Presentación del tema: "The Present Tense of ir (to go)"— Transcripción de la presentación:
1The Present Tense of ir (to go) (El tiempo presente del verbos ir )
2Yo voy Nosotros vamos Tú vas The verb ir = to go Vosotros vais Its conjugationYo voyNosotros vamosTú vasVosotros vaisUsted vaÉl vaElla vaUstedes vanEllos vanThe verb ir is irregular not only in its yo form, but in all other forms as well.Essentially, ir is conjugated like a regular -ar verb in all its forms except yo.
3The verb ir = to go Voy a la tienda para comprar pan. Since we generally go to a place, the verb ir is almost always used with the preposition a.Voy a la tienda para comprar pan.Vas al museo con tus amigos, ¿no?(a + el = al)Mario va a la biblioteca a estudiar.Occasionally, ir is used in isolation, as when answering a knock at the door:¡Voy!I’m coming!
4The verb ir = to goSimilarly, when we ask where someone is going, we use the question word ¿adónde? (to where?) rather than ¿dónde? (where?)The useful construction ir a + infinitive is used in Spanish to express a future action, that is, what someone is going to do.I’m going to do my homework in the library.Hi, Susana! Where are you going?
5ir a + infinitive Vamos a estudiar los verbos. It is important to remember that, with this construction, we conjugate only the verb ir . . .then add a . . .and then an infinitive that expresses what we are going to do.Vamosaestudiarlos verbos.We’re going to study . . .We never conjugate both verbs!
6TranslateShe goes to the park because she has to run.2) They are going to dance in the school.3) We are going to study for the class.I go to the gym every day.You (formal/singular) go to my house.You (other countries) go to the zoo to see the animals
7The verb hacer = to do; to make Its conjugationhagohacemoshaceshacéishacehacenThe verb hacer is irregular only in its yo form.
8The verb hacer = to do; to make Yo hago mi tarea todos los días.I do my homework every day.Me gusta cuando mamá hace tacos.I like it when mom makes tacos.¿Qué haces los fines de semana?What do you do on weekends?
9The verb hacer = to do; to make When you are asked a question using hacer, you usually respond with another verb . . .¿Qué hacen los estudiantes ahora?What are the students doing now?Comen en la cafetería.They’re eating in the cafeteria.. . . unless, of course, your response involves making or doing.¿Qué hacen los estudiantes ahora?What are the students doing now?Hacen la tarea.They’re doing the homework.