Going to Quiz | Grammar
We use going to when we have the intention to do something before we speak. We have already made a decision before speaking.
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Read and circle the correct answer.
1. Jane (is going to paint / paints) a picture next Saturday.
2. Tomorrow Jeff (waters / is going to water) the plants in his garden.
3. Harry (is going to take / takes) photos at the party tomorrow.
4. Bring meat and vegetables. We (are going to have / have) a barbecue.
5. Don and Tim (sometimes play / are going to play) at the school concert tomorrow.
6. They (are going to join / never join) the next summer program.
7. Dave often (is going to fly / flies) to Canada for work.
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