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Will, Be Going To, Would Like To, and Would Rather

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Transcript of Will, Be Going To, Would Like To, and Would Rather

Be Going To
Function : To express a prior plan
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Would Rather
Function : to express specific prefence
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Write three examples of using 'will" !!!
(+) Subject+ Be going to + V1 + O/C
(-) Subject + Be not going to + V1 +O/C
(?) Be + Subject + going to + V1 + O/C

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Would Like To
Definition : Is a polite way to say "I Want". Would like to is followed by an infinitive verb or a noun. Would like is a modal verb, so it doesn't change.
(+) S + would like to + V1 + O/C
S + would like + Noun + O/C
(-) S + would not like to + V1+ O/C
S + would not like + Noun +O/C
(?) Would + S +like to + V1 + O/C?
Would + S + like + Noun + O/C?
(+) Subject + Will + V 1 + Object/Complement
(-) Subject + will not + V1 + Object/Complement
(?) Will + Subject + V1 + Object/Complement

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We use a past tense after would rather when we speak about the actions of other people, even though that action may be in the present or future

Would rather + infinitive verb
If you are talking about your own preference in a specific situation (i.e., what you want to do), or asking someone about his or her preference in a specific situation (i.e., what he or she wants to do), use would rather with an infinitive verb.
Example:
I'd rather stay in tonight.
Would you rather stay in or go out tonight?

Would rather + past tense verb

Use would rather with a past tense verb only when stating your preference about what you want someone else to do in a specific situation, or asking someone about his or her preference about what he or she wants someone else to do in a specific situation.
Example:
I'd rather he stayed in tonight.
I'd rather you didn't.
Would you rather I stayed in or went out tonight?
Will, Be Going To, Would Like To, and Would Rather
Write three sentences of Be Going To !!!

Will
Function : To express willingness or without any plans,to express a promise, and to express a voluntary action
Expressing Intention
Work in pairs. Make a conversation about your holiday by using expressing intention!!!
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