การใช้ Be going to We use be going to to […]
การใช้ Be going to
We use be going to to talk about something we have decided to do (an intention).
Here are some more examples.
I’m going to watch the next programme.
Emma is going to do an experiment this afternoon.
Rachel and Vicky are going to spend six weeks in the State:.
We can use I’m not going to for a refusal.
รูปปฏิเสธ เติม “not”
I’m sorry, but I’m not going to walk half a mile in the ram.
(= I don’t want to / I’m not willing to walk.)
The present continuous can have a very similar meaning to be going to. We can often use either form.
I’m going to visit my friend at the weekend.
I’m visiting my friend at the weekend.
We do not use will here.
We can use be going to with the verb go (We’re going to go out this evening), but the present continuous is more usual.
We’re going out this evening.