Presentation on theme: "Ir a + infinitive Telling the future. The verb IR has 2 uses. Ir = to go, destination Voy al cine. = I go to the movies. Vamos al parque. = Were going."— Presentation transcript:
Ir a + infinitive Telling the future
The verb IR has 2 uses. Ir = to go, destination Voy al cine. = I go to the movies. Vamos al parque. = Were going to the park. Ir = to go, future activity Voy a bailar toda la noche. = Im going to dance all night. Van a nadar. = They are going to swim.
The Forms – highly irregular yo voy nosotros vamos tú vas él ella va Ud. ellos ellas van Uds.
Future activities To say what you are going to do IR a + infinitive Whats an infinitive? Most basic form of a verb. How many types are there? 3 What are they? -ar, -er, -ir
Future activities Break it down… Whos going to do something? form of IR What are they going to do? the infinitive And a is the glue that holds them together.
Try it out! Ramón va a esquiar. Ramón is going to ski. Sofía y Rico van a ir a la fiesta. Sofía & Rico are going to go to a party. Samuel & I are going to study. Samuel y yo vamos a estudiar. You are going to play tennis. Vas a jugar al tenis.