|I'll give you a hundred dollars.
||• I am offering you the money.
• I propose the money as my part of an exchange with you.
|I'm going to give you a hundred dollars. (または I'm giving you a hundred dollars.)
||• I have already decided to give you the money.
|I'll study architecture.
||• I plan to study architecture
• I have an idea—to study architecture.
• Studying architecture will solve my dilemma.
|I'm going to study architecture.
||• I have been accepted to study architecture.|
• I will shortly be starting my studies in architecture.
• I firmly intend to study architecture and you can't change my mind.
|We'll have a baby.
||• We intend or plan to have a baby (nobody is pregnant yet).
• I propose we have a baby.
• By that point, we will have had a baby.
|We're going to have a baby. (または We're having a baby.)
||• One of us is already pregnant.|
• We are determined to have a baby.
• We plan to have a baby and you can't stop us.
||• That course of action will cause your death (If you do that is implied).
||You're going to die.
||• Your fate is sealed.|
• I am threatening to kill you.
|If you do that, you'll die.
||• If you do that, you are likely to die.
• I fear you will die.
• I am threatening to kill you (but more calmly; please, friend, reassess your course of action.)
|If you do that, you're going to die.
||• If you do that, it will inevitably cause your death. (Can also be used under the same circumstances as you'll die, but conveys the thought more strongly.) |
• I am threatening to kill you (but more firmly; go ahead, try me.)
|But you'll die.
||• You mustn't do that, because it would cause your death. (You may または may not have been aware of that.)
||But you're going to die.
||• We already know you are going to die; therefore you can't do that (either because your death will preclude it, または because the fact of your death makes it inadvisable).|
• You know this course of action will kill you; why do you persist in it?
|She'll be all right.
||• I am reassuring you.
• Based on my experience, I believe she'll be all right.
• I am trying to convince myself she'll be all right.
|She's going to be all right.
||• I am reassuring you (in stronger terms); there is no reason to doubt she'll be all right.|
• Good news: it has been confirmed she will recover.
|We'll be there at nine.
||• We plan to arrive at nine.
• We expect to arrive at nine given experience.
|We're going to be there at nine.
||• It has become clear that we will arrive at nine.|
• Our plans have changed/circumstances have intervened and we will now be arriving at nine.
|Nobody will come.
||• I worry nobody will come.
• I predict nobody will come.
• Nobody will come if you do what you propose.
|Nobody is going to come.
||• I have become resigned to nobody coming.|
• I predict nobody will come (but more strongly または cynically; you are foolish to think anyone will come).