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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.

Future Simple Tense

Future Simple Tense

Future Simple Tense Chart

Going To & Will

Will & Would

Future Simple Tense "going to"

Future Simple Tense Chart "going to"

Future Continuous Tense

Future Continuous Verb Tense

Future Continuous Tense Chart

Present Continuous Tense Used As A Future Tense

Future Perfect Tense

Simple Future Perfect Verb Tense

Simple Future Perfect Tense Chart

Future Perfect Continuous Tense

Future Perfect Continuous Tense

Future Perfect Continuous Tense Chart