Copy Of Gateway B1 Unit 6 Test Standard Grammar

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Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    Complete the dialogue with will or going to.

  • 2. 

    Complete the sentences with these  words- might - ’re going to - ’s going to  - will

  • 3. 

    Complete the conditional sentences with the correct form of the verbs given.

  • 4. 

    A: Hi, Terry. Have you got any plans for the weekend?B: Yes. I  ………………………………………………………………………watchthe football.

    Explanation
    The correct answer is "am going to, 'm going to, m going to."

    In the conversation, Terry is talking about his plans for the weekend. The phrase "am going to" is used to express a future plan or intention. The contraction "'m going to" is also used to express the same meaning. Both phrases indicate that Terry has a plan to watch the football game. The third option "m going to" is incorrect as it is missing the "I" pronoun at the beginning.

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  • 5. 

    A:  …………you…………………………………………………………… seethe Champions League match?B: Yes. Do you want to come?

    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Are you going to, are you going to, are going to, Are going to." This answer correctly fills in the missing words in A's question. The repetition of "are you going to" and "are going to" indicates that A is asking about B's plans to attend the Champions League match.

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  • 6. 

    A: I’d love to. I ……………………………………………………………………… ask mymum if it’s OK.

    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Will, will, 'll". In the given sentence, the speaker is expressing their willingness to do something in the future. The modal verb "will" is used to indicate future tense, and the contraction "'ll" is a shortened form of "will". The repetition of "will" and the addition of "'ll" emphasize the speaker's enthusiasm and eagerness to do the activity.

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  • 7. 

    Great. We ……………………………………………………………………… buy theticketstomorrow morning. I can get you one if you like.

    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Are going to, are going to, 're going to." This is because the sentence is talking about a future action of buying tickets. The verb "to be" is used in the present tense to indicate future plans or intentions. In this case, the subject "we" is followed by the verb "are going to" repeated twice, indicating that the action of buying tickets will happen in the future. Additionally, the contraction "'re" is used as a shortened form of "are" in the last phrase "I can get you one if you like."

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  • 8. 

    OK. I ……………………………………………………………………… call  you this afternoon.

    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Will, will, 'll" because the sentence is indicating that the speaker will call the person in question in the future. "Will" is used to express future tense, and "will" is repeated twice for emphasis. " 'll" is a contraction of "will" and is also used to indicate future action. Therefore, the correct answer is "Will, will, 'll" to convey the intended meaning of the sentence.

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  • 9. 

    They ……………………… be at the café, but I’m really not sure.

    • A.

      Might

    • B.

      ’re going to

    • C.

      ’s going to

    Correct Answer
    A. Might
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "might". This is because the sentence is expressing uncertainty about whether the subject is at the café or not. "Might" is used to indicate a possibility or a chance of something happening, which fits the context of the sentence.

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  • 10. 

    Our teacher ……………………… be 50 next week but he looks younger.

    • A.

      ’s going to

    • B.

      Might

    • C.

      ’re going to

    Correct Answer
    A. ’s going to
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "'s going to". This is because the sentence is talking about the teacher's age in the future, indicating that the teacher will be 50 next week. The phrase "'s going to" is used to express future plans or intentions, making it the most appropriate choice in this context.

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  • 11. 

    They ……………………… win the match. The others can’t win now!

    • A.

      Might

    • B.

      ’re going to

    • C.

      ’s going to

    Correct Answer
    B. ’re going to
    Explanation
    The correct answer is 're going to. This is because the sentence is talking about a future event, specifically winning the match. "Might" implies uncertainty, while "'s going to" is incorrect because it refers to a singular subject, but the sentence is talking about multiple people. Therefore, "'re going to" is the most appropriate answer as it indicates a future action that is certain to happen for the subject mentioned.

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  • 12. 

    We ……………………… go to the concert. We haven’t got tickets but we’re trying to get some.

    • A.

      ’re going to

    • B.

      Might

    • C.

      ’s going to

    Correct Answer
    A. ’re going to
    Explanation
    The correct answer is 're going to. This is because the sentence indicates a future plan or intention to go to the concert. The phrase "haven't got tickets but we're trying to get some" suggests that the speaker is actively working towards attending the concert, indicating a future action. Therefore, the correct form to express this future plan is "we're going to go to the concert."

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  • 13. 

    It ……………………… be hot today. It’s already 20 degrees outside.

    • A.

      's going

    • B.

      ’re going to

    • C.

      ’m going to

    Correct Answer
    A. 's going
    Explanation
    The correct answer is 's going. The sentence is talking about the weather today and the fact that it is already 20 degrees outside suggests that it will be hot today. The contraction "'s" is used to indicate "is" and is followed by the verb "going" to express future intention or prediction.

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  • 14. 

    If we ________(leave) now, we ________ (get) there by lunchtime.

    Correct Answer
    leave
    will get, 'll get
    Explanation
    If we leave now, it implies that the action of leaving will happen in the future. Therefore, the future tense "will get" or the contracted form "'ll get" is used to describe the action of reaching the destination by lunchtime.

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  • 15. 

    If we ________(not get) enough rain this spring, there ________(be) a drought in the summer.

    Correct Answer
    do not get, don't get
    will be, 'll be
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "do not get, don't get, will be, 'll be". The sentence is a conditional statement discussing the possibility of a drought in the summer based on the amount of rain received in the spring. The phrase "do not get" is used to express the negative form of "get" in the present tense. "Don't get" is the contraction form of "do not get". The phrase "will be" is used to express future tense and the phrase "'ll be" is the contraction form of "will be".

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  • 16. 

    I always ________(feel) bad in the morning if I________ (go) to bed late.

    Correct Answer
    feel
    go
    Explanation
    The given sentence is in present tense and uses the present simple form of the verb "feel" to express a habitual action. The word "always" indicates that this feeling occurs regularly. The verb "go" is also in present simple form and is used to describe the action of going to bed late. The sentence suggests that going to bed late consistently leads to feeling bad in the morning.

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  • 17. 

    You ________ (have) a smaller carbon footprint if you ________(stop) driving.

    Correct Answer
    will have, 'll have
    stop
    Explanation
    If you stop driving, you will have a smaller carbon footprint. The use of "will have" indicates a future action or state of having a smaller carbon footprint. The contraction "'ll" is a shortened form of "will" and is used to express future actions or intentions. The word "stop" is the verb that indicates the action of ceasing to drive.

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  • 18. 

    If you________ (not like) it, I________(buy) you a different one.

    Correct Answer
    do not like, don't like
    will buy, 'll buy
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "do not like, don't like, will buy, 'll buy". In the conditional sentence, the phrase "If you do not like it" indicates a hypothetical situation. The verb "do not like" is used in the present tense to express a general dislike. The phrase "I will buy you a different one" is the consequence of the hypothetical situation. The contraction "'ll" is a shortened form of "will" used in informal speech.

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