Basic Future

To go plus infinitive

What's an infinitive?

Infinitives are verbs.

Infinitives are not yet conjugated.

Typically infinitives translate as "to...".

If two verbs fall side by side, you conjugate the first and leave the second in the infinitive.

All Spanish infinitives end in -ar, -er, -ir.

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.

Spanish verb IR in the future: What is going to happen?

The simplest way to express that something is going to happen in the future is to use the verb to go—just as it was used in this sentence.

First...

let's review the verb, to go "ir"
The Verb TO GO in Spanish - La Cancion de Ir - Gisela Galvan-Rios - Spanish Grammar

yo

voy


vas


usted (Ud.), él, ella

va


Nosotros/as

vamos


Vosotros/as

vais


Uds, ellos, ellas

van

01029 Spanish Lesson - IR (part 3) ir + a + infinitive
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