Luke and Mary are visiting Dublin. Bill is welcoming them.Fill in the dialogue using Future with Will or Be Going to Future.
Bill: Welcome to Dublin! Why are you here in the middle of autumn?
Luke: We're visiting. I guess you could call us weekend tourists. We wanted to escape our daily routine for a few days, so here we are.
Bill: Where --will you stayare you going to stay?
Luke: We're not sure yet. We --will lookare going to look for a nice hotel. --Will you recommendAre you going to recommend us a place?
Bill: Dublin Central is a good place to stay. They have reasonable prices, cozy rooms and tasty food. I --will driveam going to drive you there, if you want.
Luke: Sure, that sounds great! Thank you.
Bill: What are your plans for this weekend?
Luke: We --will visitare going to visit the city, of course. But only the main tourist attractions, because time is short. On Saturday evening, Mary --will meetis going to meet an old friend of hers. I --will not joinam not going to join them. Instead, I --will spendam going to spend some time in several pubs. I want to try out the locally brewed beers.
Bill: I --will comeam going to come with you and tell you how they are prepared.
Luke: Oh, --will you doare you going to do that for me?
Bill: Gladly! Now let's hurry. It looks like it --will rainis going to rain again.