2El verbo IR The verb IR means “To go” in English It is an irregular verb, as it doesn’t follow a patternThe conjugated forms of IR are often followed by the word “a”Let’s look at the present tense conjugations of IR
3The conjugations of IR Yo Voy Nosotros Vamos Tú Vas Él/Ella/Ud. Va Ellos/Ellas/Uds. Van
4El verbo IRWe can use the verb IR to tell what someone is “going to do” by following this grammatical construction:IR + A + InfinitiveLet’s look at some examples:
5El verbo IR Yo voy a nadar mañana. I am going to swim tomorrow. ¿Vas a jugar fútbol mañana?Are you going to play soccer tomorrow?
6El verbo IRIt is necessary to remember the “a” between the conjugated form of IR and the infinitiveIf the “a” is left out, the sentence is grammatically incorrect
7Recap The verb IR is irregular Conjugated forms of IR are often followed by the word “a”We can tell what someone is “going to do” in the future by using: IR+ A+ Infinitive
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