what is te differece between "will", 'going to' and -ing...? what is te differece between "will", 'going to' and -ing...? the 3 of them can use for future tense but what is te difference...?? for example : 1) I will go to work tommorrow 2) I am going to work tommorrow 3) I am working tommorrow anyone can tell me the difference between the 3 sentances
Mar 18, 2014 8:13 AM
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Any basic textbook will describe the difference. Anyway, for your examples: "I will go to work tomorrow" (spelling!!) = your intention. "I am going to work tomorrow" = your personal plan "I am working tomorrow" = an arrangement. In this example, it's a commitment. We have about three or four other future forms, so you need to get these basic ones right first.
March 18, 2014
I + will I+am +go+ing u used will with I but with iam u used ing
March 18, 2014
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