LINGUISTICS & CULTURE
|Data:||02/MAR/2013 8:04 PM|
|Assunto:||dialog com going to|
The context is a person was checking out a hotel :
Please, sign in this paper. Here is your expenses, sir.
Is tax included?
Yes, it is. Can I arrange a taxi for you ?
No, thanks. A friend of mine is going to drive me to the airport.
Is this dialog correct ? Is the use of going to is correct or is it better to use present continuous A friend of mine is driving me ... or should I use : A friend of mine is going to pick me up and drive to the airport. A friend of mine is going to drive me to the airport.
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