Future “going to” Tense

Here are some examples of Future “going to” Tense:

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Hitching around Australia

I am going to do some more hitching myself.

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Are we still going to go to the Mexican place on Saturday night?

I’m going to go, but…

She isn’t going to be able to come.

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What are you going to do in the future?

What am I going to do when I graduate?

What are you going to do?


So, Pedro, you are going to show us..

You are going to draw us a picture of some chakras?

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