Copia - Future Will & Going to
PAMELA MÉNDEZ MUÑOZ
Created on March 6, 2022
will & going to
Going to Uses
Going to Formula
Use the future with will to talk about an event in the future that you have just decided to do, for predictions and for promises.
- Will they come to the party?
- When will they come t the party?
- Will it cost a lot of money to fix?
- How much will it cost to fix?
- It will not cost a lot of money to fix.
- They will not come to the party.
- It will cost a lot of money to fix.
- They will come to the party.
(Wh-word) Will + Subject + Verb(Simple Form)?
Subject + Will + Not + Verb (Simple Form)
Subject + Will +Verb (Simple Form)
I will help you with dinner.I will try my best.
I will have the burguer and fries.
Will you turn on the lights?study hard or you will fail.
I think I will get a raise this year.
Offer / Promise
I'll Negative She'll Won't He'll It'll You'll They'll We'll
Will you marry me?
We will travel the world.
They won't be cooking tonight.
I will have a coffee and a sandwich, please.
He will not catch her.
Will you buy some bread?
The future with "going to" is used to express events you have already planned in the future and your intentions for the future.
- Why are they going to attend the wedding?
- When is she going to take a nap?
- Are they going to attend the wedding?
- Is she going to take a nap?
- We are not going to attend the wedding.
- She is not going to take a nap.
- We are going to attend the wedding.
- She is tired, so she is going to take a nap.
(Wh-word) "Be" + Subject + Going to + Verb(Simple Fomr)?
Subject + "Be" + Not +Going to + Verb (Simple Form)
Subject + "Be" + Going to +Verb (Simple Form)
There are dark clouds in the sky. I think it is going to rain later today.
You are going to pick up your toys and go to your room
I am going to look for a new place to live next month.
She is not going to pay attention.
Is he going to cry?
The cup is giong to fall.
I am not going to go to the office tomorrow.
The car is going to burst into flames.
Where is she going to put the books?
will vs. going to