Subject auxiliarY Going to verb (Infinitive) Examples; I: am not 'm not: going to: swim: I'm not going to swim at the beach. 4. I’m going to write my homework tonight. For example, I'm going to play tennis this afternoon sounds like:  Aym gonna play tennis... To form of questions, we invert the subject (e.g, I, you) and "is/am/are." She: She's not going to swim at the beach. Yes, it is correct to use either form with the verb "go. 3. / Eso no va a funcionar. ¿Qué vamos a traer? We can use "going to" to describe a planned action that will happen in the near future. © British Council GlassDoctor70 replied on 21 November, 2017 - 20:47 Egypt Permalink, CaptainGigabyte700 replied on 16 November, 2020 - 01:23 Canada Permalink, ForeverJewelSphinx replied on 28 August, 2017 - 06:33 Mongolia Permalink, PinkRootHawk replied on 10 April, 2017 - 11:38 Morocco Permalink, ColourfulSummerPaw replied on 14 March, 2017 - 19:50 Serbia Permalink, ColourfulSummerPaw replied on 14 March, 2017 - 19:46 Serbia Permalink, YellowHorseWow replied on 8 June, 2016 - 13:44 Ecuador Permalink, YellowHorseWow replied on 8 June, 2016 - 13:43 Ecuador Permalink. ", sing the present continuous (going to) is shorter than saying "going to go. You're going to miss your train! We can express the future with "be going to + infinitive." They walk the dog later. I’m going to be a teacher when I’m older. Are you going to buy a new car? My boss isn't going to be very happy! I’m going to be a teacher when I’m older. However, there are differences when using the future simple (will/shall) and present simple to describe the future. He’s not going to play football anymore. To learn the differences between "be going to" and "will/shall" click here. Esempio: He is not going to study Physic at University because he hate this subject. Going to se utiliza para expresar planes o hechos contundentes a futuro. She is not going to buy a new cellphone ¿Cuándo va a llegar ella? Our prediction is based on present evidence. 2. You can usually make the negative in two ways. I can see your profile picture above your comment, so I think you managed to create a character. (yo) No voy a nadar a la playa. (tú) No vas a nadar a la playa. how to create a character 1. Listening | TED Talks | Speaking | Grammar | Vocabulary | Idioms | Blog, Copyright © 2013-2020 OysterEnglish.com  All rights reserved  |   Privacy policy, because it seems strange to repeat "go" twice. Print an activity for this grammar topic. I recommend you read this page to better understand these differences. We use ‘going to’ to talk about our future plans.I’m going to write my homework tonight. (Tú no vas a estudiar para ser un abogado) You can usually make the negative in two ways.He isn’t going to ride a bike. You often have to wait quite a long time (sometimes as long as a week) to see your profile picture after you have created it or changed it. Print a reference card for this grammar topic. (tú) No vas a nadar a la playa. They aren’t going to visit us. ¿Quién va a venir hoy? If we use a wh- question word, we insert it at the beginning of the sentence. ¿Voy a necesitar algunos puntos en la herida? A registered charity: 209131 (England and Wales) SC037733 (Scotland). You: are not aren't: You're not going to swim at the beach. Going To - Negative Complete the following sentences using the negative of going to. Cuando queremos referirnos a algunas acciones que serán realizadas en el futuro. As we've learned here, we use "be going to + infinitive" to describe future planned actions or to predict future actions or events. I'm not going to see him tomorrow. ", "be going to" and "will/shall" click here. suj : aux: not: going to: verbo : I : am: not: going to: eat: something. Es importante anotar que en esta forma del tiempo futuro, se hace uso del verbo to be en forma presente, por ejemplo: En español traducimos esta forma del futuro conjugado con el verbo ir en futuro como auxiliar. He: is not isn't: He's not going to swim at the beach. / Nosotros no vamos a comprar ese carro. Here are some examples to make sure this is clear: I am going to see a play tonight. Here are some examples: The sky is very black. You: are not aren't: You're not going to swim at the beach. It's late so I don't think he's going to do his homework tonight. He’s not going to play football anymore.Are you going to buy a new T-shirt? (NOT I amn’t going to read that book.) 1. going to for prediction. I hope you have fun on LearnEnglish Kids. When is she going to arrive? We are not going to buy that car. Am I going to need some stitches on the injury? The infographic provides a good summary of "be going to" but let's take a closer look at the form and uses with more explanation and examples. No voy a comer algo. ¿Vas comprar un nuevo auto? Sometimes, it confuses learners that we can express the future in English in these ways: As noted above, "be going to" and the present continuous have basically the same meaning when talking about the future. Cuando utilizamos “going to” hacemos referencia a una oración en futuro que expresa una acción que se ha decidido hacer con la intención de realizarse.Este tiempo verbal es conocido en inglés como Futuro con going to. We can also add "not" in front of "going to" to form the negative.. No vas a hablar con alguien. (él) No va a nadar a la playa. / Tú no vas a trabajar el sábado. (yo) No voy a nadar a la playa. Para realizar preguntas con to be going to debemos escribir el verbo to be al principio de la pregunta, después el sujeto seguido de going to más el verbo en su forma simple. Subject auxiliarY Going to verb (Infinitive) Examples; I: am not 'm not: going to: swim: I'm not going to swim at the beach. Yes, it is correct to use either form with the verb "go. We use ‘going to’ to talk about our future plans. In this situation, we've already decided or planned this action. They walk the dog later. (él) No va a nadar a la playa. (Ella no va a esperarme después del espectáculo) I am not going to get up early tomorrow. Example: I _____ see him tomorrow. We be at the party on Saturday night. Are they going to help you? He’s not going to ride a bike. He: is not isn't: He's not going to swim at the beach. (I'm going to see a play tonight.) I’m not going to read that book. Don't forget to use the short form. Are you going to buy a new T-shirt?. Will y Going to. They’re going to watch a film this weekend.. Be careful! It's 8.30! I crashed the company car. I'm not going to see him tomorrow. ), MissSmilingShark replied on 13 May, 2020 - 15:42 United Kingdom Permalink, hi, I really need help . Remember! Print the reference card, activity sheet and test for more practice. She: She's not going to swim at the beach. We often use going to to make a prediction about the future. We can use "going to" to express a prediction  (a guess or estimate) about what may happen in the future based on what is happening right now. Grammar Rule Examples. In this section, we'll look at how to form the future simple using "going to" as well as when to use this tense. Do you want to practise using 'going to' in English? 4. We are saying what we think will happen. You aren't going to work on saturday. When printing, in the "fit" section, select "shrink to fit" to scale the entire infographic to fit on one page]. It is not going to work. They are very close in meaning so it's possible to use either: Sometimes learners wonder if the verb "go" can be used with "be going to" because it seems strange to repeat "go" twice.
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