Grammar for IELTS future simple exercises

Grammar for IELTS future simple exercises

future simple exercisesHave you read the information page on the future simple tense (will / be going to)? Click here to read it before you try the future simple exercises.

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Complete the future simple exercises below with ‘will’ or ‘going to’ to test your knowledge of the future simple.

will: will + (base form of the verb)
(be) going to: be (am, are is) + going to + (base form of the verb)

Example: He __________________ (resign) today as he accepted a new job offer last week.He is going to resign today as he accepted a new job offer last week.

1. “Why don’t you come to my house this evening?”. “Oh, okay. I _______________ (bring) some pizza.”

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will bring

 

2. Look at that driver! He’s on the wrong side of the road and he’s travelling too fast. I’m sure he ______________________ (crash)!

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is going to crash

 

3. By 2014, the global population ______________________ (be) nearly 7 billion.

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will be

 

4. A: we need some more milk. B: I know. I ___________________ (get) some later – it’s on my shopping list.

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am going to get

 

5. He _______________________ (win) the race easily. Look, he’s so far ahead of the others!

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is going to win

 

6. I promise I _______________________ (send) you an email at least once a week while I’m away!

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will send

 

7. I _______________________ (exercise) more regularly from now on. I joined the local gym yesterday.

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am going to exercise

 

8. Future generations _______________________ (live) longer than people do now.

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will live

 

9. I didn’t know he needed a lift. I _____________________ (take) him home if you like.

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will take

 

10. I _____________________ (have) a check up at the dentist tomorrow – I booked the appointment last week.

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am going to have

 

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