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I am going to be teaching this soon and just can't figure out how to explain the difference in uses. As a native speaker I don't think about it.
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I am going to home
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No. I am going home.

No 'to'.

I would easily say if you kiss my girlfriend, I'm gonna kill you.

Also : if it rains tomorrow I'm gonna stay home.

Both sound completely natural to me

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With due respect, but most of the grammar I have seen hre is random and the use is incorrect.

The rule is this:

will - spontaneous decisions, opinions

be going to - intentions about the future (so it means you have already thought about someething)

present continuous - arrangements for the future