I'm going to do it vs I will do it?
- BriscoLv 41 month agoFavorite Answer
The main difference is intention. It's kind of difficult to explain here. They are both the future though.
- PontusLv 71 month ago
1. I'm going to do... - near future (using a structure in the present progressive). This specifies sooner than later.
2. I will do it -- future (near or distant; using the true future tense). No indication of how soon or not.Source(s): studied linguistics and English grammar; four other languages
- Anonymous1 month ago
I'm going to do it -indicate present situation.
I will do it - refer to future plan