Vocabulary practice for the Cambridge PET exam
We can use the present simple and the present continuous to talk about the future. Do you know the difference between the two? Look at these sentences and see if you can work out the rules.
The train leaves at 9.00.
John takes his exam next week.
What time do you finish college tonight?
I'm staying in this evening.
I'm going to bed in a minute.
When are you taking your holiday this summer?
Now try the quiz below to check your ideas.
Complete each sentence by choosing the most likely future form:
Read the text below.
For each question choose the best answer to complete the gap.
Practise present simple and continuous future forms by talking about what's happening in your life in the coming week. For example:
I'm seeing my friends this evening.
My English lesson starts at 6.00 on Thursday.
I'm finishing work early on Wednesday.