Write sentences and questions with will/won’t. Use contractions where you can.
It / be difficult + It’ll be difficult
a. they / win –
b. the meeting / be long ?
c. he / get the job –
d. you / see him at the party ?
e. it / be impossible to park +
2 Complete the sentences with will/won’t (or shall) + a verb.
a. A I can’t open this window. B _____ you?
b. A It’s a secret. B I _____ anyone, I promise.
c. When will I see you again? B I____ youtonight.
d. Can I borrow $50? I_____ you back tomorrow.
e. A It’s my birthday next week. B Don’tworry. I____
1 Listen and fill the gap with a word or phrase.
Dr Muller: So, tell me what did you dream about?
Patient: I was at a party. There were a lot of people.
Dr Muller: What ____ they ____?
Patient: They were ______ and ______.
Dr Muller: Were ____ drinking?
Patient: Yes, I ___ _____ champagne.
Dr Muller: And then what ______?
Patient: Then, suddenly I _____ a garden. There _____a lot of flowers
Dr Muller: flowers, yes… what kind of flowers?
Patient: I ______ really see – it was dark. And I _____ hear music – somebody ____ ______ the violin.
Dr Muller: The violin. Go on.
Patient: And then I ____ an owl, a big owl in a tree…
Dr Muller: How ____ you ____? Were you frightened?
Patient: No, not frightened really, no, but I _____ I felt very cold. Especially my feet- they were freezing. And then I_____.
Dr Muller: Your feet? Mmm, very interesting, very interesting indeed…
Patient: So what _____ it _____, doctor?