Frases y oraciones de ejemplo

before going   (antes de ir)

They lost all 11 games before going out of business.

Ichigo and the others attend before going home.

De Cruz was a psychologist before going into showbiz.

going through   (ir a través)

The shopping area is going through major rebuilding.

At that time, the theatre was going through hardship.

"I felt that he was going through some kind of a crisis.

not going   (no voy)

[Tyson Nam] is not going to make or break the UFC.

"It is something that is he not going to let pass."

It's not going to work against Melania Trump."

going back   (volver)

Things are going back in a very healthy direction.

So the role was a lot like going back to my past."

He joined Inoki and Shibata in going back to JWA.

going down   (bajando)

But nowadays, the support for Flamurtari has been going down.

She said she had "cut herself and blood was going down her arms."

These sediments are deposited on the rock unit that is going down.

going up

Three tigers are going up against eleven buffaloes.

"Then enrollment started going up at our schools.

Spirit looked to take the final map after going up 12-3 at the half.

going to get

"I would tell [her] I was going to get pregnant."

Of course the kids are going to get more disruptive."

Furthermore, Smith, not Jones, is going to get the job.

going undrafted

He was signed by the Miami Dolphins after going undrafted in 2012.

He signed with the Texans after going undrafted in the 2018 NFL Draft.

Carter signed with the Vikings after going undrafted in the 2016 NFL Draft.

going so

Since joining Dan, Iceman has matured considerably, going so far as to forgive Falcon.

As soon as stuff stopped going so perfectly, I was like, 'I know what to do with this energy.

The well-known artist has fallen into oblivion, things are not going so well as in the old days.

going so far

Since joining Dan, Iceman has matured considerably, going so far as to forgive Falcon.

The translator becomes obsessed with the imagery, going so far as to see himself depicted within the ancient work.

Bill has gone more into darkness, going so far as to control the Authority and injure Jessica and put her in a cage.

what was going   (que estaba pasando)

[...] I saw for one second what was going to happen.

Soon they were trying to figure out what was going on.

I actually can't imagine what was going through his mind."

what is going

Some songs are about what is going on within the roda.

Christina asks what is going on between them.

One day, they hear a gun shot and go to see what is going on.

going to make   (va a hacer)

[Tyson Nam] is not going to make or break the UFC.

Both the players were going to make A$2.4 million.

We're definitely going to make it rewarding either way."

going to take

I'm going to take your head off and spit in it."

It wasn't like I said, OK, I'm going to take charge."

I am going to take revenge this way and then go to the asylum."

going forward   (avanzando)

Sam will be welcome on our air going forward."

We wish him and his family nothing but the best going forward."

However, as Jim has yet to tell Pam, Darryl says he should before going forward.

originally going

The album was originally going to be called "Roadworks".

The tournament was originally going to be hosted in Venezuela.

"Spider in the Snow" was originally going to have real strings.

going to happen   (va a pasar)

It's going to happen, whether you like it or not."

[...] I saw for one second what was going to happen.

When it became clear it was going to happen, it was sad.

going as far

Ngugi also discusses Kenya's past, going as far back as 1896, when Kenya was "annexed" by the British.

The United States did not want to get involved, only going as far as suggesting the possibility of arbitration.

The emperor repeatedly sought his counsel, going as far as visiting him incognito at the monastery in Psamathia.

still going   (sigue yendo)

Enniskillen RFC was founded in 1925 and is still going.

This activity is still going on during 2010.

He discovers that the virtual reality is still going on.

going off   (irse)

Andrew's device was still going off and he was captured by Kim.

He thought the sport was cool because of the lights going off at each hit.

Denny Hamlin and Kyle Busch both struggled, going off track numerous times.

even going

As a result, JVC cut its budgets and restructured its video division - even going as far as shelving the VHS project.

In fact, Bryson recounts how he really was uninterested in getting up before noon, thus not even going to school very often.

In this version, George and Kathy calmly leave the house, with George even going back into the house to grab some pairs of clothes.

proceeds going   (procede yendo)

It was a charity single with proceeds going to the NSPCC.

