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27 July

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where do we better use "be going to" and where it's better to use "want"? for example in:

what are you going to do?
what do you want to do?

both seem almost the same, and both could be used about intention and what somebody has decided. but I think there is indeed a nuance difference between "be going to" and "want"

could anybody explain this nuance please?🤓



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