Future forms

 

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Use the ‘going to’ future to make predictions based on evidence or to talk about firm   intentions
Use the present continuous to talk about personal arrangements at particular times
Use the ‘will’ future to about things that are likely to happen or to make predictions
Use the present simple to talk about scheduled or timetabled events
Use modal verbs to talk about how possible or how likely something will be

We use ‘will’ to make predictions
 
We also use ‘going to’ to make predictions based on evidence
 
Look at these two predictions:
He’ll lose his business one day.
He’s going to lose his business.
In which sentence:
 - has the speaker seen the business accounts?
 - is the speaker just expressing his/her opinion?

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