Essential Grammar in Use, 2nd edition, by Raymond Murphy, contains a "Study guide" -- a test that can show you which grammar topics need revision. I believe that my English is at least slightly above what is studied in the book, and I can easily understand which answer is marked correct in this test. However, I just fail to understand why certain answers are wrong.
One of them is this sentence: "There's a good film on TV tonight!", to which one must choose a response:
- I watch it
- I like watching it
- I'm going to watch it
It is very clear why #1 is incorrect, it just makes no sense. #3 is clearly "the" answer. However, I believe that #2 should also be correct. It would mean that I've watched this film many times already, I liked it, and maybe I will watch it today.
I also believe that Raymond Murphy is better at English grammar than I am, so I'd like to know what exactly is wrong with answer number 2.