Future Simple versus Going to-future 2

Gap-fill exercise

Fill in all the gaps, then press "Check" to check your answers. Use the "Hint" button to get a free letter if an answer is giving you trouble. You can also click on the "[?]" button to get a clue. Note that you will lose points if you ask for hints or clues!




Oh dear. The door is locked and I’ve left my key inside.
Don’t worry. I ... (to open) the door for you.
I’ve got a problem with the translation of this sentence here. Can you help me?
I wouldn’t know how to translate it either. Wait a minute.
I ... (to go and get) a dictionary for you.

Are you still seeing Sabine?
Yes, of course I am. We ... (to spend) our holiday in Italy next summer.

Here is the report you’ve asked.
Is it finished already? That’s fine. I ... (to read) it immediately.
Fill in the correct form of the verb.


1. - It’s Anne’s birthday next Friday.
- Is it? She (to have) a party, I suppose.

2. - Would you like to go to the cinema with me tonight?
- But it’s Arsenal – Manchester United on TV. I (to watch) that match.
Wouldn’t you like to come and watch it with me instead?
- That’s very kind of you. I (to finish) the job here and I (to come) to you at about 8 o’clock. Is that OK?
- Perfect.

3. - Is Ann still in hospital?
-Yes, she is. I (to pay) her a visit tonight.
- Really? I haven’t seen her for a long time myself. Can I come with you?
- No problem. I (to pick) you up.

4. - I (to have) a cup of coffee. How about you?
- Good idea. I (to have) one too.

5. - Can you see my future in the crystal ball? What (to happen) next year?
- You (to meet) a man from the East Coast, perhaps New York or maybe Boston. You (to marry) that mystery man.