Learn English Tenses: FUTURE – “will” or “going to”?
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"going to"instead of
"will"in formal situations.
"going to"in an informal situation, when something is decided.
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why in question 6 I have to use *I’ll* instead of * I’m going to*?
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I’m going to make trains and then probably I’ll drink a glass of juice.
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