Student or Learner
May I have your explanation.
1. It seems to me that you are going to doing the same thing either way.
2. It seem to me that you are going to do the same thing either way.
1. be going to + gerund
2. be going to + V1
What is the difference between 1. and 2. ?
3. How to apply the word 'hence' in a sentence? I looked up in my dictionary, it means
from here; from now, for this reason.
Hence I come. xxx adverb xxx verb
Is this sentence correct?
It means for an academic writing, we had better use be going to + V1 instead of be going to + gerund?
Yes, as Clark has said, the gerund is ungrammatical in any writing.