This noun is used when we do something
quickly without think about the
consequences of our actions.
There are four fundamental
aspects to take into account.
We can do "will" when say them something quickly
without check the possibilities, like promises.
The short answer may have "will". Example: will
she buy this guitar? R: Yes, she will.
In America, they use "will" for some facts about
future, but the UK's people utilize "shall".
"Will" is a auxiliar modal who is nearly
than "going to".
For be a modal, this is their
Personal pronoun + will + verb + complement.
It can use the contraction 'll, only in
subjects like i, you, we, they, she and it.
Personal pronoun+ will+ NOT+ verb+ complement.
Same to the previously example, the
contraction is "won't" (/aluoúnt/).
Will+ personal pronoun+ verb+ complement+ ?
When we do a question, the "will"
appear as a first modal in the phrase.
Personal pronoun + to be+ going to+ verb+ complement.
Personal pronoun+ to be+ NOT + going to+ verb+ complement.
To be+ personal pronoun + going to+ verb + complement + ?
In spanish (voy a), it says that is something
closer to happen, being with a safety of
Like with "will", there is a contracted
way (and informal too) for both
affirmative, negative and interrogative
form. Also, we can use it when i do a
prediction about seen, not thinking,
felt, or believe.
Informal way: instead to "going to", now is "gonna".
Tomorrow is going to be a good day. -
Tomorrow gonna be a good day.
Prediction: it is going to fall tonight.
Passive voice: she is going to be honored.
It allows to express actions that will happen in a
later period to the currently moment.