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Future Shaping

Dealing with future forms in English might seem challenging to be dealt with. Let's figure it out peering from all possible corners. πŸ€“πŸ‘©β€πŸ«πŸ”­πŸ”¬πŸ‘οΈβ€πŸ—¨οΈ
Be + going to + verb
Present Continuous /to sign everything what has been previously planned
And 3 of them can easily go in 1 paragraph.
Going to πŸ”₯ ➑️ "Gonna" ➑️one of the most popular expressions in English.
What you gonna do about that???
Are going to come to the party?
Going to πŸ”₯➑️ "Gonna" is one of the most popular expressions in English.
What you gonna do about that???
Are you going to come to the party?
Going to
It is going to rain. We need to hurry! Come on!
Oh, come on, man! It's gonna be fine πŸ˜‰
When to use "be going to"?
βœ”οΈ future plans
βœ”οΈ things we expect to happen
Often confused form because it is everything what comes to our mind when we think of future.
"Will" is something very different. It has NOTHING to do with plans.
It WON'T happen again.
I promise!
When to use "will" then?
βœ”οΈ certain / possible future
βœ”οΈdecisions, offers, promises, warnings
βœ”οΈ on the spot decisions
1. Will you do this for me?
2. A lockdown will last till the end of May.
3. I'll call again later.
πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯ WARNING ❗
Natural English 🌿
We often use "I (don't) think + will ‡️
I don't think I will come.
Definitely *
Probably *
I'll definitely pass my English test.
We'll probably be her favorite students.
Last but not least...
Present Continuous we use for "right now" actions we also use for the future 😲
And it means...
I am presenting my huge English project next week. Keep your fingers crossed πŸ™
What are you doing this weekend? - I'm going to an exhibition.
When to use "Pr Continuous", after all?
βœ”οΈ to talk about things that we have already arranged to do ❗
And that's it! BASTA!
Future form is hard to predict. But it is funny to learn!

 Anastasia Kolosovska

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