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👉 In English grammar, we use ‘going to’ to talk about something we have decided to do in the future.
👉 We can use the present continuous to talk about something we have decided to do in the future, and made arrangements for. It’s definite, not just an idea.
😊 Watch the video to learn how to use both! 👍
0:18 Example sentences – present continuous
1:00 Going to
1:45 Present continuous or going to?
3:00 Asking questions about future plans