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For questions about the difference between and usage of "will" versus "going to".

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They're effectively equivalent, just as in the "real-world/present tense" versions... 1: "I think this book is going to be your choice." 2: "I think this book will be your choice." You could …
answered Apr 18 '13 by FumbleFingers
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In all of OP's examples except G+H, there's no reason to think either will or be going to is any more likely than the alternative. Nor can I see any particular difference in meaning. G+H is different …
answered Sep 29 '14 by FumbleFingers