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    Default I'm going to a store to buy something.

    Can this mean a future action? Or to mean that, does it have to be "I'm going to go to a store" only?

    9)I'm going to a store to buy something.

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    Default Re: I'm going to a store to buy something.

    It could be a future or a present action. Context will tell us.

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    Default Re: I'm going to a store to buy something.

    You don't need to add 'to go'.

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