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Make a question in the present continuous and going to:

Mike / clean / his house


1. Is Mike cleaning his house?
2. Is Mike going to clean his house?
He / cook / an omelette / for dinner
1.
2.
Mike / smile at / me
1.
2.
He / run / to catch / the bus
1.
2.
He / wait for / the / bus
1.
2.
Choose which sentence is grammatically correct:
1. a)He's not coming for dinner. (correct)
b)He snot coming for dinner.
2. a)Is your brother play on the same team?
b)Is your brother playing on the same team?
3. a)Luis is siting near the window.
b)Luis is sitting near the window.
4. a)We'ar studying a lot this year.
b)We're studying a lot this year.
5. a)My mother wearing a dress today.
b)My mother is wearing a dress today.
Put the words in order to make present continuous questions:
1.working mother your now is ?
Is your mother working now?
2.laughing why you are me at ?

3.coming lunch they for are ?

4.afternoon doing this what you are ?

5.together flying are you ?

6.making noise that who is ?

Complete each sentence with a verb and the correct form of the verb to be
to make sentences in the present continuous:

washing cooking playing building swimming


snowing having watching coming doing
am w ashing
1.
I can't talk now. I the dishes.

2.
Listen to Jim. He the guitar.
3.
It so we can go skiing.

4.
Look at Jill. She in the river.
5.
They a new house in Fairfield.

6.
Someone . I can smell the food.
7.
Hurry. The bus .

8. They their exercises so they can


lose weight.
9.
I can't answer the phone. I a shower.

10.
Don and Jerry the football on TV.
Choose the correct answer to each question:

1 Why is that man taking the newspaper out of his bag?


It's going to rain.

We're going to be late.

He's going to fall asleep soon.

Because he's going to read it. (correct)

She's going to sell it and buy a bigger one.

2 Look at the leaves on the tree. They're all brown.


It's going to rain.

We're going to be late.

He's going to fall asleep soon.

Because he's going to read it.

They're going to fall off soon.

3 The train is in the station.


I think she's going to answer it.
I think it's going to leave.

He's going to fall asleep soon.

Because he's going to read it.

They're going to fall off soon.

4 John is standing by the bath. The water is running.


I think she's going to answer it.

I think it's going to leave.

I think it's going to land.

I think it's going to crash.

I think he's going to have a bath.

5 Tom looks very tired and he keeps shutting his eyes.


It's going to rain.

We're going to be late.

He's going to fall asleep soon.

It isn't going to rain.

She's going to sell it and buy a bigger one.

6 The zebra is dead. The lion is standing over it.


I think it's going to eat it.

I think it's going to leave.

I think it's going to land.

I think it's going to crash.

I think he's going to have a bath.


7 I like soccer. Manchester United are on the television this
evening.
I think it's going to eat it.

I'm going to watch the match.

I think it's going to land.

I think it's going to crash.

I think he's going to have a bath.

8 The man is walking into the bank with a gun.


I think it's going to eat it.

I'm going to watch the match.

He's going to rob it.

I think it's going to crash.

I think he's going to have a bath.

9 Look at the black sky!


It's going to rain.

He isn't going to get in.

He isn't going to come with us to the club.

It isn't going to rain.

She's going to sell it and buy a bigger one.

10 I can smell the food.


I think it's going to eat it.

I'm going to watch the match.

He's going to rob it.

She's not. She's going to have a baby.


We're going to have lunch in a few minutes.

11 The telephone is ringing. Sally is walking towards it.


I think she's going to answer it.

We're going to be late.

He's going to fall asleep soon.

Because he's going to read it.

They're going to fall off soon.

12 He's driving fast and he's reading a newspaper.


He's going to crash.

I'm going to watch the match.

He's going to rob it.

She's not. She's going to have a baby.

We're going to have lunch in a few minutes.

13 The entrance is very small and the man is very fat.


He's going to crash.

He isn't going to get in.

He's going to rob it.

She's not. She's going to have a baby.

We're going to have lunch in a few minutes.

14 Look at the time!


It's going to rain.

We're going to be late.


He isn't going to come with us to the club.

It isn't going to rain.

She's going to sell it and buy a bigger one.

