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)

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2. Formation

2.1. Positive

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

2.2. Negative

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

2.3. Questions

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

2.4. Examples:

2.4.1. I am going to play video games

2.4.2. You are not going to drink vodka

2.4.3. Is she going to run today?

3. WILL

3.1. Offers

3.1.1. I will get you a drink

3.2. Promise

3.2.1. I will love you forever.

3.3. Threat

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

3.4. Rapid decision

3.4.1. I will help you clean your car.

3.5. Predictions without evidence

3.5.1. It will rain during 2 weeks

4. will+infinitive

4.1. Long form

4.1.1. I will buy the car

4.1.2. We will cook vegetables

4.2. Contracted form

4.2.1. I'll buy the car

4.2.2. We'll cook vegetables

5. GOING TO

5.1. Future plans

5.1.1. She is going to eat pizza today

5.2. Predictions

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

5.3. Intentions

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

6. Form

6.1. Positive

6.1.1. Sub+will+infinitive verb+complement

6.2. Negative

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

6.3. Questions

6.3.1. Will+sub+infinitive verb+complement

6.4. Examples:

6.4.1. *You will call me tonight

6.4.2. *We won't win the lottery

6.4.3. Will they swim in the lake?

7. going to+ infintive

7.1. Long form

7.1.1. I am going to learn english

7.1.2. She is not going to clean the kitchen

7.2. Contracted form

7.2.1. I'm going to learn english

7.2.2. She isn´t going to clean the kitchen

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