Grammar

Is there any difference among the following sentences.

  1. I will do the work that assigned to me.

  2. I will be doing the work that assigned to me.

  3. I am going to do the work that assigned to me.

Pema

HI
I THINK THERE IS NO DIFFERENT BETWEEN THE FIRST AND THE THERD ONE,BUT THE SECOND SENTECE IS DIFFERENT IN MEANING.
I will be doing the work that assigned to me…IT MEANS THAT YOU WILL BE DO THE ASSIGED WORK AT ACERTAIN OR A SPECIFIC TIME.
THIS SENTENCE IS MOSTLY LIKE AN ANSWER FOR A QUESTION…

SAEED

A verb is missing from each sentence:
I will do the work that is assigned to me.
I will be doing the work that is assigned to me.
I am going to do the work that is assigned to me.

All three sentences are correct (with the verb ‘is’) and the difference in meaning revolves around intention:

I will do… At some time from this point to an unspecified future point this is what I will do.
I will be doing… At the specified future point, this is what I will be doing.
I am going to do… This is my future intention.

Oh…that’s great!!!

I thanked you for clearifying my doubts.

which situation we can use these words.

have been
has been
had been

Ujwala

I am still confussing with the following words. I am not able to distinguish between them when using in the sentences, especially when I am given with an assignment to be filled in the black with an appropriete words.

Fill in,
fill out
fill up.

when do you use these three words.

Hi,

‘Fill in’ and ‘fill out’ are most commonly used to describe what you do when you put information/details on a form - name, address, age and so on. To me ‘fill up’ would suggest that you put/pour a liquid into a container as when you put water into a jug up to the top.

Alan