FUTURE “GOING TO” FOR PLANS (A2)

Subject + to be + going to + infinitive

USE: We use the future with “GOING TO” to talk about FUTURE  plans

LOOK AT THIS PICTURE……

 

 

 

 

 

 

WHAT ARE  YOUR PLANS FOR NEXT WEEKEND?

arrow4_e0 YOU CAN FIND THIS GRAMMAR IN YOUR BOOK ( PAGES 142-143)

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Posted on April 26, 2016, in DOCTOR GRAMMAR and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. 8 Comments.

  1. Isabel Martínez Legidos

    I am going to forget the horrible day.

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    • Come on….!! Don´t be so negative!!! We are here to learn, and there´s a lot we can learn from mistakes!
      ENJOY YOUR WEEKEND, ANYWAY!
      CARMEN

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  2. Sarah, she is going to read a lot of books.
    Peter and Jane, They´re going to dinner in a good restaurant.
    Morty, he is going to work from Saurday to Sunday afternoon.
    Jack, he is going to run perhaps five minutes. ( I think so ). jajaja.
    Carol and John, they´re going to marry .
    Mary, she is going to shop at the supermarket.
    Bob, he is going to ride a bicycle.

    This weekend I’m going to sleep most of the time.

    See you on Tuesday Carmen.

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  3. …to have dinner..
    Morty is…. Jack is…. for 5 minutes
    the small picture is difficult to see.
    BE CAREFUL BECAUSE YOU ARE WRITING 2 SUBJECTS IN MANY SENTENCES
    CARMEN

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  4. Mary is going to buy some presents for Christmas, Bob is going to ride his bike, Carol and John are going to get married, Sarah is going to read a lot of books, Pete and Janet are going to have dinner to celebrate their anniversary, Morty is going to work with his computer and Jack is going to go running if he can.
    Next weekend I’m going to work in the morning. After that I’m going to take my Christmas presents in my parents’ house and I’ll have dinner with them. On Sunday, after working, I’m going to have lunch with my family in my grandmother’s house (she is a very goog cook).

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  5. GOOD HOLIDAY PLANS, LAURA!
    I HOPE YOU ENJOY IT.
    CARMEN

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