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will-future going to-future Simple Present Present Progressive Future Progressive Future Perfect prediction, assumption spontaneous action planned action in the future logical consequence (sth. is going to happen) future action is fixed (e.g. timetable) planned action in the near future action will definitely happen (it usually happens) sth. will already have happened before a certain time in the future There is often very little difference between the future tenses. It often depends where you live (in Britain or the USA) and when you use the sentence (in spoken or written communication). In newsapapers we often use the will-future, when the going to-future is used in oral communication. I think the future tenses are useful tenses but sometimes difficult to understand