@David, Moderator Could you please give more explanation and more examples when both are correct?
Yes, I realize that you guys are looking for a detailed explanation, and I have decided to turn this into a research project. Please give me about a week, and I will try to clear up the mystery of will versus be going to to the best of my ability.
As a native speaker, I never (or almost never) have to think about it. As a grammar-forum moderator, though, I encounter the question regularly, and I very often disagree with Egyptian "model answers" in this department!
The distinction between will and be going to is real and important; however, it is very subtle in many cases, and choosing "incorrectly" almost never leads to ungrammaticality or incomprehensibility. Usage simply becomes unidiomatic.
Again, give me about a week and I'll make an extra special post for you guys.
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