Future tense - GOING TO exercises (with answers)


I'm going to stay at home.

A: I'm going to stay at home tomorrow. Are you going to watch the match tonight?
B: No, we aren't going to be at home.

** We use be going to + infinitive to talk about things we have decided to do or not to do in the future.

** We often use these time expressions when we talk about the future: tonight, tomorrow, next week/month/year, in January, in the summer, on Monday, this week/weekend/month.

1. Complete Matt's plans for the weekend. Use be going to and these verbs: ask, come, have, help, see, stay, take, use, visit.

a) I _____________________in bed on Saturday morning.
b) In the afternoon, I ___________________ my grandparents.
c) I _____________________ a film with my cousins on Saturday night.
d) We _____________________ a pizza in town before the film.
e) My friend Emma ________________________ with us.
f) On Sunday morning, my parents _____________________ us to the beach.
g) On Sunday afternoon, Emma ________________ me with my Business Studies project.
h) We _____________________ my brother's laptop.
i) I __________________ him about it tonight!

2. Complete the sentences. Use be going to and the verbs in brackets.

a) Tom's going to stay in bed on Sunday morning. He ______________ early. (not get up)
b) Lucy's going to meet Charlotte tomorrow, but they_________________ lunch together. (not have)
c) We're going to stay in a hotel. We ________________ with our cousins. (not stay)
d) Jennifer's going to take her skirt back to the shop. She _______________it. (not keep)
e) I'm going to work with animals. I _____________________ in an office. (not work)
f) My parents are going to paint the kitchen, but they __________________my bedroom. (not paint)

3. Write questions. Use be going to.

a) she / stay / with you on Sunday?
b) your friends / have / a party?
c) we / tell / Ryan about Carol?
d) what / you / do / in the summer?
e) Matt / learn / to drive next year?
f) where / they / stay?
g) you / see / Justin tomorrow?
h) he / move / here in September?

4. Complete the conversation. Use be going to and the verbs in brackets.

A: Coralie and Thomas ________________ (to visit) us next weekend. Do you remember them?
B: Yes, I do. What about Pauline? __________________ (she / come), too?
A: No, she _____________. She wants to come in October.
B: What _______________________ (you / do) with them?
A: We _______________ (take) them to London on Saturday. We ______________ (not stay) in a hotel. We __________________ (go) for the day. Would you like to come with us?
B: Oh, yes. Thank you.

Answers

1. Complete Matt's plans for the weekend. Use be going to and these verbs: ask, come, have, help, see, stay, take, use, visit.

a) I'm going to stay in bed on Saturday morning.
b) In the afternoon, I'm going to visit my grandparents.
c) I'm going to see a film with my cousins on Saturday night.
d) We're going to have a pizza in town before the film.
e) My friend Emma's going to come with us.
f) On Sunday morning, my parents are going to take us to the beach.
g) On Sunday afternoon, Emma's going to help me with my Business Studies project.
h) We're going to use my brother's laptop.
i) I'm going to ask him about it tonight!

2. Complete the sentences. Use be going to and the verbs in brackets.

a) Tom's going to stay in bed on Sunday morning. He isn't going to get up early. 
b) Lucy's going to meet Charlotte tomorrow, but they aren't going to have lunch together. 
c) We're going to stay in a hotel. We aren't going to stay  with our cousins. 
d) Jennifer's going to take her skirt back to the shop. She isn't going to keep it. 
e) I'm going to work with animals. I'm not going to work in an office. 
f) My parents are going to paint the kitchen, but they aren't going to paint my bedroom.  

3. Write questions. Use be going to.

a) Is she going to stay with you on Sunday?
b) Are your friends going to have a party?
c) Are we going to tell Ryan about Carol?
d) What are you going to do in the summer?
e) Is Matt going to learn to drive next year?
f) Where are they going to stay?
g) Are you going to see Justin tomorrow?
h) Is he going to move here in September?

4. Complete the conversation. Use be going to and the verbs in brackets.

A: Coralie and Thomas are going to visit us next weekend. Do you remember them?
B: Yes, I do. What about Pauline? Is she going to come, too?
A: No, she isn't . She wants to come in October.
B: What are you going to do with them?
A: We're going to take them to London on Saturday. We aren't going to stay in a hotel. We're going to go for the day. Would you like to come with us?
B: Oh, yes. Thank you.

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