Future with Will or Be going to

By in Grammar on September 2, 2016

Please choose the correct form of the verb either in "Future Simple" or "To Be Going To" according to the meaning of the sentence.

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Form

1. Fill in the blanks with the appropriate word in the correct form.

 

accompany | be | carry | close | come | fit | go | have to | help | loan | talk

 

If you do not keep my secret, I never to you again.

 

This business .  They do not have customers.

 

Don't worry. I you find your student card.

 

That was the last piece of bread we had. I and buy some more.

 

I don't think this shirt you.

 

you with me to the party tomorrow?

 

I you to the station.

 

She probably bored there.

 

They pay for the bills.

 

We realised you don't have the means to fund this project and we decided that we you the money.

 

I'm too tired. you this bag for me?

2. Which is the correct sentence?

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