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Hiromi Takahashi
How difference "will" and "be going to" in the future tense in English?
Jan 30, 2014 7:17 AM
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going to -- intention will -- indefinite
January 30, 2014
Will is used to: show you will volunteer to do something (I'll drive you home.) promises (I'll be back tomorrow.) Be going to is used to: express something the speaker has already planned before the moment of speaking (I'm going to Spain next summer.)
January 30, 2014
Hiromi Takahashi
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