New Year’s Worksheet - Pearson ELT
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New Year's Worksheet
Match the first half of the sentence with the second half to make some
New Year's resolutions.
I'm going to give up
I'm going to join
I'm going to
I think I'll go
Maybe I'll get
I'm going to eat
I'm not going to
smoking this year.
stop eating chocolate.
iv a gym in my town.
vi a new job.
vii on a diet.
`Be going to' or `will'? Choose the correct form.
Why are you writing in your diary?
I'll/I'm going to eat at that new restaurant in town on Friday.
Have you planned your next holiday?
Yes, we'll/we're going to fly to Thailand on Wednesday!
I can't hear the radio.
I'll/I'm going to turn it up for you.
Do you prefer the red or black shoes?
I think the red ones will/are going to look nicer with your new dress.
I plan to be a teacher.
I'll/I'm going to apply for a course as soon as I can.
Sarah telephoned last night.
Will she/Is she going to come to the party on Saturday?
Author: Louise Delahay r?: KPaetiaersJoonneEs.ducation 2010
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