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Page 180 Realidades 1. The Verb IR. REGULAR VERBS. Verbs whose INFINITIVES end in -ar follow a pattern. REGULAR VERBS. The endings show who is doing the action: (yo) habl o , (tú) habl as , and so on. REGULAR VERBS. Verbs that follow certain patterns are called REGULAR verbs.

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The Verb IR


Regular verbs

REGULAR VERBS

  • Verbs whose INFINITIVES end in -ar follow a pattern.


Regular verbs1

REGULAR VERBS

  • The endings show who is doing the action: (yo) hablo, (tú) hablas, and so on.


Regular verbs2

REGULAR VERBS

  • Verbs that follow certain patterns are called REGULAR verbs.


Irregular verbs

IRREGULAR VERBS

  • Verbs that do not follow certain patterns are called IRREGULAR verbs.


Irregular verbs1

IRREGULAR VERBS

  • The verb you are about to learn, “ir” is IRREGULAR. It means “to go” in English. It is often followed by the word a: Voy al cine.


To go in english

I go

Yougo

He

Shegoes

It

Wego

Theygo

TO GO (In English)


Ir to go

Yovoy

Túvas

Ud.

Élva

Ella

Nosotros vamos

Vosotros vais

Uds.

Ellos van

Ellas

IR (To go)


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You must memorize

the forms of “ir” because

it is an irregular verb and

it follows no pattern.


Ir a infinitive

Ir + a + INFINITIVE

  • We use a form of the verb ir + a + infinitive to tell what someone is going to do.


Ir a infinitive1

IR + a + INFINITIVE

  • Yo voy a nadar.

    Y tu, vas a jugar fútbol?

  • I’m going to swim. And you, are you going to play soccer?


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