Going To Future Tense


Going To Future Tense Short Explanation

Going to is used when we say what we have already decided to do in the future. Let's see the following examples :
  • I'm going to donate half of the money I inherited from my parents. 
  • A: What are you going to do with your old house?   B: I'm going to sell it.
Going To Future Tense is also used to say what we think will happen. We are usually sure something is going to happen because of the present situation we see. Let's see the following examples :
  • Look at those black clouds. It's going to rain.
  • The man is drunk. He's driving his car so fast and carelessly. He's going to have an accident.

Going To Future Tense Exercises

In this exercise you have to say what you think is going to happen in these situations. Let's see the example first !
  • The dog is running across the busy street. (The car-hit) The car is going to hit it.
1`. Jack is driving his car across the big dessert without enough fuel. (he-run out of petrol)

2. The boy cannot swim. He is trying to swim across the deep river. (he-drown)

3. The road is so slippery. The boy is running so fast. (he-fall)

4. Brian has to be at work at 8.50. He just woke up at 8.45. (he-be late)

5. I feel terrible. (I-stay in bed )

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