I'll do that

English Grammar Tests, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #252 [color=blue]“Dialogue Comprehension (1)”, question 7

Can you walk the dog?

(a) Sure, I love roasting hot dogs.
(b) Yes, I want to go camping.
© I’d like mustard and ketchup on mine, please.
(d) Sure, I’ll do that right now.

English Grammar Tests, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #252 [color=blue]“Dialogue Comprehension (1)”, answer 7

Can you walk the dog? Sure, I’ll do that right now.

Correct answer: (d) Sure, I’ll do that right now.

Your answer was: [color=red]incorrect
Can you walk the dog? Sure, I love roasting hot dogs.
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why we didnt use ?
ı am doing that rıght now.
what is the diffirent between thıs two sentenses.

Because ‘can you…’ indicates that the person isn’t walking the dog yet. They are about to do it.