THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN ‘WILL’ AND ‘BE GOING TO'

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THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN ‘WILL’ AND ‘BE GOING TO’:

THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN ‘WILL’ AND ‘BE GOING TO’ By : misterhadi

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Examples : Mr. Trump will be the next president. Mr. Trump is going to be the next president. Per sija will win the match tomorrow. Pers ija is going to win the match tomorrow. Either ‘will’ or ‘be going to’ for prediction.

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‘ will’ for promises, assumption, condition, opinion, etc.. Examples : I promise, I won’t tell your secret. I’m sure you ’ll like him. I bet Persija will win again tomorrow. If she invites me, I will come.

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Examples : A : I’m really hungry. B : I ’ll make some noodle. A : The phone is ringing. B : I’ ll get it. A : I don’t know how to use it. B : I’ ll show you. A : Oh, my money isn’t enough. B : I’ ll lend you some. ‘ will’ to express a voluntary action.

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Examples : Look at the sky. It’ s going to rain soon. It’s 8.30! You are going to miss the train. Be careful! You are going to spill your coffee. Look at the queue! We are going to miss the show. ‘ be going to’ for prediction based on the present or strong evidence.

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Examples : We are going to make the presentation next week. Are you going to meet Agus tonight? She is not going to sing or dance at the show. Who are you going to invite to the party? ‘ be going to’ for plans or decision made before speaking .

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In yes-no questions, ‘will’ = requests, ‘be going to’ = plans. Compare : Will you clean the kitchen, please? Are you going to clean the kitchen? Will you move the table? Are you going to move the table?

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In wh- questions, ‘will’ = condition, ‘ be going to’ = plans. Compare : What will you do if you meet her? What are you going to do? Who will you invite if you have a big party? Who are you going to invite to your party?

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‘will’ = decisions made when speaking, ‘be going to’ = decisions made before speaking. Compare : A : John called you. B : Ok, I ’ll call him back. A : John called you. B : Yes, I know. I’m going to call him back. A : Linda is in hospital. B : Oh, I don’t know. I’ ll go and visit her. A : Linda is in hospital. B : Yes I know. I’m going to visit her tomorrow.

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