2 El 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
3 The conjugations of IR Yo Voy Nosotros Vamos Tú Vas Él/Ella/Ud. Va Ellos/Ellas/Uds. Van
4 El 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:
5 El 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?
6 El 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
7 Recap 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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