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  • 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 timesand 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 haveholiday 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.

In this lesson, we are going to focus on 'will' and 'going to'.


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How to use will and going to in English (Part 1)

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