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Future : will / be going to
WILL + infinitive without to
We use will + infinitive without to:
- to make a prediction about the distant, uncertain future;
He will become a great engineer.
- to offer our help to somebody or to make a promise;
We will help you with your schoolwork.
- to make a request;
Will you lend me your laptop ?
- with will, we often use I think, I believe, I hope, I promise, I know ...
BE GOING TO + infinitive without to
We use be going to to express:
- an intention;
We are going to buy a new car.
- a prediction based on something we can observe.
It's warmer today. It is going to rain tomorrow.
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