"BE GOING TO"

Kelvin Castañeda
Mind Map by Kelvin Castañeda, updated more than 1 year ago
Kelvin Castañeda
Created by Kelvin Castañeda over 4 years ago
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FORMS FOR USE THE VERB "BE GOING TO"

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"BE GOING TO"
  1. Se usa el futuro con "be going to" para expresar acciones futuras ya planeadas (pero que no forman parte de un programa establecido).
    1. "EXAMPLE"
      1. I am going to buy a new house. Voy a comprarme una casa nueva (tengo la intención de hacerlo).
      2. Con "be going to" se indica sobre todo la intención de hacer algo en un futuro cercano o el convencimiento de que algo va a pasar.
        1. It´s going to be a great day. Va a ser un día genial (tengo la certeza).
          1. POSSIBLE FORMS
            1. AFFIRMATIVE
              1. "LONG FORM"
                1. I am going to
                  1. He, She, OR It +...
                    1. Is going to do
                    2. You, We, OR They +...
                      1. are going to do
                    3. "SHORT FORM"
                      1. I'm, You're, He's, She's, It's, We're, OR They're + ...
                        1. going to do
                      2. THE TRADUCTION IS..."Yo voy a hacer...Tú, etc.
                      3. NEGATIVE
                        1. "Subject + present "to be" + not + going + to v. infinitive + ...
                          1. "LONG FORM"
                            1. We, You, OR They +...
                              1. are not going to do
                              2. He, She, OR It +...
                                1. not going to do
                                2. I am not going
                                3. "SHORT FORM"
                                  1. I'm, You're, He's, She's, It's, We're OR The're +...
                                    1. You aren't, We aren't, OR They aren't +...
                                      1. He isn', She isn't, OR IT isn't +...
                                        1. going to do
                              3. "NOT EXAMPLE"
                                1. The movie will start at 10 o'clock. La peli empezará a las 10 (está programado).
                                  1. INTERROGATIVE
                                    1. "LONGE FORM"
                                      1. Present the verb "to be" + subject + not + going + to + infinitive + ...?
                                      2. "SHORT FORM"
                                        1. Present the verb "to be" negative short form + subject + going + to + infinitive + ...?
                                        2. AFFIRMATIVE
                                          1. Present the verb "to be" + subject + going to + infinitive + ....?
                                          2. NEGATIVE
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