Jorgge Amadeus escreveu:Thank you man. I'm just concerned about the book's answers because it says that number 1 the correct option is "is going to go to" and number 4 the correct one is "will have" without DONE. I thought it weird, that's why asked here. Thanks anyway.
Oh, your book is correct about the first one. I'm sorry about my mistake.
Even though we may hear the sentence Pepe is going to Rio next weekend
in colloquial speech, Pepe is going to go to Rio next weekend
is the grammatically correct one, because we need the main verb after going to
I'm going to talk
to her tomorrow.
He's going to wash
Bruce is going to go
to Lisbon next week.
Sorry about that again.
As for the fourth one I still can't see why Are you sure you will have done your homework before I arrive?