FILES 3A, 3B & 3C


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GRAMMAR EXPLANATION: WILL AND BE GOING TO

If you still need grammar explanations for the difference between WILL AND BE GOING TO,
click on this document:


GRAMMAR & LISTENING:

WILL AND GOING TO These are two of the many ways we have of talking about the future in English.

In this listening you can find the contrast between these forms and practice when to use each one.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/worldservice/learningenglish/radio/specials/1649_gramchallenge34/
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Do you want to review difference between uses of Will and Going to? download this PDF and you'll get the transcript of the previous listening!:


Still confused? Check Anna's question (from the Netherlands): What's the difference in meaning between 'will' and 'going to?

So should I say: 'I will go the market at four' or should it be: 'I'm going to the market at four?'

Listen to the answer:

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And if you want to read the transcript, download this PDF:




LISTENING:

A SOUTH KOREAN STUDENT OF ENGLISH DESCRIBES HER FUTURE PLANS: GOING TO.

tick.jpgAnd if you want to know more... click here for BBC grammar challenge

for FUTURE PLANS practice: I highly recommend it to you!




GRAMMAR

Do you feel like doing a quiz to practice the use of Present continuous for expressing future arrangements?

You can download the quizz or do it here: