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

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There is no reason to make a sharp distinction between the use of "will" for predictions and "going to" for plans. We use both "will" and "to be going to" for future predictions. Another page on g …
answered Jul 31 '18 by James K
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There is a further use of "be going to": To talk events happening in the future as a consequence of the present state. "It is my birthday, so I'm going to be 30 tomorrow." The pattern developed from …
answered Sep 17 '18 by James K
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As your source says, when we use the present perfect continuous to refer to states that have recently finished we don't use a time word (or phrase). "Bob has been talking on the phone for an hour" ha …
answered May 12 by James K