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Future with be going to

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Future with be going to

  1. 1. Future with be going to
  2. 2. Positive Negative I am going to I am not going to You are going to You are not going to He is going to He is not going to She is going to She is not going to It is going to It is not going to We are going to We are not going to You are going to You are not going to They are going to They are not going to
  3. 3. Look at these examples:  I have won $1,000. I am going to buy a new TV.  We're not going to see my mother tomorrow.  When are you going to go on holiday?
  4. 4.  The structure BE GOING TO is normally used to indicate the future in English. We use this structure:  1. When we have already decided or we intend to do something in the future:  I'm going to (go to) India next year.  2. When there are definite signs that something is going to happen:  It's so cold! I think it is going to snow.  3. When something is about to happen:  Get back! The bomb is going to explode.
  5. 5. Questions with BE GOING TO Questions are formed by changing the order of the subject and the verb BE: Affirmative You are going to win the race. Subject BE GOING TO Question Are you going to win the race? BE Subject GOING TO
  6. 6. You are going to be sick if you eat that. (Positive sentence) Are you going to be sick if you eat that? (Question) We are going to take orange juice to the party. (Positive sentence) Are we going to take orange juice to the party? (Question)
  7. 7.  Gonna  Sometimes when we speak quickly, GOING TO sounds like GONNA. While it is grammatically incorrect, it is used a lot in very informal English. You will also occasionally see the word Gonna written in song titles or in song lyrics.  I'm gonna go to the beach tomorrow. = I'm going to go to the beach tomorrow.  He's gonna bring his girlfriend to the party. = He's going to bring his girlfriend to the party.
  8. 8. Exercises  Write statements using be going to with the following prompts:  play / soccer / .  eat / tacos / .  study / math / ?  not / play / baseball / .  cook / lasagna / ?  Not / come to class / .

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