"WILL" OR "GOING TO"
Generally, I try to avoid posting "pure" grammar tips but in this case I think it is worth it (vale la pena). The future tense in English is quite easy to deal with and most Spanish speakers can use it easily, which is great!
A common question related to the future tense, however, is when "will" and "going to" should be used. Many people think that one of these forms is for the "close future" (futuro cercano) and the other for events that are "further in the future". This is not, however, the case and the real difference between these two is whether the future event has been planned or not.
So: will = no plan, going to = plan already in place!
Hope that helps!
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