字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 In this lesson, we are going to focus on 'will' and 'going to'. 'Will' and 'going to' are both used to talk about the future. Most of the time both are correct, but sometimes the meaning is a little different. In this lesson, we talk about one of these times, and in the next video, we talk about the other. First, when you talk about a plan, use 'going to'. For example: 'I'm going to have a holiday in New York.' 'Here is my ticket.' But if you make a decision now, use 'will'. For example: 'Hmm, that looks good.' 'I'll buy one.' Use 'be going to' for prior plans. Use 'will' for decisions you make now. In Episode 6 of 'Fortune Blue' there are examples of 'will' and 'going to'. In one example, Daniel and Jimmy are talking. So, what are we gonna do? There's no we, Daniel. What does Jimmy say next? Do you think he uses 'will' or 'going to'? Let's see. You are going to leave as quickly as you can, or actually, run. Okay, so let's review this difference between 'will' and 'going to'. First, remember that usually both are okay and the meaning doesn't change. However, use 'going to' when you make a plan before and use 'will' when you make a plan now.