4: Artists Against Youth Homelessness", with proceeds going to the National Network for Youth.

In 2011 he auctioned off over 150 items at a New York auction with proceeds going to his Crossroads Centre.

going to work   (yendo a trabajar)

It's not going to work against Melania Trump."

She got half way up the Amazon and said 'this is not going to work'.

That is not going to work.

without going

It helps the people to avail all the basic needs without going anywhere.

Brasília, without going through organic growth from a village to a town.

They reconsidered their decision and went home without going ahead with the abortion.

going to go

It was a matter though that wasn't going to go away.

She tells Chuck that she's going to go look for Quinn.

I'm going to go ahead, commit and live out a fantasy."

going well   (va bien)

At first the situation seems to be going well.

Meanwhile, the landings were not going well.

Meanwhile, Kate is on a blind date that is not going well.

going against   (ir en contra)

There's too much going against us.

Rudra Chatterjee has spent his life going against social convention.

Another storyline on the card features Rob Van Dam going against Magnus.

am going   (voy)

I am going a far journey to be away from them.

"But if I don't, then I am going to see it as a failure.

I am going to take revenge this way and then go to the asylum."

going around   (dando vueltas)

Royer decides to try going around the ambush, but is killed by the waiting soldiers.

The first was the 2016 European Grand Prix, with the track going around the old city.

The group also did things like tying shoelaces, playing limbo and going around a pole.

going home   (ir a casa)

Ichigo and the others attend before going home.

Getting it in the auction meant going home empty-handed.

Yoshino asks what he means by "going home."

s going

It’s going to be very useful from a research point of view."

It’s going to be another cold game, too.

They sing about what’s going on.

s going

It’s going to be very useful from a research point of view."

It’s going to be another cold game, too.

They sing about what’s going on.

going to die   (va a morir)

Frau Benjamenta tells Jakob she is going to die.

He was not a man who was going to die in his bed of old age".

People are going to die."

going towards

The platform was on the right of trains going towards Launceston.

It is down a short street off the road going towards Florence Falls.

Monsoon, 1971 of helpless people was going towards the liberated zone.

never going

"History is never going to be finished, said Cronin.

5 and never going above this position.

This race was never going to prove who was the fastest in the world.

re going   (vamos)

They’re going to hear about the peace tradition.

Juan Beníquez, grab a bat, you’re going to hit.

They’re going to run into it headlong.

re going   (vamos)

They’re going to hear about the peace tradition.

Juan Beníquez, grab a bat, you’re going to hit.

They’re going to run into it headlong.

keep going   (sigue adelante)

Along the way Georgia has doubts but Peter wants to keep going.

Cassy tells Josh to keep going and gives herself up to Hunter Amazon.

I guess we just keep going".

up going

I ended up going, mostly for correcting my name.

Max and Ely do end up going to a film together.

He ended up going to the University of Alabama.

going to kill

“I’m going to kill that son of a bitch.

I’m going to kill that motherfucker.

"He didn't wake up one day and say 'I'm going to kill 27 people.'

going to play   (yendo a jugar)

Now I am going to play a cold piano with cold hands," Brubeck stated.

He was going to play Wolverine in the feature film version of "X-Men".

I said "If I'm not going to lead, then I'm not going to play the part."

going to school   (ir a la escuela)

He read fluently and frequently before going to school.

He spent his early years going to school in his birth city.

She never knew if she would be able to continue going to school.

then going   (luego ir)

I was then going at 40 or 50 miles an hour.

A bishop on c1 can go to h4, by moving from c1 to a3, and then going up and left from a3 to h4.

The girl is shown in sitting alone in a church, then going outside to run through the woods with a boy.

just going   (simplemente yendo)

I thought it was just going on within me.

This precaution brought back a crowd just going to quarters.

In one entry he states: "I'm just going to have to kill her.

instead of going   (en lugar de ir)

Other prisoners were burned, instead of going to Fort Monroe as ordered.

