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1 Español III Pre-AP

2 Grammar Review Presentation

3 Ir + a + Infinitive

4 What does it mean? Ir + a + infinitive- to go to (action) Use this when saying what you or somebody is going to do. Examples: Voy a correr.(I am going to run) Va a tomar agua. Van a nadar. Vas a usar el baño.

5 What form of Ir do I use? FormForm of ir. YoVoy TúVas Él/ella/ud.Va NosotrosVamos VosotrosVais Uds.Van

6 Practice: Translate the following into Spanish: I am going to swim. You are going to eat. He is going to skate. They are going to run. Im going to eat. We are going to spend time with friends. They are going to dance. We are going to go to the beach. He is going to sing. You are going to play videogames.

7 Answers: I am going to swim. -Voy a nadar. You are going to eat. -Vas a comer. He is going to skate. -Va a patinar. They are going to run. -Van a correr. Im going to eat. - Voy a comer. We are going to spend time with friends. -Vamos a pasar tiempo con amigos. They are going to dance. -Van a bailar. We are going to go to the beach. -Vamos a ir a la playa, He is going to sing. -Va a cantar. You are going to play videogames. -Vas a jugar videojuegos.

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9 The verb - The verb tener means to have yo tú usted, él, ella ustedes, ellos, ellas

10 Tener que is how to say To have to (do something) When using Tener que: 1) conjugate Tener 2) add an infinitive to say what one has to do

11 He has to sleep. EXAMPLE ) (Infinitive form) : to sleep

12 She has to run. ANSWER ) (Infinitive form) : to run

13 You have to clean the house. (Infinitive form) : to clean ANSWER ) : the house

14 I have to eat. (Infinitive form) : to eat ANSWER )

15 They have to do chores. (Infinitive form) : to do ANSWER ) : chores

16 Tener ganas de is how to say To feel like doing (something) When using Tener ganas de: 1) conjugate Tener 2) add an infinitive to say what one feels like doing

17 I feel like cooking. (Infinitive form) : to cook EXAMPLE )

18 You feel like reading. ANSWER ) (Infinitive form) : to read

19 I feel like skating. (Infinitive form) : to skate ANSWER )

20 They feel like boating. ANSWER ) (Infinitive form) : to boat

21 He doesnt feel like studying. ANSWER ) (Infinitive form) : to study

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