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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #11133: Future or Simple Present ?
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    Future or Simple Present ?

    Speak of the future with the present or future tense, rewriting the whole sentences.

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    1. When (does / will) the last race begin ? ?

    2. The taxi (arrives / will arrive) at 11.30. .

    3. I (will be back / am back) as soon as possible. .

    4. We (are visiting / visit) the National Gallery some time soon.

    5. You (ask / will ask) the secretary for the forms to fill in. .

    6. I (start / will start) a diet after the holidays. .

    7. How (do / will) I switch this off ? ? Where's the notice ?

    8. The end of term tests (is / will be) on the 22nd of June. .

    9. We (have / will have) a biology lesson on Mondays. .

    10. Number 15 bus (won't / doesn't) stop far from the cathedral. .

    11. I (come / will come) for tea. .

    12. Where (do / will) candidates go for the results ? ?

    13. I (play / am playing) the second part next week. .

    14. What time (does / will) the lecture begin ? ?

    15. I (fill / will fill) in the form for you. .

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