- We use will for predictions about the future (without evidence)
- We use will for decisions made at the time of speaking (in that moment/just then)
- We use will for offers, requests and promises
E.g. I will win the lottery one day.
- We use going to for predictions (with evidence)
- We use going to for plans and intentions
E.g I am going to pass the exam because I found it very easy.
*If it is justified with because/as/since
- We use the present continuous for arrangements in the future (fixed plans)
E.g. I am meeting my girlfriend in the shopping mall at 11:30.
*Specific time. Plans have been made
- We use the future continuous to say what will be in progress at s specific time in the future
E.g. I will be doing the exam at 3 o´clock on Monday
- We use the future perfect to talk about an action that will be completed in the future
E.g. I will have passed my driving test by the 12th of December