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Grammar test


Grammar test
Could you help me with this question? Congratulations on winning the lottery. What ... you ... with the money? A) are ... doing B) are ... going to do C) will ... do D) do ... do Which answer is correct and which grammar source proves it?

12 Dec 2019      


Did the person just find out this second? or did they know before this conversation?
If they just found out, it�s C. If they knew already and somebody is congratulating them after they had a chance to make plans, it�s B. 

12 Dec 2019     


and it could be A if the person has already collected the money and is spending it and the questioner is seeing them for the first time.

12 Dec 2019     

United States

I agree with Mr. Troy. Without further context, I would say, "What are you going to do with the money?"
Diadora asked for references, so here is what I found: 
Hope it helps.

12 Dec 2019