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BE GOING TO: A SIMPLIFIED GUIDE Teacher David presents:
BE GOING TO Se usa: -Para hablar de intenciones o de decisiones ya tomadas:. I’m going to the movies tomorrow, do you want to come?.We are going to the book’s fair this afternoon.
BE GOING TO -Para hablar de situaciones futuras predecibles a partir de la situación actual: Look at those clouds! It’s going to rain!
BE GOING TO Affirmative form: Subject + am/is/are + going to +verb +complement I am going to study for the exam. Mary is going to graduate in July. My friends are going to play soccer tomorrow.
BE GOING TO Negative form: Subject + am/is/are + not +going to +verb +complement I’m not going to go out tonight. She is not going to date him. They are not going to be in the same class again.
BE GOING TO Interrogative Form: am/is/are + subject + going to + verb + complement + ? Am I going to wash all those dishes? Is Pedro going to check his email? Are your classmates going to come to class?
BE GOING TO Interrogative Form: Recuerda que se debe responder con short answers utilizando el verbo auxiliar (BE). Am I going to wash all those dishes? Yes, I am. No, I’m not. Is Pedro going to check his email? Yes, he is. No, he’s not. Are your classmates going to come to class? Yes, they are. No, they aren’t.
BE GOING TO Contractions: Is not going = ‘s not going Isn’t going Are not going = ‘re not going aren’t going
BE GOING TO TASK: Write 10 sentences about future plans with be going to. Examples: I’m going to have pizza for dinner. She’s going to graduate in July. They’re going to travel to France next year.
BE GOING TO Reference: Swan, M. (1995). Practical English Usage. Oxford: Oxford University Press. (2008)Diccionario Cambridge Pocket. Madrid: Cambridge University Press. Saslow, J; Ascher, A. Top Notch Fundamentals. New York: Pearson Education