Simple Future has two different forms in English: “will” and “be going to.”
The simple future refers to a time later than now, and expresses facts or certainty. In this case there is no ‘attitude’.
The simple future is used:
a. to predict a future event: It will rain tomorrow.
b. (with I/we) to express a spontaneous decision: I will pay for the tickets by credit card.
c. to express willingness: I will do the washing-up. He will carry your bag for you.
d. (in the negative form) to express unwillingness: The baby will not eat his soup…
We form the simple future by using:
– Subject + will + Infinitive
– Subject + Going to + Infinitive
I will learn We will learn
You will learn You will learn
He/She will learn They will learn
I am going to travel We are going to travel
You are going to travel You are going to travel
He/She is going to travel They are going to travel
NB: we usually change: I will by I’ll , and I will not by I won’t.