Presentación del tema: "EL VERBO IR = TO GO. 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."— Transcripción de la presentación:
EL VERBO IR = TO GO
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.
IR = TO GO Yo VOYNosotros VAMOS Tú VASX El VA Ella VA Usted VA Ellos VAN Ellas VAN Ustedes VAN
IR = TO GO Yo VOY I go/ I do go/ I am going Nosotros VAMOS We go/ we do go/we are going Tú VAS You go/ you do go/ you are going X El VA he goes Ella VA she goes Usted VA you formal go Ellos VAN they(m) go Ellas VAN they (fem) go Ustedes VAN all of you go
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.
IR = TO GO I go to Spanish class = Yo voy a la clase de español. They go to class. Ellos van a la clase.
IR = TO GO
1. I go to school. ____________________________________ ________________ 2. We go/ are going to the office. ____________________________________ _______________ 3. Are they going (they go) to the hallway? ____________________________________ ________________
IR = TO GO 4.John is going (goes) to the cafeteria. __________________________________ __________________________ 5.Are they going (they go) to the party? __________________________________ ___________________________
7.We have to go to the library. __________________________________ _______________________________ 8.At 3:00 pm, I go to my house. __________________________________ _______________________
IR= TO GO 1. Silvio y Ezequiel __________ a la fiesta. 2. Mi amigo y yo _______________ a la casa. 3. Carlota y tú _____________ a la clase. 4. Carlos _____________ a la escuela. 5. Tú ______________ al departamento. 6. Tu gato _________ al parque.
IR = TO GO To 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.
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.
1.We are going to practice. __________________________________ __________________ 2.They are going to listen to music. __________________________________ __________ 3.Are you going to study today? __________________________________ __________
IR= TO GO 1. Malena y Tatiana ____________ a ayudar. 2. Carlita y yo ______________ a escribir. 3. Tu papá ____________ a ayudar. 4. Carlos ___________ a trabajar. 5. Yo _____________ a leer un libro. 6. Tú ____________ a comer una hamburguesa. 7. We are going to eat.. ____________________________ 8. Are you going to work? _________________