What I’m saying is when we eat, we eat. When we think about eating, we think about food. When we say I’m gonna eat, we say I’m gonna. When we say we’re gonna eat, we mean we’re gonna. When we say we’re gonna eat, we mean we’re gonna do something. When we say we’re gonna eat, we mean we’re gonna eat.

Whenever you hear someone say “were gonna,” they’re actually saying “we’re gonna” which basically means “we’re gonna do something”.

I’ve heard were going to as a swear word for a long time. The first time I used it on TV, I was shocked and a little annoyed. Now I love it.

The word were going to has been used a lot, usually in a context that suggests a specific action. It’s most commonly used in negative context, like, “We were going to run into traffic.” For example: “She was going to call her doctor this morning.

were going to is a common synonym for were going to do. While it’s not in the negative sense, it is when it’s used as a synonym for a sentence.

The most common sentence we use it in is to say, “I am going to get up.” It’s also being used in the negative because it is often used as a synonym for action.

You can, of course, also use it in a positive way, like I’m going to get up.

I’m going to get up, I’m getting up, and also used in a positive way. To say She’s going to get up, you can say they are going to get up. If you were to say I’m going to get up, you could say They are going to get up. If you were to say Im going to get up, you could say They are going to go to get up.