If you like football, you will surely enjoy this game. Besides, it will help you practise grammar. In this game, you will find ten sentences and you will need to complete them with the right choice: future simple with will or future with going to. Read the sentences carefully and don't get confused with structures. If your answers are correct, you will have the chance to challenge the goalkeeper for a penalty shootout.
Saturday, 2 February 2013
Sunday, 3 June 2012
I'm bringing you a game to test your skill on the use of going to. First, complete the sentences with the right option. If your answer is correct, you will have the chance of shooting the ball to all the baskets. Press the mouse button at the arrow to prepare for shooting and release the button to shoot. Are you going to become an NBA champion or not?
Going to Basketball by Pilar
Going to Basketball by Pilar
Hey there! Today's lesson is about the future with GOING TO. We use GOING TO + a verb in the infinitive form to talk about plans and predictions based on evidence. The chart and the grammar tips below will help you know more about GOING TO, its structure and its uses.
Saturday, 4 February 2012
Would you like to revise future tenses by playing a game? I hope this one will help you. First, let's study the uses of WILL and GOING TO. We use WILL for general statements about the future. Concerning predictions, we use WILL when we don't have evidence that something will happen, when we aren't sure about it. When we make on-the-spot decisions, we also use WILL. Regarding GOING TO, we use it to talk about intentions and plans we had already considered and thought about. We also use GOING TO for predictions when we are sure about something, when we have evidence to prove that something is going to happen.
Study these examples with WILL:
- General statement about the future: The president of the nation will serve the country for four years.
- When we are not certain about the future: I hope you'll visit me one of these days.
- Spontaneous decisions: - My car has just ran out of petrol. - Don't worry, I'll take you home.
Now study these examples with GOING TO:
- When we make a prediction based on evidence: After just one week on stores, public and critis agree, they all love it. That album is going to be a success.
- When we talk about plans and decisions: I've already booked my tickets. I'm going to spend my holiday in Los Angeles.
After revision, here comes the videogame. The Earth is being attacked, you can save it if you answer questions correctly. At the bottom of the screen, you will see the beginning of a sentence and you have to match it to its ending by shooting the right capsule. You must move your mouse quickly to make it on time and to get to the next level. Each stage of the game is more difficult because the capsules will be moving all over the screen. Good luck and good grammar revision!