Description: Explanation of will and going to in English. In this section we will explain the use and formation of will and going to. In addition, we will analyze the conjugation of the simple future and the future planned in English. At the end of the section you will be able to access the exercises of will and going online that we have created so that you can evaluate your knowledge on this topic.
- Prediction: For example: Paul will pass his exams (but he still doesn't know if he will)
- Spontaneous decisions: “Which do you prefer tea or coffee? – I will have a coffee”
- Actions that will happen for sure: I will be 18 next month.
- Afirmative: subject + will + infinitive (without -to) + complements
- Negative: subject + won't + infinitive (without -to) + complements
- Question: Will + subject + infinitive (without -to) + complements?
- The future with "going to" is used when we plan to do something and we know when the action will take place. For example: I am going to go to David’s party this weekend.
- Afirmative: subject + am/is/are + going to + infinitive + complements
- Negative: subject + am/is/are + not + going to + infinitive + complements
- Question: am/is/are + subject + going to + complements?