Nov 10, 2016

UNIT 22 • Will / shall (2)

21 cards
, 46 answers
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  • Choose a form of the verb which is correct (or more natural) in these sentences.
    • Ann isn’t free on Saturday.  . . . 
      She’s working
      .
      • She’ll work
      • She’s working

    •  . . . 
      I’m going
      to a party tomorrow night. Would you like to come too?
      • I’ll go
      • I’m going

    • I think Jane  . . . 
      will get
      the job. She has a lot of experience.
      • will get
      • is getting

    • I can’t meet you this evening. A friend of mine  . . . 
      is coming
      to see me.
      • will come
      • is coming

    • A: Have you decided where to go for your holidays?
      B: Yes,  . . . 
      we are going
      to Italy.
      • we will go
      • we are going

    • There’s no need to be afraid of the dog.  . . . 
      It won’t hurt
      you.
      • It won’t hurt
      • It isn’t hurting

  • Complete the sentences with ‘will …’ + one of these verbs:

    be       ○      be       ○      come       ○      get       ○      like       ○      look       ○      meet       ○      pass
    • Don’t worry about your exam. I’m sure you
      Why don’t you try on this jacket? It nice on you.
      You must meet George sometime. I think you him.
      It’s raining. Don’t go out. You wet.
      They’ve invited me to their house. They offended if I don’t go.
      Goodbye. I expect we again before long.
      I’ve invited Sue to the party but I don’t think she
      I wonder where I 20 years from now.

    • Put in ‘will’ or ‘won’t’.
      • Can you wait for me? I  . . . 
        won’t
        be very long.
        • will
        • won’t

      • There’s no need to take an umbrella with you. It  . . . 
        won’t
        rain.
        • will
        • won’t

      • If you don’t eat anything now, you  . . . 
        will
        be hungry later.
        • won’t
        • will

      • I’m sorry about what happened yesterday. It  . . . 
        won’t
        happen again.
        • will
        • won’t

      • I’ve got some incredible news! You  . . . 
        will
        never believe what’s happened.
        • will
        • won’t

      • Don’t ask Margaret for advice. She  . . . 
        won’t
        know what to do.
        • won’t
        • will

    • Where will you be at these times? Write true sentences about yourself. Use one of these. (For ‘might’ see Unit 30.):

      I’ll be …       ○      I expect I’ll be …       ○      I’ll probably be …       ○      I don’t know where I’ll be.       ○      I’m not sure. I might be …
      • Where will you be next Monday evening at 7.45?

        • probably / home


          • not sure / might / the cinema


            • not know / where

            • Write the sentence below using different times.

              • work / next Saturday afternoon at 4.15


                • bed / 5 o’clock tomorrow morning


                  • expect / home / at 10.30 tomorrow morning


                    • not know / where / this time next year

                    • Write questions using ‘do you think … will …?’ + one of these verbs:

                      be back       ○      cost       ○      finish       ○      get married       ○      happen       ○      like       ○      rain
                      • I’ve bought Mary a present. Do you think
                        The weather doesn’t look very good. Do you
                        The meeting is still going on. When do you
                        My car needs to be repaired. How much
                        Sally and David are in love. Do
                        ‘I’m going out now.’ ~ ‘OK. What time
                        The future situation is uncertain. What

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