Spanish: "Ir" Conjugated + a + Infinitive - Presentation
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This lesson explains about “Ir” conjugated + a + infinitive. In the previous lesson, we used the verb “to go” to indicate where we are going. In this we are going to learn when we use the verb “to go” to express an action that is going to happen. Just take a look at the presentation explained by the instructor with the help of video. This will make your learning simpler. (More text below video...)
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Small part of the explanation from video:
English: Hello! Today we’re going to continue with other uses of the verb “to go”. In the previous lesson, we used the verb “to go” to indicate where we are going. For example: I am going to the party, I am going to Mexico, etc.
Spanish: ¡Hola! Hoy vamos a continuar con otros usos del verbo “ir”. En la lección anterior, usamos el verbo “ir” para indicar adónde vamos. Por ejemplo: yo voy a la fiesta, yo voy a México, etc.
English: Today, we are going to learn when we use the verb “to go” to express an action that is going to happen. For this we use an additional verb that express that action connected with the preposition “a”.
Spanish: Hoy, vamos a aprender cuándo usamos el verbo “ir” para expresar una acción que va a ocurrir. Para ello usamos un verbo adicional que expresa dicha acción conectado con la preposición “a”.
English: To illustrate the use of “to go”, I’m going to tell you what my friends and I are going to do this weekend. For example, this Saturday I am going to run in the park while my friend Carol is going to sleep.
Spanish: Para ilustrar el uso de “ir”, voy a decirte lo que mis amigos y yo vamos a hacer este fin de semana. Por ejemplo, este sábado voy a correr en el parque mientras mi amiga Carol va a dormir.
English: On Sunday I’m going to read a book, but my friend Carlos is going to listen to classical music. And Sunday evening Carlos, Carol and I are going to have dinner at home.
Spanish: El domingo voy a leer un libro pero mi amigo Carlos va a escuchar música clásica. Y el domingo en la noche Carlos, Carol y yo vamos a cenar en casa.
English: But before the weekend, I am going to work a lot! And you?
Spanish: Pero antes del fin de semana, ¡yo voy a trabajar mucho! ¿Y tú?
English: What are you going to do today?
Spanish: ¿Qué vas a hacer hoy?
English: Are you going to study Spanish?
Spanish: ¿Vas a estudiar español?
English: What are you going to do on Saturday?
Spanish: ¿Qué vas a hacer el sábado?
English: Are you going to read a book or listen to music?
Spanish: ¿Vas a leer un libro o a escuchar música?
English: What are you going to do on Sunday?
Spanish: ¿Qué vas a hacer el domingo?
English: Are you going to sleep or to run?
Spanish: ¿Vas a dormir o a correr?
English: Very good! Let’s see the explanation. It’s going to be easy!
Spanish: ¡Muy bien! Veamos la explicación. ¡Va a ser fácil!
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