1_I have won a million pounds. I..........a new car. (buy_am buying_am going to buy_will buy).                              2_They.......their grandmother any more. She is dead. (do not visit_are not going to visit_ will not visit_are not visiting) 

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Hi, Wael,

Wael Shaltoot posted:

1_I have won a million pounds. I..........a new car. (buy_am buying_am going to buy_will buy).                           

The expected model answer is 'will buy' to express a quick decision after winning the million pounds. However, in real life, if that was my intention before winning the million pounds, then 'am going to' is also correct.

Wael Shaltoot posted:

 2_They.......their grandmother any more. She is dead. (do not visit_are not going to visit_ will not visit_are not visiting) 

There is more than one correct choice here and they are all possible. 'Don't visit' expresses a present reality. 'Will not visit' expresses a perdition and a future reality. 'Aren't going to' expresses a prediction based on evidence.

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