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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #115845: Be going to or present continuous
    > Other English exercises on the same topics: Future | Present [Change theme]
    > Similar tests: - Placement test : grammar for beginners - Two presents: present continuous, present simple - Present simple - Future simple - Modal : may/might - Present simple or continuous - Present simple - Future perfect / Future progressive
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    Be going to or present continuous


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    1. It is absolutely certain. Tomorrow, we (to enter) that house.

    2. I really prepared myself and I'm ready now. I (to meet) Luke at the corner of the street in ten minutes.

    3. We have decided to do it. We (to visit) the Eiffel tower next Wednesday.

    4. I suppose it (to rain) in a couple of days.

    5. I have intended to do it : I (to see) my girlfriend tonight.

    6. Nothing has been forgotten : Jane (to take) Tarzan in London next week.

    7. In ten years, Duncan (to become) the King of Scotland.

    8. Everything has been planned over 100 % : Jennifer (to sing) tonight.

    9. You have intended to do it. You (to wash) your car this evening.

    10. I have been training for years about this. I (to start) the Everest’s ascension next week.









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