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    Exclamation "will" and "going to"


    I don't understand when I have to use: "will or going to", future form.
    I've already read some documentation online (same result).
    What is the difference?
    May I ask any example?

    Thanks in advance.

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    Re: "will" and "going to"

    If you've read stuff, but still aren't clear, what's your understanding- that way we'll avoid repeating things.

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