Will and going to exercise

January 20, 2013pdf

Complete the following sentences using will or going to. In some cases, either could be used.

1. I feel awful. I think I ……………………………. fall ill.

a) am going to

b) will

c) either could be used here

2. Tonight, I ……………………………. stay up late. I have rented a video.

a) am going to

b) will

c) either could be used here

3. ‘I …………………… help you,’ she said.

a) will

b) am going to

c) either could be used here

4. I completely forgot to send the money. I …………………………. do it now.

a) will

b) am going to

c) either could be used here

5. Look at the sky. It ……………………………… rain now.

a) will

b) is going to

c) either could be used here

6. There is the doorbell. I ……………………………. go.

a) will

b) am going to

c) either could be used here

7. Thanks for your help. I …………………………. never forget this.

a) will

b) am going to

c) either could be used here

8. What are you doing this evening?

a) I am going to wash my hair.

b) I will wash my hair.

c) either could be used here

9. Vanilla or strawberry?

a) I am going to have strawberry, please

b) I will have strawberry, please.

c) either could be used here

Answers

1. I feel awful. I think I am going to fall ill.

2. Tonight I am going to stay up late. I have rented a video.

3. ‘I will help you,’ she said.

4. I completely forgot to send the money. I will do it now.

5. Look at the sky. It is going to rain now.

6. There is the doorbell. I will go.

7. Thanks for your help. I will never forget this.

8. I am going to wash my hair.

9. I will have strawberry, please.

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