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English Grammar Lesson – Going to and Will for the Future

 

English Grammar Lesson – Going to and Will for the Future

 

Are you confused about expressing the future with going to and will, then this video will be the best grammar lesson to set that difference clear enough.

Both words are used to express the future. That’s why most of English learners and speakers use them interchangeably, and this is a mistake:

  1. “Will” can be used for prediction in remote future.
  2. “Going to” is used for planned future..

Going to and Will Sentences

For all the uses and differences check the following video.

 

 

 

Which one have you been using before? Share your view below..



إشترك في قناتنا على اليوتيوب وتوصل بأحدث الدروس والشروحات أولا بأول
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