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Will vs. To be going to

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Irene Castro

on 6 September 2012

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Transcript of Will vs. To be going to

Thanks! Will vs.Going to Going to Will planned activities I'm going to make a cake Intentions in the future I'm going to be a star one day spontaneous decisions for promises volunteering
to be
something I will marry you I'll help you The phone is ringing. I´ll get it. Body will
FORM + ? - Body ? - + going to
FORM
Suj + is/am/are + going to + verb + comp. We are going to sing in Paris next year. I will sing = I’ll sing


You will sing = You’ll sing


He will sing = He’ll sing


We will sing = We’ll sing


You will sing = You’ll sing


They will sing = They’ll sing I will not sing = I won’t sing



You will not sing = You won’t sing



He will not sing = He won’t sing



We will not sing = We won’t sing



You will not sing = You won’t sing



They will not sing = They won’t sing Will I sing?

Will you sing?

Will he sing?

Will we sing?

Will you sing?

Will they sing?
Suj + will + infinitive I will swim / I'll swim In American English and especially orally sometimes replaces "going to" for "gonna" First Conditional (will)
Form: If + Simple Present + Simple Future Ex: If she studies, she will pass the exam = She’ll pass the exam if she studies NOTE NOTE I am going to…

You are going to…

He is going to…

We are going to…

You are going to…

They are going to… I’m not going to…

You aren’t going to…

He isn’t going to…

We aren’t going to…

You aren’t going to…

They aren’t going to… Am I going to…?

Are you going to…?

Is he going to…?

Are we going to…?

Are you going to…?

Are they going to…? Ex: We are going to sing in Paris next year = We are gonna sing in Paris next year. Grammatical Forms Use Uses Differences Use
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