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1.

Match the sentences on the left with the sentences on the right: PLANS AND INTENTIONS

This year we are going to fly to Sicily.
Catherine wants to become a professional pianist.
Well, I am going to take a cup of coffee.
We are going to see the play on Thursday.
We are going to paint the room in yellow.
Jane needs retraining.
Where's Jean going?
Mary studies math and physics.
How long are you going to stay here?
What is Patricia going to do after her math exam?
What is Ann going to do with all that money?

2. Match the sentences on the left with the sentences on the right: MAKING A DECISION (WILL)
You haven't read the report, have you?
The phone is ringing!
I don't know how to get there.
I don't know how to that.
It's beginning to rain.
It's cold in here, isn't it?
I think there's something wrong with my car.
There's no milk left.
I'm afraid we don't have vegetarian food here.
It's very hot in the car.
John, I don't want to marry you.

3. Match the sentences on the left with the sentences on the right: PREDICTIONS (WILL)

I'm so worried about my exam tomorrow.
Do you think Bob will be late tonight?
What do you think John will say?
Do you think Bill will miss us?
How long do you think will it take us to get there?
Do you think he will phone us when he arrives in Madrid?
The boss is so angry with Jim.
What will be the weather like tomorrow?
When do you think you will get your results.
Do you think he will apologize?
What do you think you will get for your birthday.

4. Complete the conversations:
1. A: Did you know it's Winnie's birthday?
B: Really? Thanks. I will send / am going to send her a card. And what about you? Are you going
to buy/ will you buy anything for her?
A: Yes, of course! I am going to invite/ I will invite her for dinner at "Ritz".
B: Oh, I'm sure she will be/ is going to be delighted! Well, I will come/ am going with you, too! Do
you think she will mind/ is going to mind?
A: Well, I don't know. I think I will ask/ am asking her. I am seeing/ will see her in the afternoon
anyway.
B: I hope she won't mind/ isnt going to mind and we will spend/ are spending a nice evening
together!


Oh, I'll close the window.
No, I haven't. OK, I'll read it now.
I'll have a look at it for you.
I think I'll go home.
I'll answer it.
I'll help you.
I'll switch on the air-cinditioning.
Ok, I'll go and buy some.
Well, in that case I'll go to another restaurant.
What a pity! I'll have to ask Martina.
I'll give you a lift.

She is going to have a holiday abroad.
Last year we went by train, but it took too long.
She is going to be a teacher.
She is going to study music in London.
We are fed up with these white walls.
What about you? What are you going to take?
For a month.
She is going to buy something for dinner.
She is going to start her own business.
She is going to attend a computer course.
We have already bought the tickets.

I hope it will be fine.
I expect he will say nothing.
Oh, I'm sure you'll pass.
I'm sure he will miss us.
I doubt he will do that.
I'm sure he will do it as soon as he gets there.
I expect my parents will give me books again.
I hope she won't sack him.
I hope he won't.
I hope it won't take us longer than an hour.
I think they will send them in the post next week
2. A: What ________________________ (do) tonight?
B: I ____________________ (go) to the cinema with Jack
A: What film __________________________? ( see)
B: "Terminator 7".
A: Oh, I don't think you _________________________(like) it!
B: Well, in that case I ________________ (suggest) going to see another film. And what about you?
What _________________ (do) tonight?
A: I don't know yet. Jane ________________ (have) dinner with her parents so I _______________
(stay) at home and watch a video.
B: Why don't you join us?
A: Thanks, that's a good idea. I _______________ (go) with you to the cinema.





















1. A: Did you know it's Winnie's birthday?
B: Really? Thanks. I will send her a card. And what about you? Are you going to buy anything for
her?
A: Yes, of course! I am going to invite her for dinner at "Ritz".
B: Oh, I'm sure she will be delighted! Well, I will come with you, too! Do you think she will mind?
A: Well, I don't know. I think I will ask her. I am seeing her in the afternoon anyway.
B: I hope she won't mind and we will spend a nice evening together!

2. A: What are you doing tonight?
B: I am going to the cinema with Jack.
A: What film are you going to see?
B: "Terminator 7".
A: Oh, I don't think you will like it!
B: Well, in that case I will suggest going to see another film. And what about you? What are you
doing tonight?
A: I don't know yet. Jane is having dinner with her parents so I will probably stay at home and watch
a video.
B: Why don't you join us?
A: Thanks, that's a good idea. I will go with you to the cinema.

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