Future Tense: I will, or I am going to?

1. "Where are you going on holiday?" I don't know yet, maybe ________ to India.

Correct! Wrong!

We use "will" to talk facts or things that we believe are true.

When you are making a decision use "will" (use "going to" after the decision has been made).

2. Are you watching the game? It's 5 - 2; they _______ win the match!

Correct! Wrong!

"Going to" is used with predictions.

When you are making a decision use "will" (use "going to" after the decision has been made).

3. I think you _______ like this movie.

Correct! Wrong!

We use "will" to talk facts or things that we believe are true.

When you are making a decision use "will" (use "going to" after the decision has been made).

4. We _______ married next year.

Correct! Wrong!

"Going to" is used with predictions, and when you have already made a decision about something.

5. I can't join you at the party; I _______ away for two weeks.

Correct! Wrong!

We use "will" to talk facts or things that we believe are true.

You _______ Mr Thompson tomorrow at 10.00.

Correct! Wrong!

"Going to" is used with predictions, and when you have already made a decision about something.

Jean is pregnant; ______ have a baby.

Correct! Wrong!

"Going to" is used when something is definitely going to happen.

This exercise looks really hard. I _______ help you.

Correct! Wrong!

We use "will" to talk about facts.

9. Don't forget that we ______ out with Sue and Peter tonight!

Correct! Wrong!

"Going to" is used with for plans that have been made.

10. Look at that beautiful sky! It most certainly _______ rain today.

Correct! Wrong!

"Going to" is used with predictions.