Grammar

“Going to”

Going to is mainly used to refer to our plans and intentions in the future or to make predictions based on present evidence.

1.Is it going to rain this evening?

2.Is management going to buy new cars for the sales team soon?

3.We are going to visit Rome, Florence and Venice when we are in Italy.

4.The twins are going to throw a party next week when their parents are out of town.

5.When are you going to have dinner with the editor of the magazine?

6.Are you going to stay at the office all night?

7. He’s going to be a great musician.

8.My son is going to have a hard time falling asleep tonight.

9.You are going to regret not going on the school trip, mark my words.

10.Are you going to apply for the job?

 

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