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"Be going to" & "Will" to make predictions

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Transcript of "Be going to" & "Will" to make predictions

BE GOING TO
&
WILL

CONCLUSION
MAKING PREDICTIONS
EXAMPLES
AFFIRMATIVE
FORM
When making a general
prediction about the future you can use
"be going to"
or
"will"
to make predictions about the...
YOU CAN USE
NEGATIVE
FORM
LANGUAGE TIP
Nicole is going to Carmen's party this Saturday, but she has an important exam next day.
I'm sure she
's going to
fall asleep
during the exam.
She
will
probably go back home early
and have a nice rest.
Situation #1
Prediction A
Prediction B
Situation #2
Aaron has to finish his homework
from school this weekend.
Prediction A
Prediction B
I bet he
isn't going to
watch any cartoons and play video games.
Maybe he
won't
play soccer with his
friends this weekend.
When you
are 100%
sure
about your prediction.
When you
aren't 100%
sure
about your prediction.
It's common to use
"I'm sure"
and
"I bet"
Probably

is stronger than
maybe
.
You can use
"probably"
and
"maybe"
On the
other hand
What do they have
in common?
These are actions that are about to happen
and,most importantly,
you have an
"evidence"
.
So you say :
She'
s going to
fall
on the floor.
He'
s going to
hit
the ball strongly.
The helicopter
is going to

land on the ground safely.
The sumos
are going to

fight violently.
HOWEVER
When you can see that
the action is happening
now or very soon,
you use
"be going to"

but not "will"
look at these situations!
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