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Grammer Forumunda Going to Konusunu İncelemektesinizGoing to is not a tense. It is a special expression to talk about the ...
- 06-11-2010, 23:15 #1
Going to is not a tense. It is a special expression to talk about the future.
Structure of Going to
subject + be + going + infinitive
The verb be is conjugated (past, present or future).
Use of Going to
Going to - intention
We use going to when we have the intention to do something before we speak. We have already made a decision before speaking. Look at these examples:
* Jo has won the lottery. He says he's going to buy a Porsche.
* We're not going to paint our bedroom tomorrow.
* When are you going to go on holiday?
In these examples, we had an intention or plan before speaking. The decision was made before speaking.
Going to - prediction
We often use going to to make a prediction about the future. Our prediction is based on present evidence. We are saying what we think will happen.
Here are some examples:
* The sky is very black. It's going to snow.
* It's 8.30! You're going to miss the train!
* I crashed the company car. My boss isn't going to be very happy!
In these examples, the present situation (black sky, the time, damaged car) gives us a good idea of what is going to happen.
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