The simple form of the verb comes after “to”
|I am going to||We are going to|
|You are going to||You are going to|
|He is going to|
|She is going to||They are going to|
|It is going to|
contractions + main verb:
|I’m going to||We’re going to|
|You’re going to||You’re going to|
|He’s going to|
|She’s going to||They’re going to|
|It’s going to|
Remember: The simple form of the verb comes after “to.”
Directions: Change the verb from the present tense to the future tense using “will.” (10 points)
She’s in New York today.
She will in New York tomorrow, too.
They’re at home.
They will at home this weekend.
He does his homework every night.
He will do his homework tonight after dinner.
I really like this movie.
My friends will probably like this movie, too.
Is there enough time to finish this assignment?
Will there be enough time to finish this assignment?
You don’t see any snow in Florida.
You won't see any snow in Florida.
Maria goes to a really good school.
Maria will go to a good school next year also.
Where’s the party?
Where will the party be?
How much does a plane ticket cost?
How much will a plane ticket cost?
He has a good time when he goes on vacation.
He will have a good time on his next vacation.
Directions: Change the verb from the past tense to the “going to” future tense. (10 points)
We were at church on Sunday.
We are going to at church next Sunday, too.
They went to a
They are going to go to the zoo, tomorrow.
Roger didn’t do his laundry yet.
Roger isn't going to do it today either.
What did they have for breakfast?
What Are they going to have for lunch?
How many people were there?
How many people are there going to be?
Was there a good movie showing?
Is there going to be a good movie showing?
Everyone had a good time.
Everyone is going to have a good time.
Boris helped me fix my car.
Boris is going to help me fix my computer, too.
She wasn’t on time for class yesterday.
She probably isn't going to be on time today.
Shukri did well on her test.
She is probably going to do well in college.
bumpy: not smooth; rough;
maneuver: to move; to go in a particular direction
helmet: a hard hat that provides complete protection for the head in case of an accident.
windshield: the front window in a car that protects drivers and passengers from wind.
It’s fun to drive a go-kart. All you need to do is to step on the gas and off you go. The steering wheel helps to maneuver the vehicle, and a foot brake helps to stop it. It’s very easy to drive.
Number 13 is Frank’s go-kart. He built it himself. He and other people whose hobby it is to build and race go-karts meet at this track on the weekends. Almost all of the people who compete do it for fun, but some members of the racing association he belongs to are serious about winning when they race.
Gas-powered go-karts can reach speeds of up to 30 miles per hour. It might feel much faster than that when you ride in one because go-karts are low to the ground, and the ride is a little bumpy. There’s also no windshield. It’s not at all like driving a car.
Frank always wears a
helmet on his head and other protection for his body when he competes.
He wears long-sleeved shirts and long pants.
He has never crashed,
but he wants to be prepared in case he does.
How much do you remember from the reading ? Fill in the blanks.