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Example of sentences with will and going to

Sentences with will and going to

Both will and going to are auxiliary verbs in English to talk about the future, but they are used in different contexts. The main difference between the two is that the form ‘ will ‘ is used for spontaneous decisions and for things that are believed to happen; instead the form ‘going to’ is used for things that will happen with certainty and decisions already made.

Both ‘will’ and ‘going to’ must be accompanied by a main verb, although the construction is different, let’s see:

  • Sentence construction with ‘will’:

Subject + will + infinitive verb.

  • Sentence construction with ‘gonig to’:

Subject + Verb to be conjugated + going to + verb in infinitive .

In the case of questions, since ‘will’ is an auxiliary verb, it must be said at the beginning of the sentence. Example: will he be alright?

When ‘going to’ is used in questions, the order of only the verb to be changes. Example: are you gonig to eat that?

Will should not be changed when the third person is used, since it is a modal verb, that is, it is not conjugated as ‘do’ or ‘have’. Below you will find sentences with will and going to .

Example sentences with will and going to

  • I will go the park in that moment.
  • Helena is going to buy the house tomorrow.
  • Will be a couching? (Will you be a coach?)
  • Are you going to study today? (Will you study today?)
  • I’m going to prepare some food
  • I will see you later
  • Will he be alright? (You’ll be fine?)
  • Are you gonig to eat that? (Are you going to eat that?)
  • I’m going to read the book tomorrow
  • The boy will go for ice cream
  • That tree is rotten, it’s going to to fall
  • You are goint to go the party tonight? (Are you going to the party tonight?)
  • Will you see tomorrow? (I see you tomorrow?)
  • It’s going to rain later
  • I will prepared next time
  • They are going to eat out tonight

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