THERE IS A FINE DISTINCTION BETWEEN GOING TO AND WILL.
WILL IS USED –
1. When you think of something.
Example- I think I will/ will not go to the market.
2. Offer to do something.
Example –You look tired. I’ll get coffee for you.
3. Promise to do something.
Example- I’ll return your copy.
4. Asking someone to do something
Example – Will you please pass the newspaper?
5. To express an action over which the speaker does not have control
Example The train will leave at 6 p.m.
6. Something expected or a habitual action.
Example- He’ll brush his teeth first thing in the morning.
GOING TO – is used to show intention, plan or a prediction.
Example – We are going for inter school debate.
I am going to attend the fashion show.
1 My father has changed his job.
2 Would you like a drink?
3 The school bus ___________ willis going todrop you home.
4 She is studying hard. She ____________willgoing to stand 1st in the class.
5 She __________________willis going to represent her class in the inter class debate.
6 This crossing is congested. The authorities’ __________willare going to build a flyover here.
7 This building is 80 years old. It is __________willgoing to collapse any time now.
8 You look tired. I ________willgoing to drop you home.
9 _______ willgoing toyou please lower the volume of stereo. I am talking.
10 I am not feeling well. I _________ willam going toconsult a doctor.
11 Watch out! You ________________willare going to fall.
12 The boat is full of water. It __________ willis going tosink.