'will', 'be going to' and present continuous
Do you know the difference between I will and I am going to? What about the present continuous? Take this lesson to master these skills.
Will is used when discussing spontaneous plans that are decided in the moment.
I‘ll go grab a coffee before I go to work.
I think I‘ll just stay in tonight.
We use going to when we are talking about something in the future that was already planned.
I‘m going to the concert next week. Are you?
He‘s going to marry her next year!
We use the future continuous when all the details of the plans are known.
I’m meeting on Sunday at the bar.
We’re working all night tonight, want to join?