Put the verbs into the correct form (use going to)
1. It _is going to rain_ (rain).
2. They _are going to eat_ (eat) pasta.
3. I _am going to wear_ (wear) black shoes tonight.
4. They _are going to help_ (not / help) you.
5. Kirill _isn't walking_ (not / walk) home.
6. _Are you going to cook_ (cook / you) lunch?
7. Masha _isn't sharing_ (share / not) his biscuits.
8. _I she going to leave_ (leave / she) the house?
9. _Is he taking part_ (take part / he) in the contest?
10. We _are not going to spend_ (not / spend) my holiday abroad this year.
Complete the sentences using will (´ll) or going to.
1. Why are you turning on the television? - I _am going to watch_ a film. (I / watch)
2. Oh, I've just realised. I haven't got any money. - Haven't you? Well, don't worry. __ you some. ( I / lend)
3. I've got a headache. - Have you? Wait a second. __ an aspirin for you. (I / get)
4. Why are you filling those buckets with water? - __ the car. (I / wash).
5. I've decided to repaint this shed. - Oh, have you? What colour __ it? (you / paint)
6. Where are you going? Are you going shopping? - Yes, __ something for lunch. (I / buy)
7. I don't know how to use this camera. - It's not difficult. __ you. (I / show)
8. What would you like to order? - __ a sandwich, please. (I / have)
9. Have you send the agreement? - Oh, I'm sorry. I completely forgot. __ it now. (I / do)
10. The picture in this room doesn't look very safe, does it? - No, it looks as if __ down. (it / fall)
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Tenses - Времена
Present Simple • Page 2 • Page 3
Present Continuous • Page 2 • Page 3
Past Simple • Page 2 • Page 3 • Page 4 • Page 5
Present Perfect • Page 2 • Page 3 • Page 4
Present Simple vs Present Continuous • Page 2 • Page 3 • Page 4
Past Simple vs. Present Perfect • Page 2
Past Simple vs. Past Continuous • Page 2
Future with will vs. Future with (be) going to • Page 2
To be going to or not be going to