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Grammar exercise: the future

by Hans Põldoja — last modified 2011-06-11 12:33
group: CALIBRATE testimine Eestis
Put the verbs in brackets into the correct future form.

A: Hi, John! What (do) this summer?
B: I’m not sure yet, but I think (visit) my friends in Australia.

A: What are your plans for the weekend?
B: First, on Saturday morning at 8 a.m. we (leave) for Pärnu and on Sunday afternoon at four we (come) back.

A: Susan, you must be back at six. Don’t forget!
B: Don’t worry. I (be).

A: Oh, the phone is ringing?
B: I (answer) it!

A: Look, two cats are standing at the edge of the roof! They (jump)! Can’t anybody stop them!

A: Did you hear – Jeremy (take) part in swimming competitions!
B: Yes. He has thought about that for a long time already.

A: Let’s go the shop. I have to buy some bread.
B: No, I can’t. Maybe later, I (finish) my homework first.

A: Are you free at the moment. I want you to help me a bit.
B: Oh, I’m so sorry. I’m very busy right now. I hope I (find) some time for you after seven. Is that OK?


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