The future in English
BE GOING TO
VS.
WILL
I AM GOING TO : I HAVE DECIDED TO
DO SOMETHING (FUTURE PLANS).
Today, I am going to drive my
new motorcycle, then I am
goi...
IT IS GOING TO HAPPEN: The situation now
make us believe that.
Look at those black
clouds!
It’s going to rain.
She is preg...
BE GOING TO
• FORM:
– Affirmative: he is going to travel to London
next week
– Negative: I’m not going to celebrate the pa...
WILL
I left the door open. I will close it
right now.
(In the restaurant)
W :What would you like to drink?
I will have a...
I am little hungry.
I think I will have
a sandwich.
I don’t think I will go
out tonight. I am too
tired.
Personal opinion
Don’t worry. I will help you with
your homework.
I will love you forever.
You will be rich
Offers
Promises
Predictions
WILL
• FORM:
– Affirmative: I will (I’ll) buy some milk.
– Negative: She won’t win the lottery.
– Interrogative: Will they...
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  1. 1. The future in English BE GOING TO VS. WILL
  2. 2. I AM GOING TO : I HAVE DECIDED TO DO SOMETHING (FUTURE PLANS). Today, I am going to drive my new motorcycle, then I am going to phone my best friend and finally I am going to read my favourite novel.
  3. 3. IT IS GOING TO HAPPEN: The situation now make us believe that. Look at those black clouds! It’s going to rain. She is pregnant. She is going to have a baby. PREDICTIONS WITH PRESENT EVIDENCE
  4. 4. BE GOING TO • FORM: – Affirmative: he is going to travel to London next week – Negative: I’m not going to celebrate the party – Interrogative: are you going to finish your sandwich? • USE: Future plans and predictions with evidence.
  5. 5. WILL I left the door open. I will close it right now. (In the restaurant) W :What would you like to drink? I will have a cup of coffee, please. Did you call Sue? No, I forgot it. I will call her tonight Decisions at the time of speaking
  6. 6. I am little hungry. I think I will have a sandwich. I don’t think I will go out tonight. I am too tired. Personal opinion
  7. 7. Don’t worry. I will help you with your homework. I will love you forever. You will be rich Offers Promises Predictions
  8. 8. WILL • FORM: – Affirmative: I will (I’ll) buy some milk. – Negative: She won’t win the lottery. – Interrogative: Will they use electric cars? • USE: spontaneous decisions, personal opinions, offers, promises and predictions.

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