• I will help you. be going • He is going to spend his vacation in London. to + V1 • I’m going to be an actor when I grow up. will + V1 • She will call me when I arrive. .

express a voluntary • B: I will make some sandwiches.We use “will" to • A: I’m really hungry. (the action is decided • B: I will answer. at the moment of speaking) . action We use “will" to • I promise I will not tell him about the express a promise surprise party We use “will” to express a spontaneous decision • A: The phone is ringing.

I’m sure.We use “will” to request help • Will you please help me to do my or offer help homework? We use “will” with words and expressions like probably. I expect We use “will” when the main verb is “be” even if • I will be in London tomorrow. we talk about the planned events . • I will probably get there by car. possibly. perhaps.

• I am going to buy a new car next year. evidence. or fixed arrangements We use both “will” or • The weather tomorrow will be sunny. It predictions about events when there is a concrete is going to rain soon. . future events. “be going to” to predict • You are going to be a famous artist. strong intentions.We use “be going to” to talk about prior plans. Note: we use “be going to” (not “will”) to make • Look at those dark clouds in the sky.

He will be here soon. soon Don’t worry. There will be another meeting next next week / year month. later today I will finish my report later today. in five minutes/ in two hours I will return in two hours. . tomorrow I'll go to the market tomorrow.

won’t He will not do it again. Positive Form will V1 Rest of the sentence. . I’m sure he will succeed on the test. Negative Form will not Subject Rest of the V1 sentence.

Question Form Yes / No Question: Rest of the Will subject V 1 ? sentence Will he come to visit us tomorrow? Wh – Non.Subject Question: Wh-word will subject Rest of the V1 sentence? Where will you study when you finish school? Wh – Subject Question: Who/ Rest of the will V1 sentence? What Who will come to help him? .

it to do is not going something. it is going to do something. she. they. we. Negative Form I am he. she. . we. Positive Form I am he. you are Sarah isn’t going to visit her aunt on Friday. you are He is going to spend his vacation in Eilat. they.

Question Form Yes / No Question: Am Is subject going to do something? Are Are you going to be a teacher? Wh – Non.Subject Question: to do Wh-word am. are subject going something? Where are you going to spend your weekend? Wh – Subject Question: Who/What is going to do (something)? Who is going to speak at the lesson? . is.

8 If you are sure that you have understood the material pretty well.Do the following exercises and check your answers: Ex. 1 Ex. 2 Ex. Quiz 1 Quiz 2 Quiz 3 Quiz 4 . 5 Ex.6 Ex. you can continue with the quizzes. 4 Ex. 7 Ex. 3 Ex.