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Future


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Be going to in Affirmative We form be going to in affirmative putting: SUBJECT + VERB TO BE + GONG TO + VERB IN INFINITIVE. Example: I am going to go to the park tomorrow.


Be going to in Negative We form be going to in negative putting: SUBJECT + VERB TO BE (in negative) + GOING TO + INFINITIVE Example: I am not going to go to the park tomorrow.


Be going to in Interrogative We form be going to in interrogative putting: VERB TO BE + SUBJECT + GOING TO + INFINITIVE Example: Are you going to go to the park tomorrow?


Uses 1. For speak about our plans, proyects and intentions for the future. 2. Always that when we have available information in the present, so we have indications of something is going to happenn an inmediate future.


Will / Won't


Will in Positive We form will in positive putting: SUBJECT + WILL + INFINITIVE Example: I will go to the park next year.


Will in Negative We form the negative of will with: SUBJECT + WON'T OR WILL NOT + INFINITIVE. Example: I won't go to the park next year.


Will in Interrogative We form the interrogative of will putting: WILL + SUBJECT + INFINITIVE. Example: Will you go to the park next year?


Uses 1. In a far future, for express predictions. 2. For express spontaneous decision. 3. For offer to do something for someone.


Differences between Be Going To and Will / Won't • Be going to: Something planned. • Will / Won't : Espontaneous desicion. • Be going to : Near future. • Will / Won't : Far future, predictions.


Let's investigate We use Present Continuous like a Future when it means things that are planned.


Work done by: Cristina, MarĂ­a, Nazareth and Abril.

English future be going to, will and won't  
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