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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #24433: Future
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    Future


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    1. Did you remember to book seats? – Oh no, I forgot. I for them right now.

    2. I the 7.30 train tomorrow; I have already bought the ticket.

    3. I the result of my examination in a week or so.

    4. It's all been arranged; we to Las Vegas next summer.

    5. Al Gore says world temperatures during the coming years.

    6. Those clouds are really very dark; it .

    7. Climate specialist: 'After a year of research, we came to the conclusion that the climate to get warmer'.

    8. Justina: 'I've got a headache.' - John: 'I you an aspirin.

    9. As I've already told you, we the football match on TV on Sunday evening.

    10. I'm tired so I for a while.

    11. We dinner at my parents' this weekend, as you already know.

    12. Laura: 'What do you intend to do?' - Justina: 'I the evening at home.

    13. Total Elf is going to drill for oil here. They on Monday.

    14. The baby looks as if he .









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