irainfinitive - You are going to invite lots of girls....

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In Spanish, many useful expressions are formed by combining two verbs. When this occurs, the first verb is conjugated, while the second verb remains in the infinitive form. ir , viajar Yo voy a viajar a España. I am going to travel to Spain. acabar , comer acabas de comer. You have just eaten. saber , nadar Juan sabe nadar. Juan knows how to swim. volver , leer María vuelve a leer el libro. María reads the book again. One such expression combines the verb ir (conjugated) with an infinitive. The preposition "a" is always used. The formula is: ir a + infinitive = to be going to do something (in the near future) Voy a llevar a mi hermana a su casa. I am going to take my sister to her house. Vas a invitar a muchas muchachas.
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Unformatted text preview: You are going to invite lots of girls. Cristina va a conversar con mi mam. Christina is going to talk with my mom. Eduardo va a leer el libro. Edward is going to read the book. Remember from the previous lesson how to conjugate the verb ir: voy vas va vamos vais van Here are some useful words and expressions for pinpointing exactly when you are going to do something. hoy today maana tomorrow ms tarde later esta tarde this afternoon la semana que viene next week el mes que viene next month el ao que viene next year esta noche tonight maana por la maana tomorrow morning maana por la tarde tomorrow afternoon maana por la noche tomorrow night...
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