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Hello,

Could you tell me please whether the possible answers in italics are grammatically correct? If not, why? Thank you for responding.

1. In twenty-four hours' time I will relax/will be relaxing/am going to relax on my yacht,
2. It's only a short trip. I'm going to be/will be back in an hour.
3. What will you be doing This Saturday evening? Would you like to go out?
4. What will you be giving Ann for her birthday? Have you decided yet?
5. It's hot in here. I think I'll faint.
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1. In twenty-four hours' time I will relax/will be relaxing/am going to relax on my yacht.
2. It's only a short trip. I'm going to be/will be back in an hour.
3. What will you be doing / are you doing this Saturday evening? Would you like to go out?
4. What will you be giving / are you giving / are you going to give Ann for her birthday? Have you decided yet?
5. It's hot in here. I think I'll faint / I'm going to faint.

most likely and idiomatic (underlined)
also correct
not very good even though grammatically correct
not at all likely though grammatically correct

CJ
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Thank you for repsonding. I have one more question. What about the sentence below?

Sit down and fasten your seat belt. We are taking off/take off/are going to take off in a few minutes.
Sit down and fasten your seat belt. We are taking off/take off/are going to take off in a few minutes.

CJ
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Aspara GusI’d say this is not very good and grammatically incorrect.
I don't think the OP meant "are take off" to be one of the choices.

CJ
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1.will be relaxing

2.will be back

3.

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