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  • Answer the questions carefully after learing your lesson of the day.

! Little tricks: Do not send your answers until you are completely sure of it. !

! You will not be able to connect yourself after that. !

! Take your time and do not hesitate to google new words. !

! Go back to lesson of the day section from time to time. !

   1- Choose  the correct options to complete the sentences.

    1) A: Where’s John?
    B: He’s aboutbound to be late. He always is.
    2) A: Do you think I should remind Tina about her mum’s birthday?
    B: No, I don’t think it’s necessary. She’s boundunlikely to forget.
    3) A: Sorry, are you aboutlikely to go out? Have you got a minute?
    B: Sure, how can I help you?
    4) A: We’d better say goodbye now, as we’re aboutunlikely to see you later.
    B: Yes, it was great meeting you. Have a good trip.
    5) A: Oh no! That was Sue’s favourite glass! What are we going to do?
    B: There’s no point hiding it. She’s likelybound to find out sooner or later.

         2 – Complete the second sentence using the words in bold.

      1) It’ll probably rain this weekend.
        It rain this weekend.
      2) I was sure he’d come back again soon.
        He come back again soon.
      3) I was getting ready to leave the office when the boss walked in.
        I leave the office when the boss walked in.
      4) I didn’t think he was going to find out about the plan.
        I thought he find out about the plan.
      5) Ssh, it’s almost time for the film to start.
        Ssh! The film start.
      6) It doesn’t look as if he’s going to get the job.
        He get the job.

          3 – Match 1 – 6 with A – F to make sentences.

        1) I wasn’t going to call you,
        2) He wasn’t going to have a holiday that summer
        3) They were going to leave for the airport at 5 a.m.,
        4) They weren’t going to take their dog with them
        5) She was going to study fashion and design at university,
        6) You weren’t going to leave

        A - because it hated travelling.
        B - but she failed her exams.
        C - but then Jen said you’d appreciate it if I did.
        D - so they had to get to bed early.
        E - until his father offered to pay for him.
        F - without saying goodbye, were you?

                   4 – Answer these questions using was/were going to.

          1) When you were a child, what did you want to be as an adult?
          2) What were your holiday plans last year? Did everything go to plan?
          3) Have you ever had to change a plan? Why?


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