Solutions for: App 238 / The Simple Present for planned events in the future (2)

Revise the simple present to talk about planned events in the future!
The simple present tense is 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.
Theo ______ a maths lesson later today.

Solution:
has
Her karate class ______ at 4pm.

Solution:
starts
Dad ______ home at 8 tonight.

Solution:
comes
Katie ______ to her yoga class every Wednesday at 5pm.
Fill the gap with the right form of "go"
Solution:
goes
The school bus ______ at 7am tomorrow.

Solution:
leaves
The train ______ come for another 15 minutes.

Solution:
does not / doesn't
The music class ______ at five in the evenings.

Solution:
commences
Mum ______ you up at 5pm tonight, ok?

Solution:
picks
The plane __________ at 4pm tomorrow.

Solution:
arrives
He __________ until 7pm on weekdays.

Solution:
works
Aaron __________ for tennis camp on Tuesday next week.
Fill the gap with the right form of "leave"
Solution:
leaves
Maddy __________ to "Frankies" tonight with her friends.
Fill the gap with the right form of "go"
Solution:
goes
Marie __________ drama class at 4pm on Tuesdays.
Fill the gap with the right form of "attend"
Solution:
attends
The show ______ next Saturday at 8pm.
Fill the gap with the right form of "be"
Solution:
is