FUTURE with GOING TO Subject + be + going to + infinitive I am going to see a film tonight – Voy a ver una película esta noche. It’s going to rain – Va a llover. AFFIRMATIVE I’m going to swim – yo voy a nadar You’re going to swim – tú vas a nadar He’s going to swim – él va a nadar She’s going to swim - ... It’s going to swim We’re going to swim You’re going to swim They’re going to swim NEGATIVE I’m not going to swim You aren’t going to swim He isn’t going to swim etc INTERROGATIVE Am I going to swim? Are you going to swim? Is he going to swim? etc USES: * To talk about plans and intentions for the future Tomorrow I’m going to travel to London – Mañana voy a viajar a Londres. * To make predictions based on present evidence Look at those clouds! It’s going to rain! – ¡Mira esas nubes! ¡ Va a llover! FUTURE with THE PRESENT CONTINUOUS We can use the present continuous to talk about future plans. We use future time expressions with the present continuous. She's flying to Paris this evening – Ella va a volar a París esta tarde. I'm meeting James tomorrow – Me reuniré con James mañana.