PRE-INTERMEDIATE Test 5


PRE-INTERMEDIATE Test 5

- Infinitive, gerund - Going to, will - Prepositions
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5 thoughts on “PRE-INTERMEDIATE Test 5”

  1. sir,
    In the following sentence option A is correct but here C is given.(if we talk about standard grammar).though in informal opt. C is acceptable
    I’m looking forward _____ you again soon.
    A to see
    B seeing
    C to seeing
    D see

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    • The phrase “look forward to” requires gerund (V + -ing). So, the answers for the 17th and 34th questions are correct. “look forward to doing something” is the only correct usage.

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  2. Sir,
    “What are you doing tonight?” “We _____ a play at the theatre.”
    A saw
    B will see
    C are going to see
    D seeing
    Why not choose option B? Is it correct that “will” is equal
    to “be going to” ?

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