Lesson 38-40

Lesson 38/39 - What are you wearing?

Lesson 40 - Introduction to "going to do"

Use - going to
1) planned actions in the future : We are going to sing at the party.

2) You are certain that sth. is going to happen in the future.
Look at this car! It is going to crash into the yellow one.

Form - to be (am, are, is) + going to + infinitive

Affirmative sentences: I am going to play handball. You are going to play handball.

Negative sentences: I am not going to play handball. You are not going to play handball.

Questions: Am I going to play handball? Are you going to play handball?

ATTENTION!! Do not mix up with the Present Progressive!
Going to-future--> He's going to read the book.
Present Progressive --> He's reading the book.

Exercises - going to-future
1.What ___ this weekend?
a. you are going to do
b. are you going to do
c. your gonna do

2. I'm not sure. ___ anything special?
a. Are you going to do
b. You are going to do
c. Is going to do

3. My friend Melissa and I ___ a party. Would you like to come?
a. am going to
b. are going to go to
c. go to

4. I'd love to! ___________?
a. What's it going to be
b. Who's go to be
c. Where's it going to be

5. It is ___ to be at Ruth's house.
a. go
b. going
c. gonna

6. What time ___ start?
a. is it going to
b. it's going to
c. it

7. At 10 P.M. ___________ invite?
a. Who are you going to
b. What you're going to
c. When you going to

8. I don't know. I think ___ anyone.
a. I'm going invite
b. I'm not go invite
c. I'm not going to invite
Answers: 1.a, 2.a, 3.b, 4.c, 5.b, 6.a, 7.a, 8.c

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