Solutions for: App 326 / Will Future (2)

Practise using the will future with us!
When do you use it?
To talk about an event in the future.
How do you use it?
Put "will" in front of the infinitive form of the verb.
For example: I will play tennis tomorrow. OR use the contracted form: She'll phone next week.
Negations: Put "not" in between will and the verb. I will not come tomorrow. OR use "won't" - I won't come tomorrow.
Questions: Will she arrive by six?
My teacher ______ give us no homework this week.

Solution:
will
__________ go to the sports stadium on Sunday, do you want to come?

Solution:
I'll
We __________ be able to come to your party on Saturday, sorry!

Solution:
won't
______ travel to Australia to visit my aunt and uncle in the holidays.

Solution:
She'll
______ you do me a favour, please?

Solution:
Will
__________ learn Spanish as a second foreign language next year.

Solution:
We'll
__________ loose that game, for sure!

Solution:
He'll
______ it rain on the weekend?

Solution:
Will
Ben ______ buy his new guitar on Saturday. He is so happy!

Solution:
will
No, she __________ play next summer because of her injury.
Use a negation!
Solution:
won't
______ your sister play at the national tournament next summer?

Solution:
Will
I __________ be able to attend training this evening, sorry.

Solution:
won't
Our exchange students, Tina and Lara, __________ arrive next month.

Solution:
will
It's a pity but they __________ be able to stay for a whole month after all, only for two weeks.

Solution:
won't