Grammar Quiz

[ Future Tenses ]

Can you contrast the future tenses using ‘will’ and ‘going to’?

A. Both ‘will’ and ‘going to’ are used interchangeably for all future actions.

B. The future tense using ‘will’ is for predictions, spontaneous decisions, promises, offers, and threats, while ‘going to’ is for intentions, plans, and predictions based on evidence or current situations.

C. ‘Will’ is used for plans, and ‘going to’ is used for spontaneous decisions.

D. The future tense using ‘will’ is only for promises and offers, while ‘going to’ is for predictions.

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