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Practice 10


Listen to the dialogue. Then practise with a partner. a

A: Are you going to ride a bike tomorrow? B: No, I’m not going to ride a bike tomorrow. I’m going to ride a motorbike. you / ride a bike / ride a motorbike / tomorrow



Julia / buy a new shirt / buy a new dress / on Friday



you / talk on the phone / chat on MSN / tonight


Michelle and Allan / watch TV / see a film / on Saturday

your dad / cook lunch / cook dinner / tomorrow

Match the pictures to the words. a ballpoint pens b glue c erasers d stapler e pencils f scissors g coloured pencils h highlighters i scotch tape (US) / sellotape (UK) j felt tip pens

Where are we going to meet?

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 harles is feeling ill today. He is staying at home and resting in bed. What is / isn’t C  he going to do today? Complete the sentences below. Follow the model. a play soccer – no He isn’t going to play soccer

with his friends.

b swim – no at the sports centre.

c listen to his MP3 – yes

all day long.

d phone his friends – yes

many times.

e attend classes – no

for a couple of days.


In groups of four or five decide what kind of group assignment you are going to do. Complete the chart below and inform the rest of the class about your decisions.

Topic of your assignment: (suggest one) (What topic are you going to investigate? Type of presentation: (choose one) (How are you going to present it?)

Oral presentation / Written report / Poster presentation

Meeting place for group discussion: (Where are you going to meet?) Materials needed: (What items are you going to use?) Date and time: (When are you going to present it?/ At what time?)

Example: W  e’re going to investigate the life and habitat of dolphins. It’s going to be a poster presentation. We’re going to use ………., but we aren’t going to use any ……etc.

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Name 1

Class Unscramble the sentences. a to make / She / a brochure / going / about the museum / is /. b going / to watch / tomorrow / the children / Are / the street parade / ? c to bring / going / George / is / his lunch box / not / to school / . d not / going / am / to ride / Frank’s motorbike / I / .


Look at the pictures and answer the questions. Follow the model. a Is Charles going to watch TV in his bedroom? No, he isn’t. He’s going to watch TV in the living room.

b Is Hillary going to read a book?

c Are the boys going to play soccer?

d Is the little boy going to play baseball?

e Is the man going to buy some books?

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Complete the crossword using the names of the items in the pictures. a








g c




f d



Choose two words from exercise 3 and make an affirmative and a negative sentence using going to future.


Read the text and then answer the questions.

The Importance of Going on School Field Trips School field trips represent much more than just a day outside school. They can be highly educational because students can learn more about the topics they are studying. They can learn to observe, make notes and analyse information. But school field trips can offer much more than that. Students can also learn how to behave in public and socialise. They can also learn to repect the limits set by the teacher and value the importance of nature and the environment. How often does your class go on a field trip? a Give three reasons why field trips can help students a lot. b Do you think these reasons are valid? Why? Why not? c Answer the last question in the text. 82


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grammar bank 2 A

Going to n We use going to: • to talk about things we have decided to do in the future: A: What are you going to do tomorrow? B: I’m going to visit some museums in town. A: Are you going to take a bus to the city centre? B: No, I’ m going to take a taxi. • to predict the future, using information we know now (evidence): Look at those dark clouds! It’s going to rain. Look at the time! It’s almost five. Sheila is not going to be here on time.

Be going + to + infinitive It We He

is are isn’t


rain. study for the Maths exam. come to our party.


Note that we can use the short form of be: Affirmative





going to see a film.


‘m not

going to tell the truth.

You We They


going to travel to Madrid.

You We They

‘re not aren’t

going to tidy up the room.

He She It


going to take her dad to the airport.

He She It

‘s not isn’t

going to make the beds.

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Read the dialogue and fill in the blanks with an appropriate form of going to. Use the verbs in brackets. Donald: Look! That was the last bus today. What

(you, do) now?

You don’t have a long way back home, Jake, do you? Jake: N  ot really. I think

(walk) then.

Donald: Look at those black clouds! It

(rain) any minute now.

Jake: Y  ou’re right, Donald. I think Donald: Good idea! But

(I, take) a taxi instead. (we, share) it?

Jake: O  f course, Donald. What

(you, do) when you get home?

Donald: Um… Let me see. I think

(I, watch) the news on TV.

Are you going to watch TV as well, Jake? Jake: N  o, I’m not.

(I, drink) some tea and read a book by the



What is going to happen? Match the sentences in the first set with the ones in the second set below. a Steve has his tennis rackets with him. b My father is in the kitchen. c Look at those black clouds. d Lyn and Doug are at the supermarket. e My aunt is getting her credit card out of her bag. f Andrew is studying medicine. g Be careful! You’re going to drop those books. He’s going to play tennis. He’s going to be a doctor. It’s going to rain. She’s going to pay the bill. They’re going to buy something for dinner. He’s going to make dinner.

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Circle the correct form of the verb. a Sandra and Paul usually are getting / get home at 7:30. b I can’t play now. I’m doing / I do my homework. c ‘Is your mum at home?’  ‘No, she’s working / she works.’ d I’m living / I live with a friend for a while. e Susie always watches / is watching TV in the evenings.


Write sentences following the cues given in brackets. a I / play baseball / tomorrow. (negative) I’m not going to play baseball tomorrow. b Ruth and Dayton / make / Thanksgiving dinner / tomorrow evening? (interrogative) c Earl / take Donna to the movies / tonight? (interrogative) d Thomas and Sarah / get married / in August. (negative)


Fill in the blanks with one of the expressions from the box. I’m going to travel    aren’t going to buy    doesn’t like    Is he going aren’t    does    is going to move    are not going to visit a Debra b When I grow up,

around the world.

c We

our grandmother tomorrow.

d Joe

dogs. He prefers cats.

e Ted usually f We g h Sheila and Jack


to Italy in July.

his homework in the afternoon. any hamburgers. We have many in the fridge. to be here on time, do you think? going to travel by bus today.

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