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Anonymous:Is the following correct?
E.g.: I'm going to go to beach.
Possible to have two "go"s in this sentence?
Anonymous(The article "the" is needed)
The tense is correct: It's the so called "going-to-Future".
The 1st "to" (I'm going TO go to the beach) is part of the following infinitive "go";
the 2nd "to" (I'm going to go TO the beach) is a preposition, expressing movement towards the beach.
I'm going to going the beach
No, 'going to' must be followed by the base form of the verb:
I'm going to go to the beach
I'm going to cook dinner
Best wishes, Clive
Anonymous:It's not very common to see this kind of sentece: "going to go", but it's not wrong.
Let's just think about the structure that is : to be going to + verb. So, as I say "I'm going to dance." I can also say "I'm going to go to the beach." But as I said, that's not very common, we usually say "I'm going to the beach"
Hope I've helped
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