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English Grammar 101 (T5): infinitive, gerund, going to, will, prepositions

Pre-intermediate

- Infinitive, gerund

- Going to, will

- Prepositions


1

“_____ a drink?”

“Yes, please. I’ll have an orange juice.”

2

“What _____ at the weekend?”

“I like putting my feet up and relaxing. Sometimes I play tennis.”

3

“_____ your teacher?”

“Yes, she’s very nice.”

4

“What _____ to do in the evening?”

“Why don’t we pop round and see Pat and Peter?”

5

“_____ for walks?”

“What a good idea! It’s so hot today!”

6

“My bag is so heavy.”

“Give it to me. _____ it for you.”

7

I bought some warm boots today because _____ skiing.

8

“Tony’s back from holiday.”

“_____ him a ring.”

9

“What are you doing tonight?”

“We _____ a play at the theatre.”

10

You can tell me your secret. I _____ anyone.

11

“I need to post these letters.”

“I _____ shopping soon. I _____ them for you.”

12

“Now, holidays. Where _____ this year?”

“We don’t know yet.”

13

We’ve decided _____ married in the spring.

14

I hope _____ some money soon.

15

I want _____ a film on TV this evening.

16

Some people like _____ breakfast in bed, but I don’t.

17

I’m looking forward _____ you again soon.

18

I _____ my job soon.

19

This book is full _____ pictures.

20

Julie is married _____ Sam.

21

I don’t agree _____ him.

22

He isn’t good _____ French.

23

My brother is interested _____ math.

24

Look _____ those birds!

25

Are you afraid _____ flying?

26

Wait _____ me in the street.

27

Bill is looking _____ his keys but he can’t find them.

28

Please ask _____ help if you want.

29

Do you work _____ someone special?

30

Can I speak _____ you for a minute?

31

Barbara hopes _____ a lawyer.

32

I’d love ____ with you.

33

She enjoys _____ the news on television.

34

I’m looking forward _____ more free time.

35

Do you want _____ it again?

36

We’re _____ a party next Saturday. Would you like _____?

37

You must see my new flat. ____ round and _____ a drink some time.

38

“I _____ out now, Mum. Bye!”

“OK. Have a good time. What time _____ home?”

39

Hi, Dave. Pete _____ a shower at the moment. I’ll just _____ and tell him.

40

“I feel nervous. I’ve got an exam today.”

“_______________”

41

“I feel really depressed at the moment. Nothing’s going right in my life.”

“_____”

42

“I’m really excited. I’m going on holiday to Australia tomorrow.

“_____”

43

I don’t feel very well. I think I’m getting the flu.

“_____”

44

“I’m cold.”

“I _____ the heating on.”

45

“Can I speak to Marco?”

“Hold on. I _____ him.”

46

“Coffee or tea?”

“I ____ tea, please.”

47

“Has Amy got any plans for the weekend?”

“Yes, she _____ her grandparents.

48

“Alison’s on the phone for you.”

“Can she call back? I ____ a bath.”

49

“I _____ to the supermarket.”

“Oh, ____? I think I _____ with you.”

50

A: Did you get my fax?

B: No, I didn’t.

A: OK, I _____ it again.

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