A friend of yours is planning to go on holiday soon. You ask her about her plans.

1. where / go
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2. when / leave
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3. go / alone
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4. travel / by car
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5. where / stay
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Tom : Can you come on Monday evening?
You : Sorry, but ____________________________
Tom : What about Tuesday evening then?

Which is correct?
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You : I’m afraid not. ________________________
Put the verb into more suitable form, present continuous or present simple.

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I’m too tired to walk home. I think ____________________ a taxi.
“It’s cold in this room.” “Is it? ____________________ on the heating then.”
“Bye! Have a nice holiday!” “Thanks. ____________________ you a postcard.”
“Shall I do the washing-up? “No, it’s all right. ____________________ it later.”
“I don’t know how to shut down this computer.” “OK. ________________ you.”
“Would you like tea or coffee?” “____________________ coffee, please.”
“Are you coming with us?” “No, I think ____________________ here.”
Thanks for lending me the money. _______________ it back as soon as possible.
“I know you’re busy, but can you finish this report this afternoon?”
“Well, ____________________, but I can’t promise.”

Tom : And Wednesday evening?
Tom : Well, are you free on Thursday?

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You : No, not Tuesday. I ___________________
You : ________________________________________

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Complete the sentences with I’ll + a suitable word.

(I / go) ___________________ to the cinema this evening.
(the film / start) ___________________ at 3.30 or 4.30?
(we / have) ___________________ a party next Saturday. Would you like to
come?
The art exhibition (finish) ___________________ on 3 May.
(I / not / go) ___________________ out this evening. (I / stay) ____________
at home.
(you / do) ___________________ anything tomorrow morning?
(we / go) ___________________ to a concert tonight. (it / start) ___________
at 7.30.
(I / leave) ______________ now. I’ve come to say goodbye.
Have you seen Liz recently?
No, but (we / meet) ___________________ for lunch next week.
You are on the train to London and you ask another passenger:
Excuse me. What time (this train / get) ___________________ to London?
Helen, (I / go) ___________________ to the supermarket.
(you / come) ___________________ with me?
You and a friend are watching television. You say:
I’m bored with this programme. What time (it / end) ___________________ ?
(I / not / use) ___________________ the car this evening, so you can have it.

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“Did you phone Lucy?”
“Oh no, I forgot. (I phone / I’ll phone) her now.
I can’t meet you tomorrow. (I’m playing / I’ll play) tennis.
(I meet / I’ll meet) you outside the hotel in half an hour, OK?
“I need some money.”
“OK, (I’m lending / I’ll lend) you some. How much do you need?”
(I’m having / I’ll have) a party next Saturday. I hope you can come.
“Remember to get a newspaper when you go out.”
“OK, (I don’t forget / I won’t forget).”
What time (does your train leave / will your train leave) tomorrow?
“(Are you doing / Will you do) anything tomorrow evening?”
“No, I’m free. Why?”
I don’t want to go out alone. (Do you come / Will you come) with me?

Read the situations and write sentences with I think I'll ... or I don't think I'll ...
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lt's a bit cold. The window is open and you decide to close it. You say:
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You are feeling tired and it's getting late. You decide to go to bed. You say:
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A friend of yours offers you a lift in his car, but you decide to walk. You say:
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You were going to have lunch. Now you decide that you don't want to eat
anything. You say:
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You planned to go swimming. Now you decide that you don't want to go.
You say:
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