Future Tenses Mixed Exercise 2

It is not always clear which tense to use when you want to talk about the future. There are different tenses to talk about events in the future and in some cases, there are multiple ways to express the same thing. It all depends on the speaker’s intention so it’s not as strict as with the other tenses; there is more room for interpretation.

You can use one of the following tenses to talk about the future:

For a more general overview of the future tenses, click here.

Future tenses mixed exercise

This is an exercise in which you need to pick the correct tense to talk about the future.

You can find the exercise below:

Future Tenses Mixed Exercise 2

Complete these sentences by filling in the correct future tense.
She (not, to study) languages because she hates it.
What (you, to do) when your phone runs out of battery?
I see many dark clouds forming so it (to start) raining very soon.
That tree doesn't look young and healthy anymore. I guess it (to break) in half sooner or later.
We (to surprise) our teacher at the end of the year.
It's not my turn today so I (not, to make) dinner tonight.
(your friend, to fly) to Spain tomorrow?
No, he (to eat) tapas instead because he hasn't bought a ticket.
I have just bought tickets so we (to visit) Tate Modern Tomorrow.
One of our classmates (to be) 18 tomorrow.

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