What's the difference among "will do", "be doing" and "be going to do"? For example, I will go there/ I am going there/ I am going to go there. What's the difference among these sentences? And I figure out that native speakers use "be doing" for future tense a lot. How to use it correctly? Thank you very much.
Aug 1, 2014 1:57 PM
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i will go there:this will happen in future without having a specific time or this a quick decision I'm going there:I'm on my way to there I'm going to go there: you arrange to go there please check the difference between future with will and going to and work on it :)
August 1, 2014
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