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

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Will and going to are both used to indicate future events with a high degree of confidence. They are predictions without caveat. They are stating the future with as much certainty as possible. You can …
answered Apr 8 by SamBC
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There's also "I will watch TV". All the different future tenses that show up in English have differences. Sometimes they are major, like the future perfect, and sometimes they are subtle. Sometimes t …
answered Feb 3 by SamBC