Unit 7.1

Be going to: use

Verb Phrase

We use be going to when we refer to intentions and future plans that have already been decided.

NOTE: We can use gonna instead of going to in informal contexts.

Affirmative

  • I am going to the shop this weekend.
  • When he grows up, he is going to be the boss.
  • We are going to visit your company today.

Negative

  • I am not going to the shop this weekend.
  • When he grows up, he is not going to be the boss.
  • We are not going to visit your company today.

Interrogative

  • Am I going to the shop this weekend?
  • Is he going to be the boss when he grows up?
  • Are we going to visit your company today?

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