I____________________ (work) all night. And I'm not looking forward to it.
4. I'll have much more time next week because I____________________ (do) all my exams then.
5. We ____________________ (buy) that computer game, but they don't make it for the kind
of computer we've got.
6. I know you'll put on a wonderful show. You ____________________ (have) so much practice by the time you perform it that it's sure to be brilliant.

D

Complete the conversation. Use will, be going to or a present tense. Choose the best form.
Sometimes more than one answer is correct.

Peter: Hello. Where are you going?
Polly: To my evening class. I'm learning Swedish. And next week I'll have (I /have) a chance to speak it
for real. (1) ____________________ (I / go) to Sweden for three weeks.
(2)____________________ (I / leave) on Friday. (3) ____________________ (I / visit) some
friends there.
Peter: (4) ____________________ (that / be) nice.
Polly: Well, I'd better hurry. My lesson (5) ____________________ (start) at half past seven, and it's
twenty-five past now.
Peter: OK. Come and see me when (6) ____________________ (you /get) back from Sweden.
Polly: Thanks. (7) ____________________ (I /send) you a postcard.

E

Write a second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first. Use the word in brackets.

  • We have decided to help with the project. (going)

We are going to help with the project.
1. We're willing to wait for you. ('ll) _________________________________
2. You can get off this train at Bath. (stops) _________________________________
3. My friend intended to meet us. (going) _________________________________
4. Adrian's job interview is on 17 October. (having) _________________________________
5. Our meal will be over by eight o'clock. (finished) _________________________________
6. I think I'm going to go on the trip. (might) _________________________________
7. The fire hasn't gone out yet, but it will in a minute. (about) _________________________________

F

Choose the correct form.

  • A: I'd better go. I'm cycling home, and I haven't got any lights on my bike.
  • B: Oh, yes. It'll be/It'll have been dark soon.

1. A: I hear the rent on your flat is very expensive.
B: Yes, it is. I'll move/ I'm going to move, I've decided.
2. A: I'd like a photo of Martin and me.
B: I'll take/ I'm going to take one with your camera, then.
3. A: Have you booked a holiday yet?
B: Yes, we go/we're going to Spain.

4. A: What's that man doing up there?
B: Oh, no! He'll jump/He's going to jump!
5. A: Can I borrow your bike on Monday?
B: I'm sorry, but I' ll be using/ I' ll have used it. I always cycle to work.

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