Tener ganas de + infinitive To feel like doing something
All of these expressions have a form of tener For many of them, tener is the english equivalent of to be Tener will be conjugated
Tener que AND tener ganas de Tener que and tener ganas de will be followed by another verb The other verb will not be conjugated Tengo que estudiar. I have to study. Tengo ganas de ir de compras.
Ir + a + infinitive Refers to the future Going to do something Conjugate IR The form of IR tells you who is going to do something The verb after a is never conjugated Vamos a limpiar – We are going to clean.
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