Irregular Spanish Verb Ir  

Spanish Grammar Present Indicative Verb Ir - to go

The verb ir (conjugation) means "to go". This verb is irregular in the present tense.

yo voy (I go)
vas (you go)
Ud/él/ella va (you/he/she goes)
nosotros (as) vamos (we go)
vosotros (as) vais (you guys go)
Uds/ellos/ellas van (you all/they go)

Whenever you say that something or someone is “going to”, you have to add the Spanish preposition “a,” which means “to.” We use the formula: conjugation of "ir" + a

Yo voy contigo.
      I am going with you.
Tú vas al mercado.
      You are going to the market.
Va a hacer frío.
      It's going to be cold.
Vamos a la playa.
      We are going to the beach.
Los muchachos van a ir al partido de fútbol.
      The boys are going to go to the soccer game.

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