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    Help with Future forms and modal verbs

    Hello. I have been solving some test and I'm not sure if my answers are correct. Could you please check
    Here is test about modal
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    and could you please check is everything correct here (future forms )
    A: What are you going to do this weekend?
    B: I donít know yet. Maybe Iíll give Paul a ring and see what he is doing.

    A: Iíll be honest with you Paul. I donít think you are going to pass this exam.
    B: Oh no! What am I going to do?

    A: Is it true that Rachel is going to get married to that awful boyfriend of hers this weekend.
    B: Iím afraid so. And Iím going to the wedding. Iíve got to. Iím her bridesmaid.

    A: Our plain leaves at 6 oíclock on Saturday morning.
    B: Yuk! You will have to wake me up. I can never get up in the morning.

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    Re: Help with Future forms and modal verbs

    A: What are you going to do this weekend?
    B: I donít know yet. Maybe Iíll give Paul a ring and see what he is doing.

    A: Iíll be honest with you, Paul. I donít think you are going to pass this exam.
    B: Oh no! What am I going to do?

    A: Is it true that Rachel is going to get married to that awful boyfriend of hers this weekend?
    B: Iím afraid so. And Iím going to the wedding. Iíve got to. Iím her bridesmaid.

    A: Our plain plane leaves at 6 oíclock (on) Saturday morning.
    B: Yuk! You will have to wake me up. I can never get up in the morning.
    Your grammar forms look fine here. Just note a couple of minor mechanical things.

    Greg

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    Re: Help with Future forms and modal verbs

    Thanks for quick reply
    I need just help with this. I know those are picture, but please just check my withe answer and say are they correct or not, if not please just write correct one.
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    Re: Help with Future forms and modal verbs

    In the first picture, I'd use 'must/may well be driving home' because the word here and the present tense suggest that they at the place where she parks the car.

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