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    • 2015/02/25
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How to Use the Simple Future (Will) and 'Be Going To'

 

We use the simple future for:

  1. A decision at the moment of speaking:
    A: 'I'm cold.'
    B: 'I'll close the window.'
  2. Prediction based on opinion:
    I think the Conservatives will win the next election.
  3. A future fact:
    The sun will rise at 7am.
  4. Promises / requests / refusal / willingness:
    I'll help you with your homework.
    Will you give me a hand?
    I will give up smoking!
  5. In the same way as the future continuous, but with state verbs:
    I'll be at the station when you arrive.

'Shall' is used mainly in the forms 'shall I ?' and 'shall we?' in British English. These forms are used when you want to get someone's opinion, especially for offers and suggestions:

  • Shall I open the window? (= do you want me to open the window).
  • Where shall we go tonight? (= what's your opinion?).

We use 'be going to' + infinitive for:

  1. Future plans made before the moment of speaking:
    A: 'We've run out of milk.'
    B: 'I know, I'm going to buy some.'
  2. Prediction based on present evidence:
    Look at those boys playing football! They're going to break the window.

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