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    Question about 'I am going to killed' ?!

    I met the sentences "I am going to killed" yesterday. At first I thought it was totally incorrect, but then I searched the internet and found that many people are using the phrase "to + past participle". So I am not sure whether it is a kind of informal English or not. Thank you.


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    Re: Question about 'I am going to killed' ?!

    "I am going to killed"
    Should be "I am going to be killed" or "I am going to get killed" or "I am going to kill".
    Last edited by Temico; 05-Sep-2005 at 09:51.

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    Re: Question about 'I am going to killed' ?!

    Welcome, diki_chan.
    Quote Originally Posted by diki_chan
    I searched the internet and found that many people are using the phrase "to + past participle".
    Could you show us a few the examples you found?

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