Underline the future form which is more appropriate.
A. Hello, Henry. How are you?
B. Fine. And you?
A. Not so bad, thanks. I'm ringing to try to arrange a meeting with you, (a) I'll be coming/ I'm
coming/ I come to London next Wednesday to see some customers, (b) I'm going to see /
I'll see / I'm seeing them in the morning, (c) Will you be / are you / are you going to be
free any time in the afternoon?
B. (d) I won't be / I'm not / I'm not going to be in London, I'm afraid, (e) I'll /I'm going / I'll
be going abroad for a few days on business.
A. Oh, where (f) do you go / will you go / are you going?
B. To Germany. I have a meeting in Bonn. My company (g) will open / opens / is opening a
new office there next year.
A. Mmm. Sounds exciting. When (h) do you go / are you going / will you go?
B. On Monday evening, and (i) I'm not back /I won't be back / I'm not going to be back
until Thursday morning.
A. Oh, well. I could stay overnight and see you then. What time (j) is your plane getting in /
does your plane get in / will your plane get in?
B. 10.40, so if I get a taxi, (k) I'll be /I am /I could be in my office at 12.00.
A. On second thoughts, don't do that. (l) I'll see / I'll be seeing / I'm going to see you at the
airport. We can talk there. (m) We finish / we've finishing / we'll have finished by 2.00,
probably, so then we can find something to eat and I
can get the 3.00 shuttle back to
Manchester. How does that sound?
B. Fine. We'll sort it all out then. Thanks for ringing. Bye.
A. Cheerio, (n) I see you / I'll be seeing you / I'll see you on Thursday. Have a good trip.
Complete the three telephone conversations. Use the phrases from the box.
1. No, it isn't. I'll just get her.
2. Can I take a message?
3. Great! See you on Sunday at ten. Bye!
4. Never mind. Perhaps next time. Bye!
5. This is Jo speaking.
6. I'll ring back later.
7. I'm having a party on Saturday. Can you come?
8. Can I speak to the manager, please?
A. Hello. 276694.
B. Hello. Can I speak to Jo, please?
B. Oh! Hi, Jo. This is Pat. I'm just ringing to
check that Sunday is still OK for tennis.
A. Yes. That's fine.
A. Hello. Chesswood 4576.
B. Hello. Is that Liz?
C. Hello. Liz here.
B. Hi, Liz. It's Tom. Listen! ________?
C. Oh sorry, Tom. I can't. I'm going to my
A. Hello. Barclays Bank, Chesswood.
B. Hello. ________?
A. Hold on. I'll put you through ... I'm afraid
Mr. Smith isn't in his office. ________?
B. Don't worry. ________.
A. All right. Goodbye.
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