Match the following sentences.
Using the words in parentheses, complete the text below with the appropriate tenses.
Sandra: Where is Tim going to meet us?
Marcus: He (wait) for us when our train arrives. I am sure he (stand) on the platform when we pull into the station.
Sandra: And then what?
Marcus: We (pick) Michele up at work and go out to dinner.
Ted: When we get to the party, Jerry (watch) TV, Sam (make) drinks, Beth (dance) by herself, and Thad (complain) about his day at work.
Robin: Maybe, this time they won't be doing the same things.
Ted: I am absolutely positive they (do) the same things; they always do the same things.
Florence: Oh, look at that mountain of dirty dishes! Who (wash) all of those?
Jack: I promise I (do) them when I get home from work.
Jack: When you get home this evening, that mountain will be gone and nice stacks of sparkling clean dishes (sit) in the cabinets.
Doug: If you need to contact me next week, I (stay) at the Hoffman Hotel.
Nancy: I (call) you if there are any problems.
Doug: This is the first time I have ever been away from the kids.
Nancy: Don't worry, they (be) fine.
Samantha: Just think, next week at this time, I (lie) on a tropical beach in Maui drinking Mai Tais and eating pineapple.
Darren: While you are luxuriating on the beach, I (stress) out over this marketing project. How are you going to enjoy yourself knowing that I am working so hard?
Samantha: I (manage) somehow.
Darren: You're terrible. Can't you take me with you?
Samantha: No. But I (send) you a postcard of a beautiful, white sand beach.
Darren: Great, that (make) me feel much better.
Rewrite the underlined verb forms and use future simple or continuous.
Don't call me at 10 o'clock. I am going to fly to Spain.
I suppose we are going to stay at a hotel next summer.
Come to see me in the afternoon. I work in the garden.
Do you think it is snowing at the weekend?
Is the coat O.K.? - Yes, I am taking it.
This time on Sunday we are going to ski in France.
I don't know if I will stay here. Perhaps I move to a big city one day.
Every student is using a computer in the future.
Complete the sentences with the verbs in brackets and use future simple or continuous.
I can buy it for you. I (shop) in the afternoon anyway.
Is Bill at school? - No, he isn't. I suppose he (come).
I hope Simon (be) there.
Did you remember to invite Mrs. Oates? - Oh, no! I forgot. But I (call) her now.
I'll have a holiday next week. I (not get up) at 6 o'clock as usual.
You are so late! Everybody (work) when you arrive at the office.
Be careful or the cars (knock) you down.
We (move) our house this time tomorrow.
He (play) tennis at 7.30. He usually starts at 7 o'clock. Could you come before that?
Your suitcase is so big. I (take) it for you.
Match the following sentences.
1) 1 I can take you to the airport, a I'll be going that way.
2 If you think it is shorter, b I'll go that way.
2) 1 Shall I say hello to her? a I'll write to her.
2 She should know about it. b I'll be writing to her.
3) 1 Will you go to sleep a when I return?
2 Will you be sleeping b when you return?
4) 1 He won't be here tomorrow. a He'll be signing the new contract.
2 He has no objections. b He'll sign the new contract.
5) 1 You can rely on him. a He will be delivering the letters.
2 You can't wait for him. b He will deliver the letters.
6) 1 Is he late? a I'll drive him to school.
2 I'll talk to him. b I'll be driving him to school.
7) 1 They'll be doing some research a during their stay in London.
8) 2 They'll do some research b if they find a sponsor.
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