GOING TO or “GONNA” (A2)

gonna

 

We use Gonna to express the going to form of the future  in colloquial English (in informal situations)

 

  • What we gonna do now? (= What are we going to do now?)
  • Don’t know about you two. I’m gonna put my feet up and take a break.

You can find many examples in song lyrics.

HAVE A LOOK AT THIS EXAMPLE: “YOU´RE GONNA MISS ME WHEN I´M GONE”

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