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    I am picking him up tomorrow.
    I will pick him up tomorrow.
    I am going to pick him up tomorrow.
    What is the difference among the sentences above?

    Besides, when do we use "is/am/are going to+verb" and "will +verb?"

    Thanks!!! :o

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    I am picking him up tomorrow. arranged and agreed
    I will pick him up tomorrow making an offer now
    I am going to pick him up tomorrow. an intention


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    Quote Originally Posted by tdol
    I am picking him up tomorrow. arranged and agreed
    I will pick him up tomorrow making an offer now
    I am going to pick him up tomorrow. an intention
    So do we say "you will be having an exam on Thursday" instead of "you will have an exam on Thursday?"

    I still can't distinguish the difference between
    Quote Originally Posted by tdol
    I will pick him up tomorrow making an offer now
    I am going to pick him up tomorrow. an intention
    Could you give me an example?

    Thanks a billion! :o

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