Future Tense – WILL & GOING TO


Hi there. My name is Ronnie and I’m going to teach you English today we’re going to talk about something that everyone
loves to talk about right now The future right now the way the world
is the future is not looking too bright Is it Never mind all that it doesn’t matter it will come about I’m sure And so we’re going to talk about the
future tense and we can speak about Things that happened in the past things that happened before. Things that are that Happening right now and also things that are going to happen This is when we use the future tense so we actually have two and ways to talk About the future The first one is using “Will” so you can
say tomorrow I will eat Yes. I want to eat I decided tacos So tomorrow I will eat tacos. Maybe you want to talk about your
friends Maybe tomorrow your friend is not going to eat tacos Your friend is going to eat Pasta in
that case we can use She for a girl Or we can use He for men always remember She’s for girl. He’s for boy. She will eat pasta He how about your father what is your
father going to eat tonight? hmm… He’s going to eat hamburgers He’s going to eat hamburgers. Oh! Oh! So I’ve just told you that in the future
tense we can use “will” he Sorry. I will eat tacos and then I said she will eat pasta and then I said he is going to eat hamburgers Are you confused? Don’t worry. If you look at the grammar book it will tell you Different things. I’ve read many grammar books that are all really exciting to And and every grammar book tells a different thing Some people say that “will” is stronger
than “going to”, but in a different grammar book It says that “going to” is
stronger than will So who’s right it doesn’t matter who’s
right What matters is that you know when and how to use them So when we use will with He/She/I/We and They we do not need to change anything These all stay the same I will She will
He will This is where it gets tricky if you want
to use “going to” you have to change this verb Okay. this is the basic to be verb So do you know what the basic to be verb is that we use with “i” Think about it.. I am okay. so we’re going to use “going to” I can say I am going to if you want to
make it shorter You say I’m going to… If we use he which is the boy Or she girl we have to use “is” Okay So now the way to make this one shorter or more natural Does anyone know? we simply say he’s or she’s going to So we said I am, He is or She is We shorten to I’m, He’s or She’s We are going to use “going to” now what about “we” does anyone remember what the to be form Of the verb is we use with “we” It is “Are” We also use Are with They. We
are going to the park. They are going to the park. You’re going to the park to make these one shorter We can change it to “We’re”, “They’re”, And “You’re”. okay. so let’s just add in our future tense By the way this dot..dot..dot.. means you get to fill in whatever you want Ok so We, They, and You ARE cases to “We’re going to” “They’re going to” and “You’re going to” When we use “I”. You’ve to say “I” He’s/She’s going to okay. And the other future tense is “will” now
as I mentioned before every text book Says something different about the
strength and when and why you should use and when Sorry we’re going to all right there’s
one rule and I full don’t like to follow Very many rules myself, but this is one
that I think a little bit handy a good tip We will use “will” and when we do
something very quickly without thinking about it For example if I’m sitting at my house
and my mom my dad my two brothers and My two sisters and I are all home and the
phone rings. Hi Hello I’ll get it!! Okay I didn’t say i’m going to get it That makes it seem like it’s going to
take me a long time Hold on i’m going to get it now You gotta pick that phone up right away. I’ll get it.. Anyone of you who played volleyball When you’re playing volleyball and the
ball is coming at you. you’re not going to say No that’s good i’m gonna get. You say its mine I’ll get it and you get it We use this when there’s a very short
time to think Okay.. so just use “Will” you can remember it when you’re short of thinking time or your decision is made Quickly. So what are you going to do tonight I don’t know what I’m going to do, but it sure will be fun. If you want to check out Your knowledge of going to and will
please check out the website at www Engvid.com – till then I’ll see you later. Bye.

100 thoughts on “Future Tense – WILL & GOING TO”

  1. Thank you for your efforts but there is a problem in translating into Arabic because it is written in another language
    other than Arabic

    I am very sorry if there is a mistake in my writing

  2. Which one is correct between "I will die" or "I'm gonna die" and what is the difference? And also what is the meaning of it.

  3. Hi I have a question. I am sure I will win the contest or I am sure I am going to win the contest . which one is grammatically correct?

  4. Or may be I watched your new videos before it . I think it is an old video at that time you were very smart . Thank you for teaching

  5. Ronnie, what's the difference between future tense"will", "going to go" and present continuous "going to"? I'm a bit confused with the video where you explain the difference between "future" and "present continuous" and this video!! Please, help me!!!

  6. Ronnie, your classes are excellent,
    could you please explain the difference between COULD, WOULD and SHOULD

  7. please, you said "We are going to the park, they are going to the park, you are going to the park" these sentences are in the present continuous tense we add "a noun" after "going to" but we use (am – is – are) + going to + verb for future to make something in the future, or plan to do something in the future. we want to give me a comment about what I said, Please

  8. I really love your lessons cause it is really helpful for me many thinks
    I have a question about : why . Which .where
    Why we can't pronounce the :H: word
    And what is the meaning of
    I saw spring in the spring near the spring???
    Please let me know thanks
    Wish you all the best

  9. Madam sometime there will be use shall in future tense.
    So what is the use of shall, will and going to.
    Please show deference between shall, will and going to.

  10. ( Before watch lesson )
    I hate grammar , future and amircan . But I love rannie so I will watch this lesson

  11. Goddamn it, I'm going to forward your videos to my student for each class' homework. You're a great example of HOW to teach.

  12. although video is helpful but your WINKING and those sounds that you make with your mouth are a great source of trouble…………

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