be going to
[英][bi： ˈgəʊɪŋ tu：][美][bi ˈɡoɪŋ tu]
就要； 要，会，将要； 快要；
1 You may be going to boston?
2 Will the children be going to school tomorrow?
3 I'll be going to jail instead.
4 Shouldn't you be going to school?
5 I suppose you know you'll be going to hell?
Do not gum up the work by telling mother what we are going to do.
Don't gum up the work by telling Mother what we are going to do.
She is going to sit tight till she hears what they are going to do next.
He asked me where I was going to do it.
I think we are going to have to do better.
Making use of emotion flexibly in order to prompt action creatively and designedly .
In order to study earthquakes, scientists deploy seismometers to measure ground motion.
In order to get good grades i study hard