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Types of Verbs Infinitive Verbs Auxiliary Verbs
Can Be Been Being May Will Shall Should Might Could
Would Must Never Dare Need Keep Kept Used to Ought to Going to
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AUXILIARY VERB - "GOING TO"
Uses of - GOING TO
 
Going to is pure auxiliary and is used along with other auxiliaries to show future actions or expectations and thus they support normal verb.
 
Examples
I am going to appear for an interview.  
When are you going to come next?  
Are some workers going to form a union?  
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Types of Verbs Infinitive Verbs Auxiliary Verbs
Can Be Been Being May Will Shall Should Might Could
Would Must Never Dare Need Keep Kept Used to Ought to Going to
Question Tags Yes/No Questions Regular Verbs Irregular Verbs