What are the uses of "will" and "going to"? Or what are the differences between them?

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Will is use when the action will happen in future not immediatedly ,while going to is used when thew action will take place immediately after specking


After specking?  What does that mean?


I believe they meant "speaking", but in either case the information is incorrect.  "I will do what you ask"  has the same meaning as "I am going to do as you ask." in English.  The terms are synonymous.

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