Will-future Mixed Exercise 4

The will-future (or future simple) is one of the tenses in English to talk about the future. You use this tense to talk about the pure future. This means that it’s used for things that will happen no matter what, so you cannot prevent them from happening. You can also use this tense to talk about spontaneous decisions on the spot.

This is a mixed exercise about forming positive sentences, negative sentences, and questions in the future simple.

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Will-Future Mixed Exercise 4

Complete these sentences by filling in the right form of the verb in the will-future.
(you, to send) me a postcard when you're in Italy?
My grandfather (never, to forget) my birthday.
I am sure Apple (to announce) the new iPhone soon.
If he keeps spending money like that, he (to be) broke in a month.
She (to fail) her math test tomorrow because she did not study enough.
(you, to miss) me when I'm in Spain?
We (to party) until the sun comes up.
Oh no. She has just fainted. (you, to call) a doctor?
The teacher (to be) so mad because we did not do our assignment.
The accountant (to help) me with my finances.

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