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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #75362: Future : will / be going to
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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.


    In the exercise: Complete with will or be going to

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    1. They watch music videos on MTV this afternoon.

    2. We go to the shopping centre to see our favourite rappers.

    3. Wait for me! I go with you.

    4. If you visit the shopping malls, you see the influence of rap on teen style.

    5. I promise I give you your favourite CD.

    6. I think he win the contest next year.

    7. I do my best, I promise.

    8. I love America. I go there next week.

    9. Have you phoned Jim? No, I forgot. I phone him later.

    10. This is my last day at school here. I go back to the Algarve tomorrow.

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