Grammar Quiz

going to Quiz


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watch / I’m / a / to / TV / going

A. I’m going watch TV.

B. I going to watch TV.

C. I’m not going to watch TV.

D. I’m going to watch TV.


Selecciona la versión en inglés de la siguiente oración:

Nosotros vamos a viajar a Cancun este verano.

A. We are traveling to Cancun this summer.

B. We are not going to travel to Cancun this summer.

C. We’re going to travel to Cancun this summer.


We ___________ going to play soccer.

A. are

B. ‘are

C. is

D. am


Cual es la oración en inglés para:

Eric va a comprar una camisa nueva.

A. Eric is going to buy a new shirt.

B. Eric going to buy a new shirt.

C. Eric is going to buy a shirt.

D. Eric is buying a new shirt.


Anthony _______ going to make a cake.

A. is

B. ‘is

C. ‘si

D. ‘not is


going / him / I’m / tell / no, / not / to

A. No, I’m not going tell him.

B. No, not I’m going to tell him.

C. No, I’m not going to tell him.

D. No, I’m going not tell him.


you / to / tell / him / going / are / ?

A. are you going to tell him

B. Are you going to tell him?

C. Are you going to tell to him?

D. Are you going tell him?


Are you going ____________ the church?

A. going to go to

B. to go to

C. go to

D. to go


What is the use of the future going to? / cual es el uso del future going to

A. Hablar de una situación del pasado

B. Expresar una intención para hacer una actividad en el futuro

C. Dar un consejo


Steve / going / is / to / be / the / barbecue / at / ?

A. Is Steve going be at the barbecue?

B. Is Steve go to be at the barbecue?

C. Is Steve going to be at the barbecue?

D. Steve going to be at the barbecue?


Hey, we are ____________ to order the classroom in the afternoon.

A. going

B. goin’

C. goint

D. go


wear / I’m / jeans / going / a / T-shirt / to / and

A. I’m going wear a T-shirt and jeans.

B. I’m going to wear a T-shirt jeans.

C. I’m going to wear T-shirt and jeans.

D. I’m going to wear a T-shirt and jeans.


We use “GOING TO” to talk about _______.

A. past

B. future

C. negative

D. affirmative


late / we / are / going / be / to

A. We are going be late.

B. are We going to be late.

C. We are going to be late.

D. We are go to be late.


going / Susan/ to / is/ read / book/ a

A. Susan going to read a book.

B. Susan is going to read a book.

C. Susan is going read a book.

D. Susan is going to read book.


What’s the grammar structure for questions? (¿cuál es la estructura gramatical para preguntas?)

A. Subject + verb to be + going to + verb ?

B. Verb to be + subject + going to + verb ?

C. Verb to be + going to + subject + verb ?


My friends are _______________ to swim in the lake.

A. going

B. doing

C. swimming

D. pool


Los pronombres personales son

A. Mine/You/His/She/It/Us/Them

B. I/Your/He/Her/Its/We/They

C. I/You/He/She/It/You/We/They

D. My/You/Him/She/It/Our/Their


What’s the main usage of “be going to”? (Cuál es el uso del “be going to”?)

A. Para hablar sobre cosas en pasado.

B. Para predecir cosas a futuro.

C. Para hablar sobre planes a futuro.

D. Para hablar sobre planes ya finalizados


Qué significa “I am going to”

A. Iré a …

B. Voy a …

C. Fui a …

D. Iba a …




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