LINGUISTICS & CULTURE
|Data:||20/FEV/2012 1:25 PM|
|Assunto:||will and going to in the same sentence|
I will be going to visit her this Monday.
Three obvious alternatives are:
I will be visiting her this Monday.
I am going to visit her this Monday.
I will visit her this Monday.
I believe we can agree they all mean the same. However, in your sentence, I am not hearing "ir + infinitivo". I am hearing that you will be going to a location where the visit will take place. I am hearing:
I will be going (to the hospital) to visit her this Monday.
I will be going (to New York) to visit her this Monday.
What are you hearing?
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