2 The verb IR is not pronounced “-i-r The verb IR is not pronounced “-i-r.” It is pronounced “ear” like what you use to hear! Ir means “to go.”A form of IR is usually followed by the letter “a” because “a” means “to” and usually when we use the word “go” or “going” we are saying “go to” or “going to.”
3 IR = TO GO Yo VOY Nosotros VAMOS Tú VAS X El VA Ella VA Usted VA Ellos VANEllas VANUstedes VAN
4 IR = TO GO Yo VOY I go/ I do go/ I am going Nosotros VAMOS We go/ we do go/we are goingTú VASYou go/ you do go/ you are goingXEl VA he goesElla VA she goesUsted VA you formal goEllos VAN they(m) goEllas VAN they (fem) goUstedes VAN all of you go
5 If the word after the A is feminine, you are going to have A LA (place Ex: We go/ are going to the cafeteria=Nosotros vamos a la cafetería.If the word after the A is masculine, you are going to have A +EL which becomes AL.For example: I am going to the bathroom=Yo voy a el baño = Yo voy al baño.
6 IR = TO GO I go to Spanish class = Yo voy a la clase de español. They go to class.Ellos van a la clase.
8 I go to school. ____________________________________________________ We go/ are going to the office. ___________________________________________________Are they going (they go) to the hallway? ____________________________________________________
9 IR = TO GO4.John is going (goes) to the cafeteria. ____________________________________________________________5.Are they going (they go) to the party? _____________________________________________________________
10 7. We have to go to the library 7.We have to go to the library. _________________________________________________________________ 8.At 3:00 pm, I go to my house. _________________________________________________________
11 IR= TO GO Silvio y Ezequiel __________ a la fiesta. Mi amigo y yo _______________ a la casa.Carlota y tú _____________ a la clase.Carlos _____________ a la escuela.Tú ______________ al departamento.Tu gato _________ al parque.
12 IR = TO GOTo tell what someone is going to do in the future, we can use IR + A + infinitive (not-conjugated verb)Vas a comer = You are going to eat.Voy a estudiar = I am going to study.
13 You can also use IR + A plus a not-conjugated verb to say what someone is going to do. Ex: I am going to read =Yo voy a leer.
14 1. We are going to practice 2.They are going to listen to music. ____________________________________________3.Are you going to study today? ____________________________________________
15 IR= TO GO Malena y Tatiana ____________ a ayudar. Carlita y yo ______________ a escribir.Tu papá ____________ a ayudar.Carlos ___________ a trabajar.Yo _____________ a leer un libro.Tú ____________ a comer una hamburguesa.We are going to eat.. ____________________________Are you going to work? _________________
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