It was a really hopeful time, and things were going up instead of going down.

He was then 38 years old, and instead of going in first-wicket-down as he did for his club, batted at nine and 10.

going to see

"But if I don't, then I am going to see it as a failure.

The prince insisted on going to see it.

We are now going to see the consequences of that with what Jenny is going to do.

going away   (va a desaparecer)

The film ends with Kedarnath going away.

It is not going away.

Frances is torn between going away with her father or leaving the country on vacation with Erica.

going beyond

An expert going beyond their ability should not be given any value.

It started including more news stories and going beyond just functioning as a paper of record.

In the event of the fundraiser going beyond the set goal, OUYA support was also mentioned at $300,000.

when going   (cuando va)

My one idea when going into bat was to make runs for Australia."

He didn't have any experience when going into the war but he still went in with an open mind and a kind heart.

He does admit that he had to learn quite a bit when going professional because he never had long amateur career.

going to give

They did all this for me and I was going to give it up.

I'm not going to give Bennie's number out."

He was originally going to give Spike an eye patch, but the producers vetoed it.

going to war   (ir a la guerra)

John had passed his estates to his son, another Uchtred, before going to war.

The news makes Gary and Anna even more anxious about potentially going to war.

And yet the primary rationales for going to war-- WMDs and Saddam Hussein's links to Al Qaeda, have been proven false.

even going so

Fenby was a devout Catholic and Delius hated Christianity, even going so far as to say that Fenby should not go to the local chapel but visit one further away.

Because all coloring was done by hand, the patron could request simple, cheap color, or more expensive, elaborate color, even going so far as silver or gold gilding.

Labeling requirements initially operated on a state level with some states even going so far as to require that cocaine and cocaine-containing products be labeled as poison.

before going up

He was schooled at Rugby before going up to Balliol College, Oxford.

Evans was educated privately before going up to St Hugh's College, Oxford to read Archaeology.

Ruffell was born at Lambeth and was educated at Harrow School, before going up to Durham University.

always going

It's always going to be the same."

He said, "I am always going to have anger because of how he did me.

It is always going to be there.

lead going   (liderar)

Na'Vi took a strong 9-1 lead going into the 11th round.

England held a 3–0 lead going into the final Fifth Test at The Oval.

The conversion gave the Chiefs a 27–6 lead going into the final quarter of the game.

going undefeated

In his first international post, he helped Costa Rica win the 2003 UNCAF Nations Cup, going undefeated.

The Senior Boys Football team won the 2010 championships after going undefeated throughout the whole season .

Team Liquid and Ninjas in Pyjamas were placed in a third pool for going undefeated in the New Challengers stage.

going to come

Hornsby said, "We're going to come through winners.

Pretty soon I realized, where's the money going to come from?

I'd get people telling me they were going to come to my house with bats to tear my ACL.

going concern   (Preocupación continua)

There is evidence of a sale in 1778 of the Mill as a going concern.

The company became "synonymous with sporting goods" and is still a going concern.

By the turn of the 20th century, the railway was a going concern and made its mark on the world stage.

going to win

He promised reporters, "We're going to win tomorrow night.".

You do not know how much money we are going to win," he added.

With him now, I have no doubt that we're going to win in our division.

kept going

The debate simply rebounded and kept going after the 2d.

I kept going back and he kept beating me.

The orbit kept going lower and lower until it re-entered on July 4, 1968.

going ahead   (adelante)

There is confirmation that the raid is still going ahead.

They soon start getting doubts about going ahead with their suicides.

Despite the storyline going ahead, Fiona never returned to the street.

now going

We are now going to see the consequences of that with what Jenny is going to do.

The airport taxiways are now going through a major renovation that should be completed next year.

April becomes angry, thinking that Marion, like others before her, is now going to leave her life.

started going

"Then enrollment started going up at our schools.

Slowly she started going back to her first love: painting.

I started going to classes to try to get rid of my accent.

eventually going

Some versions have the golem eventually going on a murderous rampage.

