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Making Plan and Intention

Using “be going to” and “would like to”

BASIC COMPETENCIES :

3.3 Menganalisis fungsi sosial, struktur teks, dan unsur kebahasaan teks interaksi transaksional lisan
dan tulis yang melibatkan tindakan memberi dan meminta informasi terkait niat melakukan suatu
tindakan/kegiatan, sesuai dengan konteks penggunaannya. (Perhatikan unsur kebahasaan be going to,
would like to)

4.3 Menyusun teks interaksi transaksional lisan dan tulis pendek dan sederhana yang melibatkan
tindakan memberi dan meminta informasi terkait niat melakukan suatu tindakan/kegiatan, dengan
memperhatikan fungsi sosial, struktur teks, dan unsur kebahasaan yang benar dan sesuai konteks
penggunaannya

TOPICS : GOOD PLAN

CLASS/SEMESTER : X/1

OBJECTIVES :

In this chapter you will learn

1. The social function of expressions to tell future plan and intentions


2. The structure of expressions to tell future plan and intentions
3. The language features of expressions to tell future plan and intentions.
4. How to express future plan and intentions using the modals “be going to” and would like to”.
5. How to make sentences using the modals “be going to” and would like to”.
6. How to make transactional dialogs of future plans and intentions using the modals “be going to”
and would like to”.
What are you going
to be someday?

I am going to be a professional
teacher when I grow up.
Modal “would like to”

“would like to” is a polite way to say “I want” in English


We use would like to say politely what we want, especially when making offers and requests.
For example:
“ I would like to be a teacher”
“I would like to buy a ticket please” is polite and friendly
“I want to buy a ticket” is less polite because “I want” sound somewhat direct and curt.

Subject + would like to


for example “I would like to
be a teacher.”

Modal “be going to”

1. Intentions
We use “be going to” to talk about future plans and intentions. Usually, the decision about
the future plans has already been made.
For example:
- She’s going to be a professional teacher when she grows up.
- I’m going to watch “venom” movie next week.

2. Predictions
We use “be going to” to predict something that we think is certain to happen or which we
have evidence for now.
For example:
- It’s going to rain again soon. (The speaker can probably see dark snow clouds.)
- Look out! He’s going to break that glass.
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The form of “be going to”

We use: be (is, am, are) going to + verb1

For example:
- I’m going to present my procedure text about “how to create an ombre lips”
- I’m going to be difficult to get a job during the summer as the tourist industry is suffering
from economic downturn.
The positive and negative structures for “be going to” are as follows:
Positive Negative
I’m going to I am not going to
You are going to You are not going to
He is going to He is not going to
She is going to She is not going to
It is going to It is not going to
We are going to We are not going to
Dialogue
Sarah : Hello Ali, what are you going to do this weekend?
Ali : Hello, I am going to visit my grandmother in Jakarta. How about you?
Sarah : Well, I still do not have any plan for the weekend.
Ali : Why don’t you go to the museum?
Sarah : That is a good idea. But, I have to do my assignment first. Have you done your
assignment?
Ali : No, I have not, I’d like to do them this evening.
Sarah : Well, can we do together?
Ali : Yes, of course.
Sarah : Okay, great. I will go to your house at 4 P.M then.
Ali : I will be waiting for.

WRITING ACTIVITIES

ACTIVITY 1
Answer the questions based on the picture

1. What would she like to be someday?

_______________________________________________

_______________________________________________

2. What would she like to achieve someday?

_______________________________________________

_______________________________________________
3. What would he like to do today?

_______________________________________________

_______________________________________________

ACTIVITY 2
Write the verbs in brackets in the “be going to” tense and complete the sentences

1. I _______________ (think) more about people in need.


2. Rina _______________ (not/use) her dad’s laptop without asking him first.
3. My friends and I ________________ (listen) to the radio more often.
4. Our grandparents _______________ (take) us on holiday with them this year.
5. I __________________ (eat) less junk food.

ACTIVITY 3
Fill in the blanks with modal be going to or would like to

1. When _____________________To visit us?


2. This part of the city looks dangerous! I _________________________be here when it’s dark!
3. ___________________________see him later today.
4. They _______________________launch it next month.
5. We ________________________have lunch first.
6. ___________________________to come to my house for dinner.
7. I __________________________ work with animals in the future.
8. I __________________________any more tea, thank you.
9. I __________________________ to talk in front of class today.
10. When I retire I ___________________ go back to Bandung to live.
11. In ten years from now, I _______________________ be a boss in my own successful company.
12. Look out! That cup __________________ fall.
13. Look at those black clouds. It _________________rain soon.

ACTIVITY 4

Correct the incorrect sentences. There is one correct sentence!

1. I'm going to meeting Tina at eight o'clock tomorrow morning.


……………………………………………………………………………………………..
2. We're fly to Amsterdam tomorrow.
……………………………………………………………………………………………..
3. My cousin going to buy a new mobile soon.
…………………………………………………………………………………………….
4. Are you to watch the concert on TV tonight?
…………………………………………………………………………………………….
5. I'm going not to eat this cheese pie. It smells horrible.
……………………………………………………………………………………………..
6. My sister is getting married next month.
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ACTIVITY 5
ACTIVITIE 6
Task 1: Read aloud the following conversation. Take turns with your classmates doing the roles. Then,
answer the questions following that.

A long weekend is coming. Riri, Santi, and Bayu are talking about their holiday plans. Pay attention to the
pronunciation and intonation of the dialog below.

Riri : It will be a long weekend soon. Do you have any plans?

Santi : Uhm, I’m not sure. I don’t have any idea yet. I think I might stay at home.

Bayu : Stay at home? Well, you could do something more interesting!

Santi : So, what about you Bayu? Do you have any plans?

Bayu : Definitely! My dad and I are going to go fishing.

Santi : Fishing? Are you going to go fishing in the river near your house?

Bayu : No. We plan to go fishing in a lake near my uncle’s house. Would you like to come with us? Santi
: Fishing? That sounds great. But I would rather stay at home than go fishing.

Bayu : What about you, Riri? What would you like to do on the long weekend?

Riri : I have made a plan with my mother about what to do on this long weekend. We are going to
practice baking cookies.

Santi : That sounds like a very good plan!

Bayu : Are you going to bake Choco chips cookies like the last time?

Riri : Well, yes. That is my favorite. But we will also try to make ginger cookies.

Santi : Lucky you. Your mom is a real baker, isn’t she?

Bayu : Ha ha, ha. Do you still want to stay home alone?

Riri : Or, would you like to join me to learn baking cookies? You can come to my house.

Bayu : It’s a good idea! Or will you go fishing with me and my dad?

Santi : I think I would like to bake cookies with Riri. Thanks for inviting me, Riri.

Riri : No problem. I will tell you the time on Friday.

Santi : Thanks a lot. I can’t wait to join you.

Bayu : Have a nice long weekend, everyone. Riri,

Santi : You too


ACTIVITY 7
Make up short dialogue about plan or intention using “be going to” and “would like to” !