15 May 2013

'To be going to'

"to be going to"-"ir a hacer algo"

To be + going + to + Verbo (en infinitivo)
Ex. I am going to do my English exercises.

Affirmative:      She is going to buy a car.
Interrogative:     Is she going to buy a car?
Negative:         She is not going to buy a car

1. We use 'going to' when we want to talk about a plan for the future.
  • We are going to visit  a Secondary school next weej. 
  • I'm going to go out later. (also: I'm going out later)
2. We use 'going to' when we want to make a prediction 
  • Look the sky. It's going to rain