“He is go to school” grammatical error

I have a sentence, He is go to school. and although He, is and go, all are in singular form. I am not sure why He is going to school sounds more accurate than He is go to school.

Can anyone suggest what grammar error it exactly violates in doing so?


He is go to school. The person who wrote it may have made a mistake by omitting TO:

He IS TO GO TO school (correct grammar). Which could be translated as “he should go school”. If not, then of course it must be: He is going to school.
Present Continuous form.

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