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    #1

    Any difference?

    I've been told that there would be a slight differece in the meaning, If I said:

    "I'm gonna be doing my homework tomorrow."

    OR

    "I'm going to do my homework tomorrow."

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    #2

    Re: Any difference?

    The first version is ungrammatical.

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