B1 Going to GrammarShare this 5 (1)B1 Grammar ExerciseWelcome to B1 Going to Grammar exercise. It shows facts and events in the present situation which is when we use be + going to or say when someone has decided to do something.This helps students to learn and practise English grammar at CEF level B1 and the Cambridge Assessment English B1 Preliminary examination.When you are using facts or events in the present situation as evidence for a prediction, you use be + going to.I am going to be late for school. (=I woke up too late.)When you are saying what someone else has decided to do, you use going to.She is going to have a party.Show moreShow lessActivities linked to this topic:B1 Going to GrammarExercises are added on a regular basis, so why not bookmark our site, so you can come back to practice anywhere or at any time of the day.B1 Compound Nouns GrammarB1 Going to GrammarB1 Grammar Exercise: Adjective OrderB1 Grammar Exercise: Linking Adjectives TogetherB1 Adverbs of FrequencyA1 HaveB1 Used toA1 Linking WordsB1 Phrasal VerbsThe more words you encounter and understand, the broader your day-to-day vocabulary will become.Our B1 Word Searches are an excellent way to help to reinforce spellings in your mind.B1 Christmas ExercisesB1 EasterB1 Chinese New YearB1 Environmental IssuesB1 ClothesB1 MetaphorsWord puzzles require not just a good vocabulary and a knack for spelling, but the ability to think logically and strategically, particularly in the case of crossword puzzle.Our B1 Crosswords provide a way to think about how to spell link words correctly to complete the task.B1 Christmas ExercisesB1 EasterB1 Chinese New YearB1 Environmental IssuesB1 ClothesB1 MetaphorsOur hangman puzzles are especially helpful with vocabulary retention for any subject.Therefore, doing puzzles like the ones we have on this website will be useful for you as you try to retain new words in a different language.B1 Communication Word PuzzleB1 Hobbies Word PuzzleB1 Medicine Word PuzzleB1 Health Word PuzzleB1 Food Word PuzzleB1 Technology Word PuzzleAs well as providing practice at this level, we have a large collection of grammar exercises at different levels of English.Grammar Exercise Links:Elementary | Pre-Intermediate | Intermediate | Upper Intermediate | Advanced How useful were these activities? Click on a trophy to rate them! Submit Rating Average rating 5 / 5. Vote count: 1 No votes so far! Be the first to rate this post.