The Future – Differences between going to, present continuous and will

Basically we use to be going to when we intend to do something, we are probably going to do it but we have not confirmed it 100%. I‘m going to watch the match tonight. I‘m going to meet my friends tomorrow. I‘m going to eat pizza tonight. If I now call the pizzeria to book a table for two for 8 o’clock this evening […]

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The Future with going to

The most used future form in English is to be going to + verb. I‘m going to eat pizza tomorrow. They‘re going to play tennis next Saturday. Look at the construction: Subject to be going to base form of verb We are going to have a party next week. She is going to visit her mother tonight. They are going to listen to […]

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