Going to-future Mixed Exercise 2

The going to-future in English is a way to talk about the future. You usually use this tense to give your opinion about something in the future or when you want to talk about your intentions.

You can find an overview of this tense here. There is a complete overview of when to use this tense, how to form it and there are also examples.

Going to-future exercise

On this page, you have an exercise about forming this tense.

You can find the exercise below:

Going to-future Mixed Exercise 2

Complete these sentences by filling in the right form of the verbs in the going to-future.
1.
Do you have any idea what you (to study)?
2.
I'm pretty sure he (not, to win) the lottery.
3.
When (we, to plan) our honeymoon?
4.
She (not, to get) a Spotify subscription.
5.
(my cousin, to eat) the whole cake by himself?
6.
They (to buy) me a house when I turn 18.
7.
I (not, to book) a city trip any time soon.
8.
Why (you, to ruin) your future by dating him?
9.
I think I (to plant) an oak tree in the garden next week.
10.
My friends told me they (not, to support) my decision to go to Canada.

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