Be Going in a sentence

How to use Be Going in a Sentence?

  • Something must be going wrong.
  • He did not live to be going on being living.
  • She thought it must be going to rain.
  • Could she be going to see some friend who was dying?
  • Her mind seemed to be going back.

Short Example Sentence for Be Going

  • Ought you to be going there?
  • Suppose he should be going to ask her to do it again!
  • Had we better be going?
  • Where could he be going?
  • I must be going now.
  • Where could he be going to?
  • But we must be going now.
  • I must be going now.
  • Where could we be going to?
  • And now we ought to be going on.
  • It was time to be going.
  • So you must be going.
  • Even now he might be going.
  • Things seemed to be going well with him.
  • We seemed to be going backward.
  • But it is time for us to be going.
  • Surely his brain must be going!
  • Then let us be going.
  • If so, she will be going off to him.
  • She might be going to her death.
  • I think we had better be going now.
  • It was time for them to be going home!
  • But it is time for us to be going.
  • You seem to be going my way.
  • Some of us will be going to seek for her.
  • The horses must be going out.
  • It is time for me to be going back.
  • She must be going to stay with him.
  • And you ought to be going home.
  • We must be going back again.
  • Let us be going home.
  • Everything appeared to be going his way.
  • Certainly she could not be going far.
  • Everything seemed to be going well with him.
  • I must be going mad!