Spanish: Present Indicative of "ir" and "dar" - Presentation
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English: Hello! Today we’re going to study two very useful verbs, the first one is the verb "to go". With this verb we express actions that we are going to do in the future. Activities for the following day, the following week or month, and even activities that we plan to do during the year!
Spanish: ¡Hola! Hoy vamos a aprender dos verbos muy útiles, el primero es el verbo "ir". Con este verbo expresamos acciones que vamos a hacer en el futuro. Actividades del día siguiente, de la semana, o del mes, y hasta de cosas que planeamos hacer durante el año!
English: For example, today I’m going to a party at my friend’s house. Tomorrow I’m going with my family to a concert and this weekend I’m going to the beach. Besides this year, my students are going to learn more Spanish.
Spanish: Por ejemplo, hoy voy a una fiesta en la casa de mi amiga. Mañana voy con mi familia a un concierto y este fin de semana voy a la playa, además este año, mis estudiantes van a aprender más español.
English: The second verb that we are going to practice today is "dar". This verb is very useful for your daily life activities. For example: I give private lessons in the city. On their birthday I give gifts to the people in my family, and also I can say that I give thanks to all my students for their effort in learning Spanish.
Spanish: El segundo verbo que vamos a practicar hoy es “dar”. Este verbo es muy útil para tus actividades de la vida diaria. Por ejemplo: yo doy lecciones particulares en la ciudad. En su cumpleaños doy regalos a las personas de mi familia, y también puedo decir que doy gracias a todos mis estudiantes por su esfuerzo en aprender español.
English: Now, I’m going to ask you a few questions, is that OK?
Spanish: Ahora, voy a hacerte algunas preguntas, ¿está bien?
English: Where are you going this weekend?
Spanish: ¿Adónde vas este fin de semana?
English: When are you going to take the Spanish class?
Spanish: ¿Cuándo vas a tomar la clase de español?
English: What activities are you going to do at the end of the year?
Spanish: ¿Qué actividades vas a hacer al final de año?
English: Do you give a lot of presents to your family?
Spanish: ¿Das muchos regalos a tu familia?
English: Do you give the homework to your Spanish teacher?
Spanish: ¿Das la tarea a tu profesor de español?
English: Do you give a party every weekend?
Spanish: ¿Das una fiesta todos los fines de semana?
English: Very good! Now let’s go to the explanation . It’s easy!
Spanish: ¡Muy bien! Ahora vamos a la explicación. ¡Es fácil!
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