ir - El Ve IR rbo sl I R e e infinitivo No hay una raz...

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1 El Verbo IR IR es el infinitivo No hay una raíz En español IR significa “to go
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2 Por ejemplo: In English we say: “I go to the park.” En español decimos: “Yo voy al parque.” In English we say: “We go to the movies.” En español decimos: “Vamos al cine.”
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3 El Presente del Verbo IR: (irregular in the present tense) Yo Usted, él, ella Nosotros, nosotras Vosotros, vosotras Ustedes, ellos, ellas voy vas va vamos vais van
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4 El Presente del Verbo IR The verb ir is generally followed by the preposition a (or the contraction al ): Yo Usted, él, ella Nosotros, nosotras Vosotros, vosotras Ustedes, ellos, ellas voy vas va vamos vais van + a al parque + la fiesta masculine noun femenine noun
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¿Adónde vamos? ¿Adónde + ir ? Adónde is a question-asking word that indicates to where we are going. ¿Adónde + vamos mañana ? (To) Where are we going tomorrow? Mañana (nosotros) vamos a la fiesta
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