They are going is correct.
We are going to the Jones is the correct one.
The sentence, "They are going to the beach." is correct.
'Enrollment now going on' is correct.
What are you going to draw? It is correct.
Only one sentence is correct. The correct sentence would be "He saw me going there".
The first sentence is correct.
No. The correct formulation would be "Where are you going skiing?"
No it is not, "I started going to church" would be correct
If it is a question, it should be "Where are you going ?"
He and i am going to school
No, :) The correct way to say it would be "The Kids and I are going to the game."
The phrase at the store is correct. I am going shopping at the store. You would not say, I am going shopping at store.
no its"Are you going with dad and me" no, the real answer is "are you going with dad and me" not "are you going with dad and I"
Well, it can be you are going slow, or you are going very slowly.
Yes, perfectly correct.