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    Guys If I opened wrong place this tittle I am sorry. Let's ask questions

    1) this about future tense "be going to" and "will".

    After that words, verbs are changing or no?

    For example;

    He is going to have two children. OR
    He is going to has two children. Which one true

    He will have two children. OR
    He will has two children. Which one true.

    2)this about "verb1 to verb1" and gerunds( after some words we add -ing to verb) how can I learn theese? Which are theese words?
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    It's He will have two children and He is going to have two children.

    Has, I do believe, is generally past tense. IE, he has two children.
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    (Original post by Tiger Rag)
    It's He will have two children and He is going to have two children.

    Has, I do believe, is generally past tense. IE, he has two children.
    Thank you. What about 2. Question?
 
 
 

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