Future Time Quiz – MCQ

Future Time Quiz. Welcome to the Future Time Quiz! As a language learner, it is important to understand the different ways of expressing future time in English. There are various verb forms and phrases used to indicate future time, such as “will,” “going to,” “present continuous,” and “future continuous,” each with its own unique meaning and usage. Knowing how to use these different forms can help you to express yourself more accurately and fluently in English.

This quiz will test your knowledge of expressing future time and help you to identify common mistakes in their usage. So, get ready to put your grammar skills to the test and see how well you know your future tenses!

Future Time Quiz

So, let’s get started! Take our Future Time Quiz and challenge yourself to improve your language skills. Good luck!

Note: These questions' source is English Grammar in Use book, so if you get a wrong answer, you will get a hint to revise the units shown after each answer. You can download the book by clicking here.

#1. ‘Anna is in hospital.’ ‘Yes, I know. .............. her this evening.’

If you got a wrong answer, study unit 23 , 20.

#2. That bag looks heavy. ......... you with it.

If you got a wrong answer, study unit 21.

#3. I think the weather ............ nice later.

If you got a wrong answer, study unit 23 , 22.

#4. Don’t worry .............. late tonight.

If you got a wrong answer, study unit 25.

#5. We’re late. The film ............ by the time we get to the cinema.

If you got a wrong answer, study unit 24.

#6. .......... tomorrow, so we can go out somewhere.

#7. I’m tired. ............ to bed now. Goodnight.

If you got a wrong answer, study unit 19.



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