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    auxiliar verb future

    good morning. I would like to know how can I form the interrogatives questions in the future using "will". For example, its correct this sentence:
    Will you go swimming tomorrow morning?
    Can I use "swimming" or " to swim" after "will go"? What's the correct form.
    Thanks. Marta

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    Re: auxiliar verb future

    Normally, we would use 'going'.

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