Complete the sentences with will ('ll) or going to.
1. A: "Hello. I have an appointment with Charlotte King. My name's Rob Taylor."
B: "Please have a seat, Mr Taylor. _______________ Charlotte you're here." (I / tell)
2. "If you go out, take an umbrella. _______________ raining any minute now." (It / start)
3. A: "_______________ you get the meeting room ready?" (We / help)
B: "Thanks. That would be great."
4. A: "Max and I are having dinner at the new Indian restaurant. Do you want to join us?"
B: "Thanks, but I can't. _______________ the new Harrison Ford movie." (I / see)
5. (The phone is ringing) _______________ it? (I / answer)
6. A: "I've just had a call from Bjorn. _______________ late. He's stuck in a traffic jam." (He / be)
7. A: "Why are you turning on the TV?"
B: " _______________ the next host of the Olympic Games." (They / announce)
8. A: "I think there's a mistake on one of the slides in your presentation."
B: "Really? Ok, _______________ . Which one?" (I / have a look)
9. "_______________ at the travel agents' on the way home. _______________ you some holiday
brochures? (I / call in*; I / get)
10. A: "Is Paula feeling better?"
B: "No, but she's phoned the doctor and _______________ him at 4 o'clock." (she / see)
* call in = visit a place or person for a short time, usually while you are going somewhere else.
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