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    Questions

    Hi everyone,
    Would you please answer the following questions:

    1. What is the exact difference between "be going to" and "present continuous"?

    2. In gestures, what does "body guide" mean?

    3. In what occasion "Your good health" is used?
    Thanks a lot.

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    Re: Questions

    Going can be used to express the present continuous as in:

    "Things are going well here," or "Where are you going?" "I am going to school."

    In those sentences going keeps the meaning of to go as in make progress or travel.

    Going to + verb (in infinitive form) is used to express the future tense of that verb:

    "It is going to rain this afternoon," or "I am going to drive to school."

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