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PDF exercises to download for free:
- Future plans and intentions made before you speak.
- Predictions based on evidence or on your experience.
- Mixed future plans, intentions and predictions.
- Positive questions.
- Negative questions.
- Afffirmative, negative and questions (all forms).
- PDF worksheets to practise the difference.
Online exercises with answers:
Going to exercise 1 (intentions) What are they going to do after school?
Going to exercise 2 (predictions) Respond to situations. (Example: It is going to rain.)
Going to exercise 3 (intentions + predictions) Complete an email. Choose correct verbs from the list.
Going to exercise 4 (questions) Make positive and negative questions.
Going to + will + present tenses exercises Learn the difference.
Grammar rules PDF:
Going to vs. present tenses PDF rules Compare the use and forms.
English tenses PDF Grammar rules on all English tenses.
English grammar PDF All PDF grammar rules on this website.
We use be going to to express future in the following way.
1. It is used to express future intentions in the near future. We use it for decisions that we made before the moment of speaking.
I can't come tomorrow. I am going to tidy up the garage.
(I have already decided it.)
Josh is going to move to Manchester.
(Josh told me that he intended to do it in the near future.)
2. It is also used to express our opinion that something is certain to happen. There is some evidence for our prediction.
You are going to have an accident if you don't slow down.
(The road is really icy.)
The guys are going to rob the bank.
(There are some men wearing masks in front of the bank.)
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