Going to examples

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Going to examples. We can express the future with «be going to + infinitive.» In this section, we’ll look at how to form the future simple using «going to» as well as when to use this tense.

POSITIVE FORM (+):

I am going
He/she/it is going..
You/they/we/ are going..

Going to examples:

  • The sky is very black. It’s going to snow.
  • It’s 8.30! You’re going to miss your train!
  • I crashed the company car. My boss isn’t going to be very happy!
  • I was going to tell him but I forgot.
  • I had been going to fix the car for ages.
  • Look at those clouds. It’s going to rain soon.
  • We’re going to see my mother this summer.
  • My favorite team is going to play tomorrow evening.
  • He’s going to tell his boss he’s resigning today.
  • am going to play handball.

Present simple (I do) examples

NEGATIVE FORM (-):

I am not going
He/she/it is not going..
You/they/we/ are not going..

Going to examples:

  • It is not going to snow.
  • It’s 8.30! You’re not going to miss your train!
  • I crashed the company car. My boss isn’t going to be very happy!
  • I was not going to tell him but I forgot.
  • Look at those clouds. It’s  not going to rain soon.
  • We’re not going to see my mother this summer.
  • My favorite team is not going to play tomorrow evening.
  • He’s going to tell his boss he’s not resigning today.
  • am not going to play handball.

Present Continuous Tense Examples

QUESTION FORM (?):

Are you/we/they going..
Is she/he/it going..

Going to Examples:

  • Who is going to read the next paragraph?
  • Are you going to speak at the conference?
  • Is he going to cry again today?
  • What is she going to cook for dinner?
  • Are they going to sleep all day?
  • When are we going to eat lunch?

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