Going to / Gonna

Going to / Gonna can be used instead of will as an alternative to the future to express the future.

1. I am going to give it up.

2. I am going to do it tomorrow.

3. I’m gonna talk with him.

4. She’s going to make it happen.

5. Don’t worry. I’m gonna blame him.

6. Don’t worry. I’m gonna punish him.

7. I’m pretty sure he’s gonna help me.

8. I can’t work here anymore. I’m gonna resign.

9. I can’t do this anymore. I’m gonna stop it.

10. You are going to mess with the wrong person.

Going to / Gonna means doing something in the near future

11. I’m going to visit my grandparents next weekend.

12. She is going to start a new business in the city.

13. We are going to have a barbecue in the backyard tomorrow.

14. They are going to watch a movie at the cinema tonight.

15. Are you going to attend the conference next month?

16. He is going to learn how to play the guitar this summer.

17. We are going to celebrate my sister’s birthday at a restaurant.

18. The weather forecast says it’s going to rain later in the day.

19. She’s going to study abroad for a year to improve her language skills.

20. I’m going to buy a new car as soon as I save enough money.

Going to _Gonna
Going to _Gonna

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