Oraciones con Be Going to

Actualizado:

Una alternativa para hablar en futuro es el uso de las oraciones con be going to.

Cuando hacemos oraciones con going to es porque los eventos que estamos describiendo han sido planeados.

#1I am going to play basketball tomorrow
#2I am going to bet on the Lakers

Ahora veamos oraciones afirmativas, negativas e interrogativas que podemos formar con “be going to”

Oraciones con Going to: Afirmativas

Estos son algunos ejemplos de oraciones afirmativas con going to

  • I’m going to throw a party
  • I’m going to train at the gym
  • I’m going to stay at home
  • You are going to make another cake
  • You are going to plant more trees
  • You are going to send more invitations
  • She is going to stay here
  • She is going to spend her night with her friends
  • She is going to study another major
  • He is going to cook something delicious for us
  • He is going to get an acting job
  • He is going to get drunk tonight
  • We are going to do the dishes 
  • We are going to do the laundry
  • We are going to have lunch with her friends 
  • They are going to play poker tonight
  • They are going to work on a project
  • They are going to build another house

Oraciones con Going to: Negativas

Estos son algunos ejemplos de oraciones negativas con going to

  • I’m not going to play soccer
  • I’m not going to the beach
  • I am not going to watch any horror movies tonight
  • You are not going to find a job anytime soon
  • You are not going to recover soon
  • You are not going to become a millionaire overnight
  • She is not going to play soccer anymore
  • She is not going to listen to music
  • She’s not going to do her homework
  • He’s not going to the party
  • He is not going to London with you guys
  • He is not going to rent a new car
  • We are not going to buy any more toys
  • We are not going to play Monopoly tonight
  • We are not going to do anything exciting
  • They are not going to come to the party
  • They are not going to come to the meeting
  • They are not going to pass the mathematics class

Oraciones con Going to: Interrogativas

Estos son algunos ejemplos de oraciones interrogativas con going to

  1. What are you going to do tonight?
  2. What are you going to do later?
  3. What are you going to do tomorrow?
  4. What are we gonna eat?
  5. When are we gonna rest?
  6. What are you going to watch?
  7. What games are you gonna play?
  8. What movie are you going to watch
  9. What book are you going to read next?
  10. Are you going to watch a Netflix show?
  11. What album are you going to buy?
  12. Why are you gonna do exercises?
  13. Why are you gonna quit?

Preguntas y Respuestas: Oraciones con Be Going to

Estas son algunas preguntas con going to y sus posibles respuestas

  • What are you going to do tonight?
  • I will probably watch a movie
  • Are you going to watch a Netflix show?
  • I don’t think so, I canceled my suscription
  • When are we gonna rest?
  • I usually rest on Sundays
  • What book are you going to read next?
  • I don’t know, probably something that makes me think
  • What games are you gonna play?
  • I am gonna play among us or Call of Duty
  • Why are you gonna do exercises?
  • Because I want to be in shape
  • Why are you gonna quit?
  • Because I am going to start a business

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