Grammar Quiz

Will or Going to Quiz


A: What are your plans for the summer?

B: I have planned everything. First, I ___________ a holiday for a few weeks. (have) Then ________ a training course. (do)

A. will have / will do

B. am going to have/ am going to do

A: Do you want to go to the park this afternoon?

B: I can’t. I __________________ (visit) my grandparents.

A. will visit

B. am going to visit

Joe has to go to the airport tomorrow. He doesn’t know how to get there. Amy offers to take him.

Amy says: Don’t worry about getting to the airport, Joe. I _________ you. (take)

A. will take

B. am going to take

A: Did you call Lisa?

B: Oh, no. I completely forgot. I ___________ her now. (call)

A. will call

B. am going to call

A: I forgot my wallet. I don’t have any money.

B: Don’t worry. I ___________ you some. (lend)

A. will lend

B. am going to lend you

I think I _________ more from now on.

A. will recycle

B. am going to recycle

A: Why are you filling that bucket with water?

B: I _____________ the car. (wash)

A. will wash

B. ‘m going to wash

You have decided to sell your car. You tell a friend of yours.

You say: I don’t need my car any more. I __________ it (sell).

A. ‘ll sell

B. ‘m going to sell

A: Where are you going? Are you going shopping?

B: Yes, I ___________ some things for dinner tonight. (buy)

A. will buy

B. ‘m going to buy

Look at the dark clouds! It ________soon. (rain)

A. will rain

B. is going to rain

A: What would you like to eat?

B: I ___________ a pizza, please. (have)

A. will have

B. ‘m going to have

Your friend is worried because she has lost her driving licence.

You say: Don’t worry. I’m sure you ___________ it (find).

A. ‘ll find it.

B. ‘re going to find it.


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