Be Going to Grammar

Be Going to Grammar

"Be going to" is used to talk about future plan, intentions, predictions and commands.

Formula: Subject + be + going to + first form of the verb + object

Intentions / Plan

Examples:

  • I am going to wash the cloths on this Sunday.
  • She's going to leave the country next month.

Predictions

Examples:

  • Pakistan is going to win the next match.
  • They're going the find the jobs soon.

Commands

  • You're going to leave my room right now. I need some rest.

Note: "Be going to" is often used similarly to "will"

  • I'm going to complete my all work.

See also Will  and Future Simple Tense

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