1. Choose the correct verbs to complete the sentences.
1 What do you usually do / are you usually doing at weekends?
2 Next time I’m seeing / I see Jenny, I’ll tell her I’ve seen you.
3 We’relearning/ We learn about space travel at school this week.
4 What time does the World Cup Final start / is the World Cup Final Starting tomorrow?
5 Does your aunt work / Is your aunt working in the centre of town?
6 brother is always using / always uses phone without asking. It’s really annoying!
7 Are you going / Do you go to Ted’s party on Saturday night?
1 do you usually do 2 I see 3 We’re learning
4 does the World Cup Final start 5 Does your aunt work
6 is always using 7 Are you going
2. Complete the sentences with will or going to and the verb in brackets.
1 Have you finished your tea? Pass me your cup and I ____________ (pour) you some more.
2 Don’t worry, we ____________ (phone) you as soon as we reach the campsite.
3 If it’s already half past six, we ____________ (miss) the start of the film.
4 It doesn’t matter if you don’t have a jacket with you. I ____________ (lend) you mine.
5 Max has worked hard, so I’m sure he ____________ (do) well in the exam.
6 I’ve decided that next weekend I ____________ (paint) room a different colour.
1 will pour 2 will phone 3 are going to miss
4 will lend 5 will do 6 am going to paint
3. Choose the correct answer (a or b) to complete the sentences.
1 Stefan is going camping
a next week.
b every summer.
2 Have you decided what time
a you’re going out?
b you go out?
3 Tom is always talking
a when the TV’s on!
4 Can you give this to Ben next time
a you’re seeing him?
b you see him?
5 I always
a cycle to school.
b am cycling to school.
6 Do you play basketball
a this Saturday?
b every Saturday?
1 a 2 a 3 a 4 b 5 a 6 b
4. Choose the correct verb (a-c) to complete the sentences.
1 ‘How often _________ running?’ ‘Twice a week, usually.’
a are you going
b do you go
c will you go
2 ‘Is the café open today?’ ‘Yes, but it _________ at all on Sundays.’
a isn’t opening
b doesn’t open
c won’t open
3 Don’t be late tomorrow – the bus _________ at nine o’clock.
a will leave
b is going to leave
4 Let’s go for another swim after we _________ this drink.
a are going to finish
c will finish
5 ___ anything interesting at the moment?
a Are you reading
b Will you read
c Are you going to read
6 You look cold. I _________ you hat to wear.
a ‘ll give
b ‘m giving
c ‘m going to give
7 I’m so excited! favourite singer _________ here is June.
b will play
c is playing
8 Be careful! That ladder isn’t safe – you _________!
a are falling
b are going to fall
1 b 2 b 3 c 4 b 5 a 6 a 7 c 8 b
5. Correct the underlined mistakes in the sentences. Use the correct present or future tense.
1 Una’s favourite food is Chinese, but I’m preferring Mexican.
2 The clouds in the distance are really black – there will be a storm.
3 The school term is going to end next Friday; I can’t wait!
4 Ellie is practising the guitar for an hour each day.
5 The sun’s just come out, so I think I’m going for a walk in the park.
6 When you’ll find out the final score, let me know.
7 sister has decided that she doesn’t eat chocolate until the end of this month.
8 Trains to London will leave here every half an hour.
1 I prefer 2 there’s going to be 3 ends 4 practises
5 I’ll go 6 you find out 7 isn’t going to eat 8 leave
6. Complete the email with the correct form of the verbs in brackets. There may be more than one possible answer.
How are you? I hope you 1 _____ (enjoy) the summer holidays. I haven’t done much so far, but aunt and uncle 2 _____ (come) next week. They 3 _____ (live) in Canada with cousins, so I 4 _____ (not see) them very often. They 5 _____ (stay) with us for a fortnight, which is great! We plan to take them sightseeing as soon as they 6 _____ (arrive). They haven’t been here before, but I know they 7 _____ (love) Austria. Let me know your news!
1 are enjoying 2 are coming 3 live 4 don’t see
5 are going to stay / staying 6 arrive 7 will love