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Transcript of "BE GOING TO"

design by Dóri Sirály for Prezi
We use the "Be going to" :
• to talk about predictions based on present evidence.
• to talk about intentions.

What can you guess from this video?
I am
going to eat sushi
You are
going to do your homework
She is
going to have a baby
He is
going to go to school
It is
going to rain
You are
going to learn "the alphabet."
We are
going to play in the park.
They are
going to take the train.
Negative form:
am not
going to eat sushi.
are not
going to do your homework.
is not
going to have a baby.

is not
going to go to school.

is not
going to rain.

are not
going to learn "the alphabet."

are not
going to play in the park.

are not
going to take the train
Interrogative Form:

Am I
going to eat sushi? Yes, I am/ No, I am not

Are you
going to do your homework? Yes,
I am
/No, I am not

Is she
going to have a baby? Yes, she is/ No, she isn't

Is he
going to go to school? Yes, he is/ No, he isn't

Is it
going to rain? Yes, it is/ No, it isn't

Are you
going to learn "the alphabet"? Yes,
we are
/ No, we aren't

Are we
going to play in the park? Yes, we are /No, we aren't

Are they
going to take the train? Yes, they are/ No, they aren't

Affirmative Form:
Let's practise!
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