Present continuous and 'going to' for talking about the future: http://bbc.in/1ELIwdv
The phrase going to is often used to talk about the future. I'm going to have lunch. However, in normal, spoken English, we often say gonna.
Watch this video to hear how gonna is pronounced. When you talk to people listen to how they say going to.
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