Today, let’s have a look at 5 different ways we use BE GOING TO. This grammar is useful for a lot more than just talking about the future. Are you ready? Let’s check it out.
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- I am going to buy a new car.
- I’m going to see a movie tomorrow.
- I heard that Jenny is having a baby.
- According to the forecast , it’s going to snow all day tomorrow.
- The mechanic told me that it’s going to cost $500 to fix the car.
- You’re going to wear a mask or you’re not going to enter this building.
- You’re not going to play loud music after 10:00pm
- I don’t mind a little overtime once in a while, but I’m not going to work until 9 or 10:00pm every night.
- That cheese smells a bit old, I am not going to eat it.
- I was going to get married, but I changed my mind.
- I was going to buy a new car, but I couldn’t get a loan from the bank.
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