GOING TO VS WILL (Future Tense)

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GOING TO VS WILL (Future Tense) by Mind Map: GOING TO VS WILL (Future Tense)

1. Positive

1.1. Sub+verb to be+going to+infinitive verb

2. Long form

3. Will they swim in the lake?

4. I'm going to learn english

5. We will cook vegetables

5.1. I'll buy the car

6. Contracted form

6.1. We'll cook vegetables

7. She is not going to clean the kitchen

8. They are not going to fail the exam, because they studied

9. I will love you forever.

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11. Formation

11.1. Negative

11.1.1. Sub+verb to be(is, are, am+not+going to+infinitive verb

11.2. Questions

11.2.1. Am/Are/Is+sub+going to+infinitive verb

11.3. Examples:

11.3.1. I am going to play video games

11.3.2. You are not going to drink vodka

12. WILL

12.1. Offers

12.1.1. Predictions without evidence

12.1.1.1. It will rain during 2 weeks

12.2. Threat

12.2.1. If you tell them, I will call you.

12.3. Rapid decision

12.3.1. I will help you clean your car.

12.4. Promise

12.5. I will buy the car

13. will+infinitive

14. GOING TO

14.1. Future plans

14.1.1. She is going to eat pizza today

14.2. Predictions

14.3. Intentions

14.3.1. I am not going to buy a new tv the next weekend

15. Form

15.1. Positive

15.1.1. Sub+will+infinitive verb+complement

15.2. Negative

15.2.1. Sub+won't+infinitive verb+complement

15.3. Questions

15.3.1. I will get you a drink

15.3.2. Will+sub+infinitive verb+complement

15.4. Examples:

15.4.1. *You will call me tonight

15.4.2. *We won't win the lottery

16. going to+ infintive

16.1. Long form

16.1.1. I am going to learn english

16.2. Contracted form

16.3. She isn´t going to clean the kitchen

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17.1. Is she going to run today?

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