Future Simple Quiz

Affirmative: 'Will' and 'Be Going To'

Level: Pre-intermediate 

This Future Simple Quiz will test you on using both Will and Be Going To to create the future simple affirmative tense. 

Affirmative means making positive statements.

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Future Simple Tense Quiz

Will & Be Going To

Instructions
Fill in the blanks with the future simple tense forms of the verbs in brackets to make affirmative sentences.

Important: For questions 1-5 use ‘will’, and for questions 6-10 use ‘going to’.

Note: don't leave a gap after the last word you write in. We often use contractions when using 'will' and 'be' (I'll / I'm). However, for this quiz use the full forms of the words.
  1. I am sure that she
    (meet) a lot of new people in London.
  2. If Sara studies hard, she
    (pass) the exam.
  3. If it rains, I
    (get) a taxi.
  4. I
    (call) you to let you know about my decision.
  5. You
    (be) happy to hear the news.
  6. My brother’s birthday is next week, so I
    (buy) him a present this weekend.
  7. She
    (travel) abroad next month.
  8. Passing all the exams
    (be) a big problem.
  9. John’s parents
    (watch) his daughter tomorrow.
  10. We
    (finish) our presentation tonight.
Your Result is (1/10)

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