Grammar Quiz

[ Future Tenses ]

Differentiate between ‘Going to’ and Present Continuous in the sentence: ‘I am going to the gym now.’

A. ‘Going to’ is used to indicate a planned future action, while Present Continuous is used for actions happening at the moment of speaking.

B. Going to is used for singular subjects, while Present Continuous is for plural subjects.

C. Going to indicates uncertainty, while Present Continuous indicates certainty.

D. Going to is used for past actions, while Present Continuous is for future actions.

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