And this is the end of Season 2! Season 2 debut June 20th of this year, and almost four months later, it’s making its end. I will be posting a newsletter/blog about the most notable podcasts, most listened to, and my best takes from the season, so stay tuned for that! Nonetheless, Season 3 will make its debut this upcoming Monday (keeping the momentum and not stopping what I love to do.
We can use both will and going to to talk about actions and events we think will happen in the future. Add definitely for the 100%, most likely for the 75-90%, or probably for the 55-70% to express how sure you are that something will happen.
Subject + will + adverb + base form Ex: I will definitely go to Singapore next month.
Subject + am/is/are + adverb + going to Ex: I am probably going to attend the wedding ceremony tomorrow.
Subject + adverb + will not + base form Ex: I definitely will not go to Egypt next month.
Subject + am/is/are + adverb + going to Ex: I am probably going to go to Bali during New Years.
Will + Subject + base form Ex: Will you attend her graduation?
Is/Are + subject + going to + base form Ex: Are you going to attend her graduation?
Wh- + will + subject + base form Ex: When will your new job at Changi Airport begin?
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