Tenses future

IB English B: Tenses future

Think of this structure as a simple statement of fact - as in "the moon will rise tomorrow". But be cautious, since most things about the future are not that certain, and usually involve either guesswork or planning - which brings us to the next structure...The "going to" form of the future tense tends to suggest intention - that you are planning to do something in the future. Now, there is a difference between saying...


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