15 Why do you have that umbrella? Look at the blue sky.


He's going to crash.

He isn't going to get in.

He isn't going to come with us to the club.

It isn't going to rain.

We're going to have lunch in a few minutes.

16 Sally needs a new car. Her present one is too small.


He's going to crash.

He isn't going to get in.

He isn't going to come with us to the club.

We're going to have lunch in a few minutes.

She's going to sell it and buy a bigger one.

Two friends are talking about a party. Choose the correct answer to
complete their conversation:
1.What ____________ this weekend?
a. you are going to do
b. are you going to do (correct)
c. your gonna do

2.My friend Melissa and I __________ a party. Would you like to come?
a. am going to
b. are going to go to
c. go to
3.I'd love to! ______________________?
a. What's it going to be
b. Who's go to be
c. Where's it going to be

4.It is __________ to be at Ruth's house.


a. go
b. going
c. gonna

5.What time _____________________ start?


a. is it going to
b. it's going to
c. it

6.At 10 P.M. ________________ invite?


a. Who are you going to
b. What you're going to
c. When you going to

7.I don't know. I think _______________ anyone.


a. I'm going invite
b. I'm not go invite
c. I'm not going to invite

Write the following sentences in English, decide if it is ‘present


continuous’ or ‘going to’
1.Ahora mismo, Tom esta ecribiendo una carta.
Right now Tom is writing a letter.
2. La semana que viene, yo voy a visitar a mi abuela en Italia.

3. Yo estoy viendo unos amigos despues del colegio.

4. ¡Mira a estos nubes! Va a lluver esta tarde.

5. Yo no voy a ir a la fiesta esta noche.

6. El esta viendo a la tele.

7. ¿Por qué no estas haciendo tus deberes?

8. ¿Tu vas a pintar tu cocina el Viernes?

9. Ella esta leyendo en el jardin.

10. Mis primos van a ir al cine la semana que viene.

11. El esta comiendo con un tenedor.

12. Mi madre esta cortando la carne con un cuchillo.

13. Nosotros vamos a cantar una cancion por nuestra abuela.


14. Mañana mis padres van a comprar unos cuchillos nuevos.

15. Mis hermanos y yo vamos a comer salchichas esta noche.

16. Ella no esta estudiando por su examen


17. ¿Qué vas a hacer esta tarde?

18. Yo voy a ver una partido de futbol el mes que viene.

19. El padre de Tom esta trabajando en Francia este mes.

20. Peter no esta leyendo su libro, esta jugando con su Wii!

Person Pronoun Adjective

1st singular mine my

2nd yours your

3rd (female) hers her

3rd (male) his his

3rd (neutral) its its

1st plural ours our

3rd plural theirs their

Choose the correct possessive adjective to complete each sentence:


1. These grammar books are different. ________ has 278 pages, but
________ has only 275.
A. Yours, mine (correct)

B. Your, my

C. Yours, my

D. Your, mine

2. Jacky has eaten her lunch already, but I'm saving ________ until later.
A. hers

B. her
C. my

D. mine

3. This bird has broken ________ wing.


A. it's

B. its'

C. hers

D. its

4. ________ pencil is broken. Can I borrow ________?


A. Mine, yours

B. Your, mine

C. My, yours

D. Yours, mine

5. ________ computer is a Mac, but ________ is a PC.


A. Your, mine

B. Yours, mine

C. Your, my

D. Yours, my

6. You can't have any chocolate! It's ________!


A. your

B. its

C. her

D. mine

7. My telephone is out of order, but ________ is working.


A. your

B. our

C. his
D. their

8. We gave them ________ telephone number, and they gave us


________.
A. ours, their

B. our, their

C. ours, theirs

D. our, theirs

9. Was ________ grammar book expensive?


A. your

B. yours

C. your's

D. you

10. Jody has lost ________ book.


A. mine

B. her

C. hers

D. theirs

In this exercise, you will change one sentence type into another. You
will change the possessive adjective to a possessive pronoun,

1. Is this your suitcase?


Is this suitcase yours?
2. These are my pens.

3. Are those his shoes?

4. Is this our bus?

5. This is their house.


6. Is this my desk?

7. This is your room.

8. That is your dog.