Solutions for: App 237 / The Simple Present for planned events in the future (1)

Revise the simple present to talk about planned events in the future!
The simple present tense can be used to express future events that are scheduled and arranged and are usually not changed. For example when we use words such as: tomorrow, next day, at 5 o'clock, on the 4th of May or every day we need to use the simple present. Example: We meet our teacher tomorrow at 11.
He __________ tomorrow at 8.

Solution:
comes
We __________ her next Monday.

Solution:
meet
Matthew __________ football training tonight.
Fill the gap with the right form of "have"
Solution:
has
Hurry, the bus __________ in 10 minutes!
Insert the right form of the verb "depart"
Solution:
departs
The match __________ at 5 tonight.

Solution:
starts
My aunt __________ next Tuesday.

Solution:
arrives
The film __________ at 8, please come on time!
Fill the gap with the right form of "begin"
Solution:
begins
The exam __________ on the 14th of May.
Fill the gap with the right form of "be"
Solution:
is
My sister __________ to ballett classes every Wednesday.

Solution:
goes
I __________ a meeting with Mr. Long tomorrow.

Solution:
have
The doors __________ at 6 tonight!

Solution:
open
She __________ her new English course next week Monday.

Solution:
starts
Next Friday at 6pm there [[space]] a disco in the school hall.

Solution:
is
Ruby __________ London later today.
Fill the gap with the right form of "leave"
Solution:
leaves
When __________ biology class begin?

Solution:
does