Future | Be Going Plus Infinitive
Alan and Kay are a couple of friends talking about next weekend.
Alan: So Kay, what are you going to do this weekend?
Kay: I'm going to go shopping. We just got paid.
Alan: Yeah, me too. It's going to be a great weekend. So, where are you going shopping?
Kay: I'm going to go to that little market on Rand Street. It has so many beautiful ornaments and ethnic clothes.
Alan: Yeah, it's great over there. I love those places. You know, they also have lots of really nice restaurants. You should check them out.
Kay: Hmm. That's a good idea. Hey! We could meet over there.
Alan: Hey, let’s do that. That sounds fun.
Kay: Are you going to come shopping with me, too?
Alan: No, I think I'll give shopping a miss but why don't we meet at the restaurant later in the evening, say the Italian restaurant, Luigi at five o’clock.
Kay: OK. Sounds good. See you there.
- We are going to go shopping tonight.
- I am going to get a new car next year.
- It is very bright this morning. It is going to be very hot today.
- Hey, watch that cow in the road. We are going to crash!
- I am going to change my job. (I intend to change it).
- I am going to tell her to shut up next time she screams at me like that. (Intention stressed.
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