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  • What are the different uses between 'will' and

  • 'be going to'?

  • We use 'will' when we make a decision about

  • the future at the moment of speaking.

  • 'What do I want to drink? I think I will have a coffee.'

  • We use 'be going to' when the decision is made

  • before speaking.

  • 'I know what I want!

  • I am going to have a tea.'

  • We can also use 'will' to talk about predictions

  • based on something we expect to happen.

  • 'I will probably be late because

  • the buses are often delayed.'

  • We use 'be going to to' talk about a predictions

  • based on evidence.

  • 'Look at those black clouds! It is going to rain soon.'

  • Right I'm off now!

  • I'm going to buy a coffee.

  • Bye!

What are the different uses between 'will' and

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/10/26
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