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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.
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. (I / go) to Sweden for three weeks. (I / leave) on Friday. (I / visit) some friends there.
Peter: (that / be) nice.
Polly: Well, I’d better hurry. My lesson (start) at half past seven, and it’s twenty-five past now.
Peter: OK. Come and see me when (you / get) back from Sweden.
Polly: Thanks. (I / send) you a postcard.
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)