Be going to/Present Continuous/Will (test)

There are so many ways in English to express your ideas about the future, but which one is suitable for this or that situation? Many English learners sometimes face a lot of obstacles when they find out there are three different ways for future tenses — Be going to, Present Continuous and the verb “will” with its many meanings. If your students have already learnt all these three ways, here is a nice test to check their knowledge of them.

 
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  • Tatiana

    There is no test at this page.

    01.02.2022
    • Hello Tatiana. Thank you for reporting this. We fixed the test, now it displays properly

      02.02.2022
  • Дианс

    Да

    18.10.2021
  • GALENA KUKHLEVSKAYA

    What’s wrong with the sentences ‘He is going to have an operation next week’, ‘I’m seeing my friends next Sunday.’?

    01.08.2019
    • Skyteach

      Actually, you can use both Present Continuous and going to. However, as these have a date it is more of an arrangement. That is Present Continuous.

      01.08.2019
      • GALENA KUKHLEVSKAYA

        Thank you for your explanation, but I remain unconvinced. Apparently, such ambiguous cases should be avoided in multiple-choice tests. Grammar tests and exercises ought to be based on real life communication patterns.

        14.08.2019

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