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    Red face Future tense / She's going to success and she will success

    Hello everyone ,
    I want the know the difference between these two sentences in meaning :
    1- She will success in the exam .
    2- She is going to success in the exam .

    I know that we use ( going to + v ) to express future when we know that something is going to happen .
    and we also use ( will + verb ) to predict a future situation , so what's the difference ?

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    Re: Future tense / She's going to success and she will success

    Welcome to the forums, Nana.

    Change 'success' (noun) to 'succeed' (verb) and both sentences mean the same.

    (Don't leave a space before a full stop or question mark.)

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    Re: Future tense / She's going to success and she will success

    Oh,I see.
    Thanx for answering.
    Last edited by Rover_KE; 29-Mar-2014 at 11:45. Reason: Unnecessary quote deleted.

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    Re: Future tense / She's going to success and she will success

    Quote Originally Posted by Nana9494 View Post
    Oh,I see.
    Thanx for answering.
    Please don't use textspeak/chatlish on the forum. "Thanx" is not a word. Write "Thanks". In addition, remember to put a space after a comma and note that there is no need to write a post at all to say "Thanks". Simply click on the "Thank" button in the bottom left-hand corner of any post you find helpful.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    Re: Future tense / She's going to success and she will success

    You may be interested in this, Nana: Ways of expressing the future in English.

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