Use of English test

The way he drives, he's ____ to have an accident some day.


Fasten your seat belts- the plane's ____ to land.


They're ____ to be late- they're never on time.


I checked with the station- the train is ____ to get in at 7.30.


I had my coat on and was ____ to leave when the phone rang.


She's _____ to retire in the summer when she reaches the age.


He looks angry- I think he's ____ to lose his temper completely.


With such poor sales figures, they're ____ to go bankrupt sooner or later.


The aircraft couldn't take off ____ to the fog.


He was ____ to appear in court last Friday but didn't show up.












Description:

Your task is to feel the difference between "About to, Bound to and Due to "
bound - definition
1something that is bound to happen will almost certainly happen
2 having an obligation to do something because of a law, promise etc
3 feeling that you should do something because you are expected to, or because it is morally right, even if you do not really want to do it
due to - definition
because of something

about-definition
to be going to happen or do something very soon

Discussion

Dorna zarei

very interesting , but I think it would be better if there were variety of different type of questions!=)

4264 days 23 hours 3 minutes ago

simranjeet

thanks

4267 days 28 minutes ago

Kewal Singh

good

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