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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
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The verb “ir”. Why is the verb “ir” special? It means “to go”. It is an irregular verb in all forms. You must use “a” (means to) with the verb. If the.
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.
VoyVamos Vas ____________ VaVan “Ir”= To Go To ask someone where they are going. ◦ ¿Tú vas a la biblioteca cada día? Do you go to the library every.
The verb ir = to go Él va = He goes, Hes going Ella va = She goes, Shes going Usted va = You go, Youre going Nosotros vamos = We go, Were going.
IRREGULAR in the YO form only voy vas va vamos vais van IR- to go Página 16 ir a to go to or going to How do you say to go to in spanish?
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 + A + Infinitive REGULAR VERBS Verbs whose INFINITIVES end in -ar follow a pattern.
IR + A + Infinitive How to say you are going to do something.
Ir notes. ir ir = to go Ir is an irregular verb. It does not follow the rules. We will be using it as: ir a + infinitive ir a + place.
THE VERB ir. Ir means to go Ir is an irregular verb.
To come… The Verb IR REGULAR VERBS Verbs whose INFINITIVES end in -ar follow a pattern.
REGULAR VERBS Verbs whose INFINITIVES end in -ar follow a pattern.
Ir with Infinitives Spanish 1- Chapter 4. Review of the verb Ir Yo Voy- I’m going Nosotros Vamos- We are going Tú Vas- You’re going Vosotros Vais- You’re.
Page 43 Realidades 2 The Verb IR REGULAR VERBS Verbs whose INFINITIVES end in -ar follow a pattern.
4.1 Present tense of ir ANTE TODO The verb ir (to go) is irregular in the present tense. Except for the yo form (voy) and the lack of a written accent.
Español III Pre-AP. Grammar Review Presentation Ir + a + Infinitive.
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.
Ir a with Infinitives To talk about what someone is or isn’t going to do, use the present tense of ir with a followed by an infinitive. Remember than.
Ir a with Infinitives To talk about what someone is or isnt going to do, use the present tense of ir with a followed by an infinitive. Remember than an.
IR + A + INFINITIVE IR + A + Infinitive IR + A + infinitive = to be going to.
Present Tense of the verbs “ir ” (to go) and “jugar” (to play) Chapter 3 Spanish 1.
La vida escolarGramática 2 Ir a with infinitives Preview Ir a with infinitives Weekdays.
Español I El verbo IR To go. El verbo IR The verb IR means To go in English It is an irregular verb, as it doesnt follow a pattern The conjugated forms.
Español I Capítulo 4B. Notes: ir + a + infinitives Capítulo 4B.
IR saying to go: Why is this verb so weird? It is an irregular verb. How do I change it? It confuses me. If you look at the forms, they are the endings.
Using VENIR DE to say where you are coming from, VENIR A to say where you are coming to.
La vida escolarGramática 2 Ir a with infinitives Preview Ir a with infinitives Weekdays Master Teacher Grammar Guys Teen Skits.
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