My exposition Names:  Adriana Martinez Cruz  Rigoberto Villanueva Ortiz

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For example Im going to get more exercise. Theyre going to live in Canada. Are you going to get more exercise? Yes, I am. Are they going to live in Australia? No, they arent.

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<p>My exposition Names: Adriana Martinez Cruz Rigoberto Villanueva Ortiz Going to USE Use going to to talk about definite plans or intentions. FORM Be +going to + infinitive For example Im going to get more exercise. Theyre going to live in Canada. Are you going to get more exercise? Yes, I am. Are they going to live in Australia? No, they arent. Note: When the main verb is go, you can omit it. Im going to go to the movie. Future will USE Use will to to talk possible future plans, especially after certain verbs- hope, think, imagine- and words like perhaps, possibly and maybe. I think III leave work early today. I hope III meet my ideal man/woman. Do you imagine youII always live here? Also use will to make offers or promises. III take the sandwiches to the party. For example Form Will + Infinitive I think well have a test on Tuesday. Do you think youII always live here? Will you take some CDs to the party? Afirmative sentences Example: He will play football. NOTE: short/contracted form in the will-future: He'll play football Negative sentences Example: He will not play football. NOTE: short/contracted forms in the will-future: He won't play football. or He'll not play football. Questions Example: Will he play football? </p>