about : " be going to " etc.

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ivygreen

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Please teach me about "be -ing" and "be going to"
in those sentences below. If there are any different meanings
between "will" and "be going to ", could you explain about that, too?


1: " He is studying tomorrow."


2: ( "He will be studying tomorrow.")

= " He is going to be studying tomorrow."


3: ( "He will have worked tomorrow.")

= " He is going to have worked tomorrow."
 

louhevly

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Please teach me about "be -ing" and "be going to"
in those sentences below. If there are any different meanings
between "will" and "be going to ", could you explain about that, too?


1: " He is studying tomorrow."


2: ( "He will be studying tomorrow.")

= " He is going to be studying tomorrow."


3: ( "He will have worked tomorrow.")

= " He is going to have worked tomorrow."

The future in English is very complex; here are 2 good links to get you started:
Learning English | BBC World Service
ENGLISH PAGE - Verb Tense Tutorial
 

ivygreen

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Dear louhevly,


Thank you very much for teaching me both links.

It helps my understanding a lot.
 
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