Going To
Gramatical Structure / Estructura Gramatical (example with verb to eat)
GOING TO + MAIN VERB

Afirmative clause / Frase afirmativa
Sujeto + to be + going to + verbo infinitivo –> Sandra is going to drink some coffee (Sandra va a tomarse un café)
Negative clause / Frase negativa
Sujeto + to be + not + going to + verbo infinitivo –>

Sandra is not going to drink some coffee (Sandra no va a tomarse un café)
Interrogative clause/ Frase interrogativa
To be + not + sujeto + going to + verbo principal en infinitivo? –>
Is Sandra going to drink a coffee? (¿Va Sandra a tomarse un café?)
Gramatical Structure / Estructura Gramatical (example with verb to go)
GOING TO + COMPLEMENT
Afirmative clause / Frase afirmativa
Sujeto + to be + going to + complemento –> They are going to the beach (Ellos van a la playa)
Negative clause / Frase negativa
Sujeto + to be + not + going to + complemento –> They are not going to the beach (Ellos no van a la playa)
Interrogative clause/ Frase interrogativa
To be + not + sujeto + going to + verbo principal en infinitivo? –>Are they going to the beach? (¿Van a la playa?)
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Conjugación verbo do (hacer)

Conjugación verbo have (tener o haber)

Conjugación verbo be (ser o estar)

Diferencias que sufren las terceras personas del singular