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Ir - Infinitive What is an infinitive? Ir = To go
Conjugation of Ir What does it mean to conjugate? Conjugations of Ir. VoyVamos Vas VaVan
To ask where someone is going Use Adónde + a conjugation or Ir.
Practice Yo Juan Ellos Raquel y Yo Tu
Im going to the library Voy a la biblioteca Shes going to the cafeteria Ella va a la cafeteria
Contractions You learned yesterday that de+el = del Another contraction that is common is – a+ el = – al
They are going to the gym Ellos van al gimnasio We are going to the hallway Nosotros vamos al pasillo
Open your textbook to page 121
IR- to go voy vamos vas vais va van
How to say you are going to do something.
Ir - To go voy – I govamos – we go vas – you go vais – you pl. go va – he goesvan – they go she goes you f/pl. go you f. go.
THE VERB ir.
To come… The Verb IR.
REGULAR VERBS Verbs whose INFINITIVES end in -ar follow a pattern.
ALC 4 viernes el 22 de enero. objetivo Review ir conjugations Places notes and flash cards Review regular verb conjugations.
ALC 3 jueves el 21 de enero. OBJETIVO Make flash cards of places. Learn to conjugate the verb ir. Practice saying where you are going. Verb conjugation.
Page 43 Realidades 2 The Verb IR REGULAR VERBS Verbs whose INFINITIVES end in -ar follow a pattern.
ANTE TODO The verb ir (to go) is irregular in the present tense.
IR + A + INFINITIVE.
Ir + A. Expresses the NEAR FUTURE Going to (do something) Examples: I am going to go to the mall. He is going to go the bank. We are going to go to the.
The verb “ir” = to go Él va = He goes, He’s going
Ir a with Infinitives.
The Verb IR + A + Infinitive REGULAR VERBS Verbs whose INFINITIVES end in -ar follow a pattern.
Craig Thomas B.A.. VERB STRUCTURE “Yo” First Person“Nosotros”1 st Person Plural “Tú” 2 nd Person Familiar “Ellos/Ellas” 3 rd Person Plural “Ustedes” 2.
Ir - to go ir a + infinitive - to be going to. ‘Ir’ is an irregular verb. Normally you would remove the‘ir’ infinitive ending, which leaves the stem.
Present Tense of the verbs “ir ” (to go) and “jugar” (to play)
Ir with Infinitives Spanish 1- Chapter 4.
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