Learn how to use going in a English sentence. Over 100 hand-picked examples.
This is never going to end.
I'm going to go.
I was wondering if you were going to show up today.
It would take me too much time to explain to you why it's not going to work.
"What's going on in the cave? I'm curious." "I have no idea."
"Why aren't you going?" "Because I don't want to."
First, I'm going to do an outline of my new website.
I wonder how long it's going to take.
And what are we going to do?
Tonight we're going to church.
I was planning on going to the beach today, but then it started to rain.
Tomorrow, I'm going to study at the library.
With the heirless king going crazy and royal family poisoned, the general of the army finally had his chance to usurp the throne.
Are you just going to stand there all day?
I'm going to buy myself a new camera, digital this time.
Only those who risk going too far will know how far one can go.
My interest is in the future because I'm going to spend the rest of my life there.
Look carefully. I'm going to show you how it's done.
I'm going to take my car.
I'm going to take a bath.
Ask Trang if he's going out this evening.
We're going to eat a lot tonight so I hope you're not on a diet.
I'm going to sit on the bench over there next to the street lamp.
You're going too far.
Where are you going to spend the vacation?
What time are you going on duty?
What are you going to be?
What are you going to have?
It's high time you got going.
You're going about it in the wrong way.
Are you going to sing here?
I'm not going out on a limb for you because you never helped me before.
I was going to write to you, but I was too busy.
I'll stand behind you if you are going to do it.
I don't like both of you going to such a place.
There are merits and demerits to both your opinions so I'm not going to decide right away which to support.
If you're going to the beach, count me in.
I can't approve of your going out with him.
I cannot approve of your going out with him.
I don't approve of your going out with him.
I am going to do it whether you agree or not.
I don't object to your going out to work, but who will look after the children?
You're going to leave for London next Sunday, aren't you?
I think it's wonderful that you're going on a picnic.
Is it true that you are going to Paris?
I cannot endure your going.
Judging from the look of the sky, it is going to snow.
I'm afraid the bank is going to repossess my house.
We're going out for a meal on Friday.
We are going to make up for lost time by taking a short cut.
Education means something more than going to school.
They say we're going to get high winds.
I prefer staying home to going fishing.
How is it going in the fish market?
I'm going to speak to you with utmost candor so I want you to take everything I'm about to say at face value.
We're doing the same old routine: going bar hopping and then to karaoke.
The rescue workers are going to hand out supplies to the victims of the earthquake.
Urgent business prevented him from going.
Urgent business kept me from going shopping with you.
Urgent business kept him from going to the concert.
A sudden illness prevented him from going there.
A sudden illness prevented me from going to the station to meet him.
Come on! We're going to be late.
Be more careful. Rushing through things is going to ruin your work.
Where are you going on vacation?
Where are you going to go on your vacation?
One question was what I was going to be.
There's no telling what kind of trouble this proposal might stir up. The result is certainly going to be something to see.
I think I'm going to faint.
The barometer is falling. It is going to rain.
How many pieces of carry-on are you going to take?
It is essential to keep calm in a time of crisis and avoid going haywire.
By mistake I boarded a train going in the opposite direction.
It's going to clear up soon.
I didn't think you were going to make it.
What I like best is going on Ferris wheels.
It's difficult to get the car going on cold mornings.
One student says the purge is still going on in China and terror is widespread.
What are you going to do after you leave school?
He was going to school.
I'm going to join the school orchestra.
I'm afraid we're going to be late for school.
While I was going to school, I was caught in a shower.
What is the principle reason for going to school?
Instead of going to school, he stayed at home.
You are not going to make it in time for school.
I'm going to make enlarged copies.
Altogether, things are going well.
I don't feel like going out.
I have to do my homework instead of going out.
Are you going to pull curfew on me?
Make sure to turn off all the lights before going out.
Mary's dream of going abroad finally became a reality.
I'm thinking of going abroad.
Shine your shoes before going out.
I feel like going out.
Watch your step in going down the stairs.
I'm going to France to study painting.
It's going to be six dollars because it's international.
The number of students going abroad to study is increasing each year.
The number of Japanese going overseas has been increasing year by year.