Will + going to + present continuous
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PDF exercises to download for free:
- Use verbs in brackets to complete sentences.
- Three parts, each practising a different form.
- Complete dialogues with verbs in the box.
- Choose correct forms.
- Positive sentences, negative sentences and questions.
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Online exercises with answers:
Will Going to Present continuous Exercise 1 Complete sentences with the verbs in brackets.
Will Going to Present continuous Exercise 2 Practise these forms in three different tests.
Will Going to Present continuous Exercise 3 Complete short dialogues.
Will Going to Present continuous Exercise 4 A multiple choice test.
Grammar rules PDF:
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1. The present simple (will) is used to for general intentions.
I think I will go on holiday in July.
We won't travel by plane, I suppose.
2. It is used predictions or opinions.
Sarah will probably study biology.
I'm afraid you mum will not like it.
3. We use it to express our decision or offer made at the moment of speaking.
These shoes are comfortable. I'll take them.
I've missed the bus. - Never mind. I'll drive you there.
1. It is used to speak about decisions made before the moment of speaking.
We need the money because we are going to reconstruct our house.
2. We also use it to express our opinion that something is certain to happen. There is some evidence for our prediction.
The planes are going to land.
(They are coming closer and closer to the airport.)
With a time expression referring to future (tomorrow, next month) we use the present continuous to talk about personal future arrangements.
I'm seeing the dentist at 10 o'clock tomorrow.
Jack is coming back from Leeds tonight.
In some situations we can use will, going to or present continuous with little difference in meaning.
We'll travel to France in May.
We're going to travel to France in May.
We're travelling to France in May.
We're travelling is more definite than We're going to travel and We'll travel is the least definite.
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