1. Translate the sentences below:
A. I'm going to stay at home. I'm not going to travel.
>> Eu vou ficar em casa. Eu não vou viajar.
B. Are you going to buy food?
>> Você vai comprar comida?
C. He is going to help you tomorrow.
>> Ele vai te ajudar amanhã;
>> Ele vai ajudar você amanhã.
D. She isn't going to study Spanish.
>> Ele não vai estudar espanhol.
E. Is it going to rain?
>> Vai chover?
2. Translate the sentences below into English with "going to":
A. Eu vou conversar com o professor.
>> I am going to talk to the professor.
B. Eu não vou jantar hoje.
>> I am not going to have dinner today.
C. Você vai nadar no rio?
>> Are you going to swim in the river?
D. Ele vai telefonar para o gerente.
>> He is going to phone to the manager (BrE).
>> He is going to call to the manager (AmE).
E. Ela não vai contar a história.
>> She isn't going to tell the story.
F. Vai chover.
>> It is going to rain.
3. Use "going to" in place of "will":
A. I will send an email to Mary.
>> I am going to send an email to Mary.
B. You will play soccer tomorrow.
>> You are going to play soccer tomorrow.
C. Will you dance with Anna?
>> Are you going to dance with Anna?
D. I won't write a letter.
>> I am not going to write a letter.
E. I will listen to music.
>> I am not going to listen to music.