Nov 10, 2016

UNIT 23 • I will and I’m going to

17 cards
, 21 answers
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  • Complete the sentences using ‘will’ or ‘be going to’.
    • A:       Why are you turning on the television?
      B:       the news. (I / watch)

      • A:       Oh, I’ve just realised. I haven’t got any money.
        B:       Haven’t you? Well, don’t worry you some. (I / lend)

        • A:       I’ve got a headache.
          B:       Have you? Wait there and an aspirin for you. (I / get)

          • A:       Why are you filling that bucket with water?
            B:       the car. (I / wash)

            • A:       I’ve decided to repaint this room.
              B:       Oh, have you? What colour it? (you / paint)

              • A:       Where are you going? Are you going shopping?
                B:       Yes, something for dinner. (I / buy)

                • A:       I don’t know how to use this camera.
                  B:       It’s quite easy you. (I / show)

                  • A:       What would you like to eat?
                    B:       a sandwich, please. (I / have)

                    • A:       Did you post that letter for me?
                      B:       Oh, I’m sorry. I completely forgot it now. (I / do)

                      • A:       The ceiling in this room doesn’t took very safe, does it?
                        B:       No, it looks as if down. (it / fall)

                        • A:       Has George decided what to do when he leaves school?
                          B:       Oh, yes. Everything is planned. a holiday for a few weeks and then a computer programming course. (he / have, he / do)

                        • Read the situations and complete the sentences using ‘will’ or ‘be going to’.
                          • The phone rings and you answer. Somebody wants to speak to Jim.
                            CALLER:       Hello. Can I speak to Jim, please?
                            YOU:       Just a moment him. (I / get)

                            • It’s a nice day. You’ve decided to sit in the garden. Before going outside, you tell your friend.
                              YOU:       The weather’s too nice to stay indoors. in the garden. (I / sit)
                              FRIEND:       That’s a good idea. I think you. (I / join)

                              • Your friend is worried because she has lost an important letter.
                                YOU:       Don’t worry about the letter. I’m sure it. (you / find)
                                FRIEND:       I hope so.

                                • There was a job advertised in the paper recently. At first you were interested but then you decided not to apply.
                                  FRIEND:       Have you decided what to do about that job that was advertised?
                                  YOU:       Yes, for it. (I / not / apply)

                                  • You and a friend come home very late. Other people in the house are asleep. Your friend is noisy.
                                    YOU:       Shhh! Don’t make so much noise. everybody up. (you / wake)

                                    • John has to go to the airport to catch a plane tomorrow morning.
                                      JOHN:       Ann, I need somebody to take me to the airport tomorrow morning.
                                      ANN:       That’s no problem. you. (I / take) What time is your flight?
                                      JOHN:       10.50.
                                      ANN:       OK. at about 9 o’clock then. (we / leave)

                                      Later that day, Joe offers to take John to the airport.
                                      JOE:       John, do you want me to take you to the airport?
                                      JOHN:       No thanks, Joe. me. (Ann / take)

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