WHERE ARE YOU GOING

This is a model conversation between a Mother and her child. It uses present continuous to ask the question.
There are two model answers given.
1. I’m going to
2. I want to (using the infinitive of the verb (to study)
Where are you going?
I’m going to school of course.
What for?
I want to study and learn
But it’s Sunday. Did you forget?
Huh, really, are you kidding me?
No school today. You silly billy Bing Bong!
Never mind. I’m going to sleep again.
All right then. But where are you going?
I’m going to the cinema.
Oh no! Wait for me! I want to come too.
Hurry up then. I’m leaving right now!
WHERE ARE YOU GOING?
I’m going to the cinema.
What for?
I want to watch a film.

I’m going to the library.
What for?
I want to borrow a book.

I’m going to Bandung city.
What for?
I want to visit my Grandmother
I’m going to my bedroom.
What for?
I want to sleep. I’m tired.

I’m going home.
What for?
I want to chill out and relax.

I’m going to the station.
What for?
I want to catch a train.
I’m going shopping?
What for?
I want to buy some groceries.

I’m going to see the Doctor.
What for?
I’m unwell. I want to get some medicine.

I’m going to the Bank.
What for?
I want to withdraw some money.

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