- Infinitive, gerund
- Going to, will
“_____ a drink?”
“Yes, please. I’ll have an orange juice.”
Do you like
Are you liking
Would you like
Did you like
“What _____ at the weekend?”
“I like putting my feet up and relaxing. Sometimes I play tennis.”
will you like to do
do you like doing
would you like to do
are you like to do
“_____ your teacher?”
“Yes, she’s very nice.”
Will you like
“What _____ to do in the evening?”
“Why don’t we pop round and see Pat and Peter?”
do you like
would you like
did you like
“_____ for walks?”
“What a good idea! It’s so hot today!”
Are you going to go
Did you like going
Do you like going
Would you like to go
“My bag is so heavy.”
“Give it to me. _____ it for you.”
I’m going to carry
I bought some warm boots today because _____ skiing.
“Tony’s back from holiday.”
“_____ him a ring.”
I’m going give
“What are you doing tonight?”
“We _____ a play at the theatre.”
are going to see
You can tell me your secret. I _____ anyone.
am not going tell
“I need to post these letters.”
“I _____ shopping soon. I _____ them for you.”
will go / will post
am going / will post
am going / am going post
go / am going to post
“Now, holidays. Where _____ this year?”
“We don’t know yet.”
did you go
will you go
do you going
We’ve decided _____ married in the spring.
I hope _____ some money soon.
I want _____ a film on TV this evening.
Some people like _____ breakfast in bed, but I don’t.
I’m looking forward _____ you again soon.
I _____ my job soon.
am thinking of changing
am thinking to change
This book is full _____ pictures.
Julie is married _____ Sam.
I don’t agree _____ him.
He isn’t good _____ French.
My brother is interested _____ math.
Look _____ those birds!
Are you afraid _____ flying?
Wait _____ me in the street.
Bill is looking _____ his keys but he can’t find them.
Please ask _____ help if you want.
Do you work _____ someone special?
Can I speak _____ you for a minute?
Barbara hopes _____ a lawyer.
I’d love ____ with you.
She enjoys _____ the news on television.
I’m looking forward _____ more free time.
Do you want _____ it again?
We’re _____ a party next Saturday. Would you like _____?
have / to go
having / to come
had / to have
having to / had
You must see my new flat. ____ round and _____ a drink some time.
Go / come
Have / come
Go / have
Come / have
“I _____ out now, Mum. Bye!”
“OK. Have a good time. What time _____ home?”
went / did you come
am going / are you coming
go / will you come
am going / do you come
Hi, Dave. Pete _____ a shower at the moment. I’ll just _____ and tell him.
is having / go
had / went
is having / come
will have / will go
“I feel nervous. I’ve got an exam today.”
Cheer up! Things can’t be that bad!
That’s great. Have a good time.
Poor you! That happens to me sometimes.
Good luck! Do your best.
“I feel really depressed at the moment. Nothing’s going right in my life.”
I know. We really need some sunshine, don’t we?
I’m sorry to hear that, but I’m sure he’ll be all right.
That’s good. I’m pleased to hear it.
“I’m really excited. I’m going on holiday to Australia tomorrow.
Why don’t you go home to bed?
I don’t feel very well. I think I’m getting the flu.
I’m sorry to hear that but I’m sure he’ll be all right.
“I _____ the heating on.”
am going to put
will be putting
“Can I speak to Marco?”
“Hold on. I _____ him.”
am going to get
“Coffee or tea?”
“I ____ tea, please.”
am going to have
“Has Amy got any plans for the weekend?”
“Yes, she _____ her grandparents.
is going to visit
“Alison’s on the phone for you.”
“Can she call back? I ____ a bath.”
“I _____ to the supermarket.”
“Oh, ____? I think I _____ with you.”
go / are you / am going to come
will go / will you / will come
am going to go / are you / will come
am going / do you / come
A: Did you get my fax?
B: No, I didn’t.
A: OK, I _____ it again.
am going to send
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