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    what you will be doing is practicing / practice


    - Basically, what you will be doing is practicing and answering the questions which will prepare you for the text that you will take next week.
    - What you have forgotten is wearing contact lenses last week too.

    I tried to create such sentences. I just wonder if I must put in the first sentence 'practicing' or 'practice' and in the second one 'wearing'. I think that I should use +ing in the first sentence, but I have no idea for the second one.

    Thank you.

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    Re: what you will be doing is practicing / practice

    Your sentences are correct.

    For the second, you could say "What you have forgotten is that you wore contact lenses last week too".
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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