WILL’ and ‘GOING TO’
Both ‘will,’ and ‘going to’ refer to a specific time in the future.
You can use ‘will’ to talk about the future when you have decided to do something or for making promises or predictions:
I am so busy, I will not have time for lunch.
The sky is very dark, I think it will rain soon.
My boss will be in later, he never comes in early.
My friend has just been promoted, I think that she will be very successful.
Sit down and I will make you a cup of tea.
I’m sorry I forgot to post that letter, I will do it now.
You can use ‘going to’ to talk about events or things you have planned for the future and your intentions for the future:
I am going to visit my parents tomorrow.
When are you going to get married?
He is going to do his homework tonight.
We are going to London by train next Thursday.
The children are going to bed early tonight because they are very tired.
He is going to remember this day for the rest of his life.
So simply and easy for understanding! Thanks, June.
Thanks you Graciela
Thanks June!!! :) you are a good teacher!! :)
Thanks June! It solves my doubts.
Good Lesson.... I Would Like If you Could Tell Me The Difference Between Still - Yet.... I Need to Be Clear.. thkns....;D
Hello Josii! I am making a note of these questions that I am asked, and I will come back to you. I just want this topic to remain on its own , so that people will know where to look if this is their problem.
I will speak to you soon.
thank you so Much.... i'll wait.... ;)
Thank you for the lesson! All is very clear and simple now! I agree with "Angeles R (31)". You are really a good teacher!
Thanks for the lesson.could you tell me how to use let-on-in,Iwant to know these clearely.