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Bank robbers are inside a bank. The police are outside it.

Hostage: What will you do/What are you going to do when you have opened the vault?

Bank robber: Then we will/Then we're going to escape/flee/leave/run away.

Hostage: What about the police?

Bank robber: Don't worry. We have a plan.


1) Which of "will" and "going to" would you find more natural in each of the two places in the dialog?

2) Would "escape", "flee", "leave", and "run away" all be natural here?

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Some bank robbers are inside a bank. The police are outside it.

Hostage: What're you going to do when you'ver opened the vault?

Bank robber: Then we're going to escape

Hostage: What about the police?

Bank robber: Don't worry. We have a plan.


1) Which of "will" and "going to" would you find more natural in each of the two places in the dialog?

going to


2) Would "escape", "flee", "leave", and "run away" all be natural here?

"escape" is best for this situation.

"flee" is almost archaic in modern conversation.

"leave" is too neutral for this dramatic scene.

"run away" This is impossible if the police are outside. It sounds ssilly.

Clive

. Itsondslke hey will and "run away"