Present continuous or be going to

The present continuous tense is often used to talk about future events that are already planned or decided. The structure be + going to is also used to talk about our plans. In some cases, both structures are possible.

Complete the given sentences using a present continuous tense form or be + going to.

To learn more about the difference between present continuous and be going to, go to this study page.

Present continuous or be going to

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