1. Which is the most natural way of asking about someone’s plans for the evening?
a) Are you doing anything tonight?
b) Will you do anything tonight?
c) Do you do anything tonight?
d) Would you like to do anything tonight?
2. Which is the most natural answer?
a) Sorry, I’m washing my hair.
b) Sorry, I will wash my hair.
c) Sorry, I wash my hair.
d) Sorry, I washed my hair.
3. What does this sentence express? ‘I am working over New Year’.
a) a future possibility
b) a future arrangement
c) a future intention
d) a future prediction
4. Which word correctly completes this statement about the future?
“They’ve announced the release date – the new software ______ be available in January.”
c) is likely to
d) none of the above
5. Which sentence expresses an offer made at the time of speaking?
a) That shopping looks heavy. I’m carrying it for you.
b) That shopping looks heavy. I’m going to carry it for you you.
c) That shopping looks heavy. I will have carried it for you.
d) That shopping looks heavy. I’ll carry it for you.
6. Which is the correct word to complete this sentence about future plans?
“Do you want to come and see a film? We ______ outside the cinema at 7.”
b) will meet
c) ‘re meeting
1) a, 2) a, 3) b, 4) a, 5) d, 6) c.