Are the following phrases correct? If both "will" and "going to" could be used, which one is more natural?
- It's raining. Don't go out. You'll get wet / You are going to get wet
To me both sound fine, but shouldn't "going to" be the more natural one?! Because it's 'something that is going to happen'
- The future situation is uncertain. What do you think it will happen? / What do you think it is going to happen?
Here "will" sounds better, but I think I heard also the phrases: "I tell you what it's going to happen" or "Oh my God, what's going to happen to our jobs now?"
3.A. Joe: Oh, I've just realised I haven't got any money. Ann: Well don't worry I'll lend you some.
But let's say Ann says:
3.B. hmmm... (she thinks for a while, then she decides to lend him some money) ok listen Jim, I'm going to lend you some money for tonight.
Is this one correct too?
- We are going to leave at about 9 o'clock then. / We'll leave at about 9 o'clock then.
I'm clueless about which one is the right one.