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English Grammar

Going To & Will

Will is used in the following situations:

1. Sudden Decision - decision made at the time of speaking

  • Yes, I will come next week.
  • I will go to the store later.

2. Opinions

  • Spain will win the game.
  • Do you think Mary will come to work next week?

3. Promises

  • We will come visit you next week.
  • I will come to work early tomorrow.

4. Offers

  • My sister will help you learn English.
  • Will you help me take my dog to the vet?

5. Requests

  • Will you help me cook dinner?
  • My sister will babysit for you next week.

5. Threat

  • I will kill you.
  • The bear will attack you!!

6. Maybe/Certainly

  • I will try to call you next week.
  • We will be at Monday morning.

7. Facts

  • You will have to pay taxes.
  • It will rain during the rainy season.

Going To is used in the following situations:

Planned Events

  • I am going to Mexico in a few days.
  • We are not going to work next week.

Predictions Based On Facts -

  • There is going to be a really big storm in a few hours.
  • The test next week is going to be really hard.

Intentions - informal

  • I am going to be a rich person someday.
  • We are going to pass the test.

Will & Would

Future Simple Verb Tense

Future Simple Verb Tense Chart

Going To & Will

Future Simple Verb Tense "going to"

Future Simple Verb Tense Chart "going to"

Future Continuous Verb Tense

Future Continuous Verb Tense Chart

Simple Future Perfect Verb Tense

Simple Future Perfect Verb Tense Chart

Future Perfect Continuous Verb Tense

Future Perfect Continuous Verb Tense Chart

Present Continuous Verb Tense Used As A Future Tense