Grade 9 Grammar Lesson 16 Be going to

What is the difference between ‘have’ and ‘have got’?
Does the verb ‘have’ have its continuous forms?
What is the past form of ‘have got’?

Grade 9 Grammar Lesson 16 Be going to (1)

Structure:

  • subject + be + going to + base form of the verb… .

We use be going to to say that we know something is certain to happen because of the situation now.

We use past form of be + going to to mean that we intended to do something but didn’t do it.

We use past be + going to form to say that we intend to do something; it’s already decided.

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