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I can't go on Sunday.
Interactive Version - In this be going to interactive lesson, students complete a variety of exercises to help them learn how to use be going to for future plans, predictions and intentions. Interactive Version - In this going to or will interactive worksheet, students do an exercise where they practice using be going to for future plans and will for promises, offers, predictions and unplanned decisions. Interactive Version - In this future simple with will interactive worksheet, students complete a range of exercises to learn how to use will for spontaneous decisions, predictions, promises and offers.
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Get more Perfect English Grammar with our courses. Welcome to Perfect English Grammar! I'm Seonaid and I hope you like the website. Please contact me if you have any questions or comments. Will 1: We use the future simple with 'will' to predict the future. It is the basic way we talk about the future in English, and we often use it if there is no reason to use another future tense. We can use it for future facts and for things that are less certain.
The sun will rise at 7am. I think the Conservatives will win the next election. This is sometimes called 'volitional' will.
It's about wanting to do something or not wanting to do something in the future. I'll help you with your homework. Will you give me a hand? I won't go! In a similar way, we often use 'will' when we're talking about a decision at the moment of speaking. We are usually making an offer or promise or talking about something that we want to do.
A: I'm cold. B: I'll close the window. If it doesn't rain, we'll go to the park. Let's arrive early. That will give us time to relax.
Shall 'Shall' is used mainly in the forms 'shall I? These forms are used when you want to get someone's opinion, especially for offers and suggestions. Shall I open the window? Where shall we go tonight?
Be going to 1: We often use 'be going to' to talk about our future intentions and plans. We have usually made our plans before the moment of speaking. A: We've run out of milk. B: I know, I'm going to buy some. Often it's possible to use both 'be going to' and 'will' but it's more common to use 'be going to' if we can see evidence in the present.
Look at those boys playing football! They're going to break the window. The sky is getting darker and darker. It's going to rain. Read more about the different ways of talking about the future here.
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Download this explanation in PDF here. Read about how to make the future simple here. Need more practice? Get more Perfect English Grammar with our courses. Welcome to Perfect English Grammar! I'm Seonaid and I hope you like the website.
Will future simple is used to express future intentions that are decided at the time of speaking spontaneous offers, promises and decisions :. Come on, I' ll help you with those bags. Be going to is used to express future intentions that have already been decided before the time of speaking:. I can't make it on Saturday. I' m going to help my parents around the house. Will future simple is used to make predictions that are based on personal judgement, opinion or intuition:.
Complete the sentences with the verbs below. Use will or to be going to. I'm sure your dad his Christmas present. I think I in Cartagena when I finish school. Rose with her parents because she has to study.
B: Yes. Are you going too? A: What are your plans after you leave university? Task No. Put in the verbs in brackets into the gap.
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