We have learned the word “voy” before in a previous vocabulary list. When we used it then, we said things like: Voy al gimnasio. or Voy a la playa.
This time, let us practice with the ir + a + infinitive form. Tell your partner what you are going to do tomorrow. Example: Yo voy a estudiar. Use a different example and present in front of the class.
Write the correct conjugated form of ir on a piece of paper according to the subject. 1. Marcos ___________ a la tienda. 2. Susana y Carlota ___________ al mercado. 3. El gato ___________ a la casa. 4. Sr. Garcia y yo __________ a la playa
5. Pedro, Raúl y Javier _______________ al cemetario. 6. Ella __________ a leer. 7. El ratón ________ a Florida. 8. El clase ___________ a Washington, D.C. 9. Mis padres___________ por coche. 10. Yo ___________ en un carro.
In groups of three, practice reading this story out loud in Spanish. After reading, discuss what this story is about. p. 22 Spanish 1 Reading Comprehension.
Underline each form of the verb “ir” that you find in the story. Write what each form of “ir” means.
Have you ever been afraid of doing something, and then when you did it, it wasn’t so bad. Using the handout provided, write (in English) what happened at the beginning of the story (comienzo), in the middle of the story (mitad) and at the end of the story (final).
Using the form provided, write a short e-mail to your friend about what you are going to do tomorrow.
With a partner, play tic tac toe. But, in order to choose a spot, you must say the subject, then the correct conjugated form of ir. If you say it wrong, your partner can steal your space and still get their turn.