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Prediction: will, would, be going to, shall:

Prediction: will, would, be going to, shall WILL WOULD For predictions It will be cold tomorrow. I won’t finish this before Friday. Who do you think will win? To say what we think is most likely The phone is ringing. That will be Harry. Don’’t call them now, they will be sleeping. For a predictable situation He’ll look better without that scruffy beard. ( I think that he’s going to shave it off.) For a hypothetical situation He’d look better without that scruffy beard. (I don’t think that he’s going to shave it off.)

Prediction: will, would, be going to, shall:

Prediction: will, would, be going to, shall WILL WOULD 4. For a prediction about an event that has already happened at some future time ( will + the perfect) It ‘s no good phoning at midnight. Everyone will have gone to bed. For a prediction about an imaginary past event or situation Life in the Middle Ages was harsh and cruel. You would have hated it. WILL BE GOING TO For predictions based on past experience or knowledge There will be delays because of bad weather. Too much coffee will give you a headache. For predictions based on what we feel or think now Oh, no, I think it’s going to rain. He’s going to get a headache from drinking all that coffee.

Prediction: will, would, be going to, shall:

Prediction: will, would, be going to, shall BE GOING TO For a decision already made We’re going to spend Christmas at home. Paul and Angela are going to get married in May. When something is starting to happen Be careful – you’re going to drop it! Close your eyes. I’m going to give you a big surprise. WAS/WERE GOING TO For past plans I was going to do law, but I changed my mind.

Prediction: will, would, be going to, shall:

Prediction: will, would, be going to, shall SHALL Use shall with I or We in questions when we make offers and suggestions or when we ask for suggestions Shall I close the door? Let’s try again, shall we? Where shall we go for lunch today? To express determination I shall ( or I’ll) finish this if it kills me! We lost a battle, but we shall ( or we’ll ) never give up!

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