Ir

The verb ir means “to go” in Spanish. It is a tricky verb that is conjugated irregularly in most tenses. Here it is in present indicative.

yo voy nosotros vamos
vas vosotros vais
él, ella,
usted
va ellos, ellas
ustedes
van

 

Yo voy a la tienda. → I am going to the store. I go to the store.
Vamos de compras. → We are going shopping. We go shopping.
Tú vas al parque. → You are going to the park. You go to the park.

 

When you want to express that you are going to do something, simply use the verb ir + a + an infinitive form verb.

Yo voy a estudiar. → I am going to study.
Tú vas a leer. → You are going to read.
Nosotros vamos a ver el partido. → We are going to watch the game.
Ustedes van a tocar música. → You guys are going to play music.

 

Practice 1

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