How to pronounce 'going' in UK english? As per phonetics 'go' is pronounced as 'go-v' So when we add 'ing' whether we have to pronounce it 'go-v-ing'or just 'going'?
I do not know what you mean by "As per phonetics 'go' is pronounced as 'go-v'".
I can think of no English accent in which "go" has a /v/ (voiced labiodental fricative) sound.
However, in many accents the vowel in 'go' is a diphthong, in which the second element is a mid-high rounded approximant /ʊ/ (roughly, the vowel in 'look' or 'put'): is that what you mean? In those accents, the diphthong remains in 'going'.
It's goin', put less stress on last 'g'. Here's a link that you can refer to listen it ,click here