I’m trying to…
This expression is used to tell someone that you are attempting to accomplish something. After I’m trying, we use a to-infinitive.
I’m trying to quit smoking.
I’m trying to get a new job.
He’s trying to go abroad.
I’m trying to learn cycling.
I’m trying to learn typing.
I’m trying to learn cooking.
I’m trying to eat healthy.
He is trying to impress her.
She’s trying to lose weight.
I’m trying to be a good mother.
He’s trying to improve his personality.
I’m trying to improve my English.
I’m trying to improve my communication skills.
Talking about your plans
Use the following structure to talk about your plans.
I’m gonna + (verb)
The word ‘gonna’ is incorrect grammatically. It is the conversational equivalent of ‘going to’.
Here are some examples:
I’m gonna get a new job. (=I’m going to get a new job.)
He’s gonna get married. (= He’s going to get married.)
I’m gonna have some tea. (= I am going to have some tea.)
I’m gonna apply for that job.
I’m gonna ask her out until she says Yes.
I’m gonna watch a movie.
She’s gonna quit her job.
He’s gonna file a complaint.