TO BE + GOING TO + VERBE​ Être sur le point de 

PRÉSENT 

I AM GOING TO KILL YOU  Je vais te tuer 

PASSÉ 

I WAS GOING TO KILL YOU J'allais te tuer 

Attention ne pas confondre BE GOING TO et GO au présent BE + ING 

I AM GOING TO GO TO THE SUPERMARKET / I AM GOING TO THE SUPERMARKET 

Je vais aller au supermarché                          Je vais au supermarché

ON TROUVE ÉGALEMENT TRÉS SOUVENT LA FORME ARGOTIQUE : GONNA 

I 'M GONNA KILL YOU Je vais tu tuer 

 

Conversation 1


Man: What are you going to do for summer break?
Woman: I’m going to study Spanish in Spain
Man: Nice, where are you going to study?
Woman: I’m not going to take any classes. I’m just going to live there and learn the language.
Man: Good idea. You’re going to learn a lot.
Woman: I hope so. I’m going to really focus on learning Spanish naturally. Every day I’m going to try to talk to as many people as I can.

Conversation 2


Man: When are you going to mail this? It is due next week.
Woman: I'm going to do it tomorrow when I go to post office
Man: How are you going to send it, by express mail or local mail?
Woman: I’m going to send it by local mail.
Man: Why? It’s going to take forever to get there.
Woman: But it’s still going to get there in time, and it’s going to save money.
Man: Well, if it doesn’t, you’re going to regret it.
Woman: Just relax. It’s not going to be late. Trust me