Grammar Point - Going to/will for future predictions
Look at those black clouds – It‘s going to rain soon. Slang – (It’s gonna rain soon)
Subject + to be+ going to + infinitive – Prediction with present evidence.
The weather wasn’t very good yesterday. I expect it’ll rain today.
Subject + will + infinitive – Predictions without present evidence, based on opinion.
Compare these examples:
I don’t feel very well. I‘m going to be sick.
How will you parents feel when they find out about your new job?
I know exactly what I‘m going to do when I finish my course. I‘m going to find a job.
What will you do when you finish your course? I’m not sure yet.
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Shower /ˈʃaʊ ər/ (noun)
a brief fall of rain or, sometimes, of hail or snow.
e.g: ‘We’ll see some heavy and thundery showers towards southern and western coasts’.