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'Going to' is auxiliary verb mainly used to refer to future events, plans and intentions or to make predictions based on present evidence. We use 'going to' when we give commands or state that something is obligatory.
'Going to' is pure auxiliary and is used along with other auxiliaries to show future actions or expectations.
"Auxiliary-cum-verbs" are :
These 11 auxiliaries are also used as verbs, therefore, they are called Auxiliary–cum–verbs.
These are used to form Tenses. ( Please refer Tense Table).
"Pure Auxiliary verbs" are :
These 20 auxiliaries only support normal verbs, therefore, they are called Pure Auxiliary Verbs. They are also called Models or Model Auxiliary Verbs.