Grade 9 Grammar Lesson 13 Will and be going to

When we are talking about facts. What do we use: ‘will’ or ‘be going to’?
When do we use ‘will’?
When do we use ‘be going to’?

Grade 9 Grammar Lesson 13 Will and be going to (1)

  • Will is used to talk about facts in the future.
  • Be going to is used to express an intention, something that we have already decided to do.
  • Will is used for a future prediction, but be going to is used for a future prediction when we see from the present situation of what is going to happen.

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