Raimi brainstormed several ideas, eventually going with "The Evil Dead", deemed the "least worst" title.

At first, a team is sent in to secretly survey the restaurant, with Ramsay eventually going undercover inside.

going north

He took 13 hours on the southbound journey, 11 hours going north.

Both departed the Battery at 11 AM going north with the tide against them, for 30 miles they were neck and neck.

The last is a picturesque trip starting in the south of the Black Forest going north and includes numerous old wineries and tiny villages.

really going

...we are really going to have world peace!

I want to sing about what people are really going through…".

It means that in future, period productions are really going to struggle".

going to use

Batman deduces that the ALA is going to use Earth's computer network to destroy our planet.

Dunye decided that she was going to use her work to create a story for black women in early films.

Beethoven, in contrast, wrestled mightily with his themes, adjusting them to fit the musical form he was going to use.

going to leave   (va a dejar)

Saying "If we're going to leave, we should leave."

I'm going to leave it at that."

Out on a stroll, Alexei said significantly, 'I feel that this winter you're going to leave me.'

m going

I’m going with two and a half stars," she added.

But then, I’m going, 'Hey, Alanis says the f-word in hers.'

“I’m going to kill that son of a bitch.

m going

I’m going with two and a half stars," she added.

But then, I’m going, 'Hey, Alanis says the f-word in hers.'

“I’m going to kill that son of a bitch.

before going back   (antes de volver)

Woodson High School, before going back to RFK Stadium in 1977.

Lucia before going back to Talk N Text at the start of the 2010-11 PBA Season.

He then moved to Orlando with JJ before going back home and attending Virginia Tech.

going bankrupt

Mecke, and became available to Windmuller on Mecke's going bankrupt.

During the 1980s Ternana played between Serie C1 and Serie C2, before going bankrupt on 12 December 1987.

Film executive Pat Powers attended the party and asked Ray, "... how can you do this if you're going bankrupt tomorrow?

only going   (solo va)

No matter what we decide, we're only going to lose.

Lotu-Iiga responded: "People don't want a politician who's only going to meetings.

From here there was only going to be one winner as Smith landed double eight to complete a famous comeback.

going to say

He never knew exactly what he was going to say, therefore everything would come out of his mouth very alive."

For his part, Frye praised Abbott, going to say the match featured the hardest hits he received in his entire career.

"If she does not win, she is going to say that she doesn't wish to have her name on the programme as a designer of the setting."

going straight   (seguir derecho)

SR 49 then enters Erin shortly afterwards, going straight through downtown before having an intersection with SR 149.

It features four major summits, with the trail going straight up and down the fall line into the gaps between, with all the rugged terrain that implies.

With the new television deals on the horizon, momentum has been growing to find ways of preventing the majority of the cash going straight to players and agents.

going to college

Taft is a GRAD Cincinnati school, which helps students focus on the goal of going to college.

In addition to going to college for free, students also receive student grants from the government.

He and Charlie then reveal to Jason that they are going to college and leaving him, as he didn't apply.

going to marry

He later claimed, "I knew she was the girl I was going to marry."

And in the same interview, he says that he is going to marry someone he loves.

They end up at the bar, where "Policia" tells Mario that he and Amor are going to marry.

road going   (camino que va)

“the road going through San Casciano towards Siena and Rome”).

The road going homologation version (4T-GTEU, 200 built) produces .

It is just off the main road going from Newmarket to Ely, the A142.

going public   (hacerlo público)

GNC became the Franklin Mint in 1965, shortly after going public.

David Broaddrick had opposed her going public with her rape story in 1999.

Companies going public and their initial consumer stockholders are both defrauded by this practice.

going to change

"Quantum information is going to change your life.

"I'm not going to change his style.

The schoolkids go on to imagine how they are going to change their lives.

going too

The war was not going too well for Serbia in the autumn of 1915.

Sara pushes him away and runs away while Måns yells at Ynge for going too far.

The other four cars, going too fast to be able to stop, follow it over the precipice.

going to start

Also this year, a brand new women's division is going to start.

