I was reading an examiner’s comments about an essay written by someone. The essay is about describing the changes that’s going to be happen to a place according to a plan.
In the essay, the writer used “be going to” to describe the changes that is going to happen.
The examiner commented that “going to” is over used, and there could be more variety of language that can express future plans.
I didn’t understand what the comment meant, because I think “going to” is the only appropriate and the form of future which I would use.
Do you have any ideas about what the examiner was meaning?
That’s the future plan which was described by the writer: The examiner commented on the over use of “going to” in this paragraph My question is: What other forms of future we can use in this case other than “going to”?