IR + a - The Present Tense of ir (to go) and hacer (to do;...

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The Present Tense of ir (to go) and hacer (to do; to make) (El tiempo presente de los verbos ir y hacer)
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The verb ir = to go Its conjugation The verb ir is irregular not only in its yo form, but in all other forms as well. vas voy va vamos vais van Essentially, ir is conjugated like a regular - ar verb in all its forms except yo .
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Voy a la librería para comprar libros. (a + el = al) Vas a l cine con tus amigos, ¿no? Mario va a la biblioteca a estudiar. Since we generally go to a place, the verb ir is almost always used with the preposition a . The verb ir = to go Occasionally, ir is used in isolation, as when answering a knock at the door: ¡Voy! I’m coming!
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Similarly, when we ask where someone is going, we use the question word ¿adónde? (to where?) rather than ¿dónde? (where?) The verb ir = to go The useful construction ir a + infinitive is used in Spanish to express a future action, that is, what someone is going to do . Hi, Susana!   Where are you  going?
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This note was uploaded on 06/07/2011 for the course SPAN 110 taught by Professor Mcateer during the Summer '10 term at South Carolina.

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IR + a - The Present Tense of ir (to go) and hacer (to do;...

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