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- Will. Forms the future tense.
- I’m going to throw out the milk if nobody’s going to drink it.
- Forms the past progressive (imperfect) to indicate definite non-completion.
- I was going to cut the grass, but it started raining.
- Going is technically a present participle which may be followed by an infinitive with “to”. However, this phrase is commonly interpreted as a modal or auxiliary verb.
- It is commonly discouraged to end a sentence with "going to" (e.g. "Where are you going to?").
will (future tense)
- to (particle)