jueves, 26 de mayo de 2016

FUTURE WITH "GOING TO"

FUTURE WITH "GOING to"
1)USING "GOING to" FOR PLANS AND INTENTIONS:
EXAMPLES
  • Is Freddy going to buy a new car soon?
  • Are John and Pam going to visit Milan when they are in Italy?
  • I think Nigel and Mary are going to have a party next week.
  • We are going to have dinner together tomorrow.
  • Aren't you going to stay at the library until your report is finished?
  • He is going to spend his vacation in Hawaii.
  • She is not going to spend her vacation in Hawaii.
  • A: When are we going to meet each other tonight?
    B: We
     are going to meet at 6 PM.
  • I'm going to be an actor when I grow up.
  • Michelle is going to begin medical school next year.
  • They are going to drive all the way to Alaska.
  • Who are you going to invite to the party?
  • A: Who is going to make John's birthday cake?
    B: Sue
     is going to make John's birthday cake.
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2)USING "GOING to" FOR PREDICTIONS:
EXAMPLES
  • He's going to be a brilliant politician.
  • I'm going to have a hard time falling asleep.
  • You're going to be sorry you said that.
  • Is it going to rain this afternoon?
  • Aren't they going to come to the party?
  • The year 2222 will be a very interesting year.
  • The year 2222 is going to be a very interesting year.
  • John Smith will be the next President.
  • John Smith is going to be the next President.
  • The movie "Zenith" will win several Academy Awards.
  • The movie "Zenith" is going to win several Academy Awards.
  •  
Put the verbs into the correct form (future I). Use going to.
1.   It (rain) .
2.   They (eat)  stew.
3.   I (wear)  blue shoes tonight.
4.   We (not / help)  you.
5.   Jack (not / walk)  home.
6.   (cook / you)  dinner?
7.   Sue (share / not)  her biscuits.
8.   (leave / they)  the house?
9.   (take part / she)  in the contest?
10.             I (not / spend)  my holiday abroad this year.

Test

Write sentences in going to future.
1.   he / get up / early
§  Positive: 
§  Negative: 
§  Question: 
              they / do / their best
§  Positive: 
§  Negative: 
§  Question: 
              you / learn / Irish
§  Positive: 
§  Negative: 
§  Question: 
              she / buy / a computer
§  Positive: 
§  Negative: 
§  Question: 
              we / take / the bus
§  Positive: 
§  Negative: 
§  Question: 
              she / watch / the match
§  Positive: 
§  Negative: 
§  Question: 
              they / wait / in the park
§  Positive: 
§  Negative: 
§  Question: 
              He / buy / bread / this afternoon
§  Positive: 
§  Negative: 
§  Question: 


est

Write sentences in going to future.
1.   she / copy / the chapter
§  Positive: 
§  Negative: 
§  Question: 
              he / criticise / you
§  Positive: 
§  Negative: 
§  Question: 
              I / defend / my point of view
§  Positive: 
§  Negative: 
§  Question: 
              they / discuss / the problem
§  Positive: 
§  Negative: 
§  Question: 
              he / reach / his goal
§  Positive: 
§  Negative: 
§  Question: 
              the robber / rob / another bank
§  Positive: 
§  Negative: 
§  Question: 
              we / explore / a new territory
§  Positive: 
§  Negative: 
§  Question: 
              they / rescue / the girl
§  Positive: 
§  Negative: 
§  Question: 



Exercises

Type in the verbs in the future I (going to).
1.   Mr Potts (sell)  his house.
2.   Our neighbours (spend)  their next holidays in the Caribbean.
3.   I (move)  to another town.
4.   My husband (build)  a tree house for the kids.
5.   His friends (learn)  English.
Type in the verbs in the future I (going to).
1.   I (tell/not)  you the secret.
2.   She (ring/not)  me.
3.   We (invite/not)  him to our party.
4.   Greg (work/not)  abroad.
5.   Her parents (lend/not)  her any more money.
Write questions in the future I (going to).
1.   (you/help/me) ?
2.   (she/study/in Glasgow) ?
3.   (they/paint/the room) ?
4.   (he/apply/for that job) ?
5.   (what/you/do)  about this?


1.      
2.     What ___ this weekend?
a. you are going to do
b. are you going to do
c. your gonna do
3.     I'm not sure. ___ anything special?
a. Are you going to do
b. You are going to do
c. Is going to do
4.     My friend Melissa and I ___ a party. Would you like to come?
a. am going to
b. are going to go to
c. go to
5.     I'd love to!
___?
a. What's it going to be
b. Who's go to be
c. Where's it going to be
6.     It is ___ to be at Ruth's house.
a. go
b. going
c. gonna
7.     What time ___ start?
a. is it going to
b. it's going to
c. it
8.     At 10 P.M.
___ invite?
a. Who are you going to
b. What you're going to
c. When you going to
9.     I don't know. I think ___ anyone.
a. I'm going invite
b. I'm not go invite
c. I'm not going to invite

Going to the Zoo (going to future)
Hi! My name is Hannah and I am nine years old. I am so excited! I am excited because tomorrow my daddy’s going to take me to the zoo. I love the zoo!
We are going to see snakes! The last time I went to the zoo I saw the cutest tiny green snake. I want to see more snakes!
We are going to see the tigers. I am going to roarat the tigers! Can you roar like a tiger too?
I am going to hop like a kangaroo when I see the kangaroos! When I see the penguins I am going to waddle like them. They look so funny when they walk!
I am going to sing like the birds and I am going to flap my arms and fly with them too! I am going to bea beautiful blue bird with a bright yellow beak! My song will be the most beautiful song ever!
We are going to find the giraffes too. They have very long necks. I am going to pretend that my neck is very long just like a giraffe! I don’t like eating leaves like giraffes do. No, leaves taste awful! I am only going to pretend to eat them.
My daddy’s going to let me buy something from the gift shop. I don’t know what I am going to want but I can’t wait to see what there is! We are going to have fun! I am so excited!
Vocabulary help:
  • awful (adjective) - very bad or unpleasant
  • beak (noun) - the hard part of a bird’s mouth
  • cutest (adjective) superlative form of cute - pleasant or nice, especially of someone young or something small
  • hop (verb) - to move by jumping
  • pretend (verb) - to behave as if something is true when it’s not.
  • tiny (adjective) - very small
  • waddle (verb) - walks with short steps while moving from side to side
More vocabulary?  Click on the icon that looks like a book, to the left
Comprehension Check:
Did you understand the story? Are these sentences true?
1. Hannah is excited because she is going to go to the zoo tomorrow. Yes or no?
2. Hannah is six years old. Yes or no?
3. Hannah likes to pretend that she is an animal. Yes or no?
4. Her mother is taking her to the zoo. Yes or no?
5. Hannah knows how to fly. Yes or no?

Fill in the Blanks:
6. Giraffes have long _________________ and they like to eat ________________.
7. Hannah is going to __________________ like a penguin.
8. Hannah remembers seeing a cute tiny __________________ at the zoo.
9. Hannah is going to be a ___________________ blue bird with a ________________ beak.


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