Where do we use “about to”?

Hero Asked on 05/07/2018 in English Grammar.
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I GUESS  IN PAST TENSE WE USE IT WHEN SOMETHING WAS NEAR TO BE HAPPENED, BUT DID NOT.

  • THE SNAKE WAS ABOUT TO BITE HIM.

 

Promoter Answered on 10/07/2018.
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