Exercise 1: future simple with ‘will’

(Practise using the simple future with ‘will’)

Simple future with ‘will’ – matching exercise

Difficulty: rather easy (2 of 5)

Select the suitable counterparts on the right for the statements on the left. Each sentence contains one form of the future simple with ‘will’.

  • Example: “I’d like to buy those shoes, but I haven’t brought enough money. ← I’m sure Mary will lend you some.

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Sorry, I can’t take you to the airport.
I’m getting hungry.
Pete, it’s getting cold.
I’m not parking the car in the garage today.
The phone is ringing.
Which cake would you like to eat?
We will definitely miss the start of the show
Someone is knocking on the door.

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