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Informal Future (ir a infinitive). This is the English equivalent of ?going to?". The most common Spanish future is almost the same: . I'm going to study. You're going to sing. He's going to dance. etc.. Use a form of the verb ir (to go). . voy. ---. vas. va. vamos. van. . to go =. ir. the prep

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Cap tulo 2

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    3. ¿Qué van a hacer?

    4. ¿Qué va a hacer Carmen el sábado? Dos mundos p. 87

    5. Irregular Verbs Querer & Preferir Just like English, Spanish has verbs that don’t follow the regular pattern. For lots of Spanish verbs, like querer and preferir, the verb endings stay the same, but there’s a change in the stem.

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