Future with Will or Be going to

By in Grammar on September 2, 2016

Please choose the correct form of the verb either in "Future Simple" or "To Be Going To" according to the meaning of the sentence.

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Use

1. Simple future is used to express requests.

2. We use the future simple to express fixed decisions, opinions and hopes.

3. Simple future is used to express threats.

4. Simple future is used to express predictions based on opinions.

5. Be going to is used to express predictions based on evidence about the near future.

6. Simple future is used to express promises.

7. Simple future (will) and be going to are two forms of the future tense, which have the same meanings and forms.

8. Be going to is used to express decision made before the moment of speaking, already planned events or activities.

9. Simple future is used to express sentences containing the adverbs probably, certainly, perhaps.

10. Simple future is used to express invitations.

11. Simple future is used to express decisions made while speaking.

12. Simple future is used to express needs/duties/future events.

13. Simple future is used to express offers.