Future Practice 2

There are three possible future forms and the differences are pretty subtle, but the following table should help.

present progressive futurebe going to futurewill future
use for future actions that have already been decided and arrangeduse for future actions that have been decided but haven't been arrangeduse for future actions decided at time of speaking
I'm meeting a friend for dinner tonight.I'm going to see a movie tonight, but I'm not sure which one yet.I'll get the phone.
(you've decided to meet a friend and the arrangements have been made)(you plan on seeing a movie, but the specific arrangements haven't been made yet)(answering the phone is a spontaneous decision at the time the phone rings)
use when making predictions about the future
I think the weather will be nice tomorrow.

Fill in the blanks with the correct future form of the verb given.

1. What would you like to drink? I an apple juice, please. (have)

2. Who to the movie with you? (go)

3. Look how dark the sky is. It . (rain)

4. Let's have a surprise party for Betty and Bob. Okay, and we it at my place. (have)

5. Bob his new job on Monday. (start)

6. I can't see you because I to Spain next weekend. (go)

7. Selina said the she a doctor when she grows up. (be)

8. I a party next weekend. Do you want to come? (have)

9. I can't stand my apartment! I sometime next year. (move out)

10. Hopefully, the summer better next year. (be)