Grade 10 Grammar Lesson 10 Will, shall and going to

When do we use ‘will’?
When do we use ‘shall’?
When do we use ‘going to’?
Can ‘shall’ be used with ‘I and we’?

Grade 10 Grammar Lesson 10 Will, shall and going to (1)

  •  We use the simple future (will do) to talk about future actions especially those over which we have no control.
  • It is also possible to use shall with I/ we. However, will is preferred.
  •  We also use will to express decision we make at the time of speaking.
  •  If the decision or intention was made sometime before the time of speaking, we don’t use will. We use going to inseat.
  •  When we predict something that will happen in the future because there is some evidence now, we use going to.

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