It is going to start on Zindagi channel in India under same subtitle.

", and he replied: Well, we're going to start in a couple weeks with our budget adjustment bill.

people going

Robinson then asks, "Who are most people going to think of besides the Catholic Church?"

"This film is all about a bunch of people going bananas, yet, it doesn't leave you in splits.

Filling a plane with items or people going to the same destination will net a 25% bonus on each item.

without going through

Brasília, without going through organic growth from a village to a town.

They also do not allow any egg products to be sold without going through the process of pasteurization.

Some peasants seized land without going through the legal channels, believing that the law provided them with a mandate.

going to try

At that the response was, "We are going to try."

So we're going to try and write it this year."

Am I going to try anyway?

going along

"; Idiomatic: "Are you going along?").

SR 215 ends at Kentucky while US 51 keeps going along the Purchase Parkway.

Wood believed in honor and wasn't going along with it, only having a care about making money.

all going   (todo va)

In the end over £300 was raised, all going to the survivors and to the next of kin of the dead.

Authorities suspected that they cried because they knew that they were all going to blow themselves up in the next day and that they were reluctant to die.

The winter holidays arrive, with Masahiko, his best friend Yuya, Kyoko and her little sister Asuka (who is in love with Masahiko) all going on a skiing holiday.

going to become   (va a ser)

The gap between rich and poor is going to become colossal.

Systems of surveillance and control are going to become even more perverse.

At the Big data era, semantic processing is going to become major IT process.

going strong

What started Siegel and Shuster nearly a century ago is still going strong today.

The EBBA is still going strong 52 years later, having mentored thousands of young ballplayers.

By 1996, the DR2700 had given the locals 30 years of impeccable service, and was still going strong in 1997.

going south

Often going south for days or weeks at a time, he was able to avoid immediate re-internment.

Price, after going south from Kansas City, was initially met by Pleasonton at Marais des Cygnes.

After a time, a quarrel arose, and the brothers fought and separated, Mommóm going south, Yaburóng west, and Berrúġ keeping along the coast.

going on sale

Within an hour of the tickets going on sale Bros had sold out 14 shows.

The tour was announced on July 15, with tickets going on sale the following day.

All dates of Madonna's Drowned World Tour sold out within minutes of going on sale.

going all

Only a few were going all the way to California.

The legs should look straight going all the way down.

The main "Autobahnen" going all across Germany have single digit numbers.

going to let

"It is something that is he not going to let pass."

Are we going to let this narrow water deter us?"

"He's not going to let Georgia beat us."

going to put

1 target – we're going to put everyone behind it."

We're going to put ourselves out there.

She was going to put into the Western Islands to effect repairs.

ever going

Don't think I'm ever going to be that dumb."

He had no intentions of ever going back, but he is soon persuaded.

You always hope, but you just don’t know if it's ever going to happen."

going to end

I don't know where I'm going to end up and who I'm going to encounter en route."

Like she didn't know sleeping with Paul Robinson was going to end in a world of hurt."

Originally the producers were going to end the original Herb episode with Herb saying "I have an idea!"

things going

Then it was Shaggy and his one-man fan club keeping things going until 7 am.

Stranded in Mumbai, he and his friends open a Pav Stall to keep things going.

Happiness comes from the word "happenstance" which relates to things going on outside of you.

ended up going

I ended up going, mostly for correcting my name.

He ended up going to the University of Alabama.

He ended up going on three-day drug and alcohol bender due to depression he was suffering because of back injury.

coming and going

Or that she was coming and going in and out of his house.

However, student and staff population fluctuates with the coming and going of missionaries each year.

Pocklington Rugby Club was formed in 1928 following nearly half a century of Pocklington-based teams coming and going.

going to tell

Bella is finally going to tell her side of the story in court.

Then I found out she could write and it was like, 'What else are you going to tell me, that you’re also Van Gogh?'

Laura wrote that BOB was a friend of her father, and in another entry wrote, "Someday I'm going to tell the world about Ben Horne."