Future Forms Quiz
English has a number of future forms. Use 'will do' for promises, reactions at the moment of speaking and predictions.
I'll help you with your homework.
Mr. Smith will win the election.
Use 'be going to do' for events that are planed for the future, or for something that you see is about to happen.
She is going to visit her mother next week.
Be careful! You are going to drop those dishes!
Choose the correct future form to complete the sentences below. Once you have decided on your answer, click on the arrow to check your answer.