There are three general forms of simple future: WILL GOING TO SHALL
We use will/ won’t for making decisions, offers, promising and predictions. I won’t have the fish, I’ll have the Decisions steak. We’ll take the 6:30 train. I’ll help you with the homework. Offers She’ll wake me up tomorrow. I’ll always love you. Promises I won’t tell anyone, Negative form won’t (will + not) Contracted form ‘ll
We use (be) going to to talk about future plans and predictions. I’m going to work in the USA for three months. (plan) I think it’s going to rain this afternoon. (prediction) Negative form (be) + not+ going to Interrogative (be) + person + going to
We can use both will and going to for predictions, but: Will – when the prediction comes from our own opinion. I will be a millionaire in the future. Going to – when the prediction is based in a fact. The show is going to be expensive. They’re very famous!
We generally use shall in first person (singular – I/ plural – we) when we intend to be formal, and when we offer in questions. Shall I open the window? We shall finish the meeting at 11:00.
Will/ won’t + infinitive You’ll love New York. Predictions, instant I’ll phone her later. decisions, offers and I’ll help you. promises. I’ll pay you back tomorrow.Going to + infinitive I’m going to see Tom Future plans and tonight. predictions. It’s going to rain.