Difference between WILL and GOING TO


-Express future actions decided at the moment of speaking.

-Rapid decisions
-Offering help

I think I will buy new clothes.
I will help you.
I will buy a drink.
It will be ok.
I won’t travel by bus.

Used to predict future based on personal opinions or experiences rather than specific evidences. We often use WILL with: I am sure, I am certain, I don’t think, I know etc…

Don’t worry, I am sure you will pass your exam.
I don’t think I will talk to him anymore.


Express future plans decided before the moment of speaking.

-Something that is likely to happen

I am going to be kind.
He is going to start working.
Look at the clouds. It is going to rain.

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