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Going to

Going to is used to describe the consequences of present trends

Going to is used to describe the consequences of present trends that are expected to continue into the future. It is composed of a present form of "be" + "going to" plus a bare Infinitive. The following, for example, are highly probable consequences of the trends described last week: In the near future, there are going to be a lot more old people in Brazil. People who have borrowed a lot of money are going to have difficulty paying it back. Cities are going to become more unpleasant places to live in and city-dwellers are going to have to change their habits if they want a better quality of life.


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