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  • 1. The verb ir (to go) is irregular in the present tense.Note that, except for the yo form (voy) and the lack of awritten accent on the vosotros form (vais), the endings arethe same as those for –ar verbs.Copyright © 2008 Vista Higher Learning. All rights reserved.4.1-
  • 2. el cineel museoel gimnasioel estadioel centro comercialla bibliotecala piscinala iglesiael restauranteCopyright © 2008 Vista Higher Learning. All rights reserved.4.1-
  • 3.  Ir is often used with the preposition a (to).If a is followed by the definite article el, theycombine to form the contraction al. If a isfollowed by the other definite articles (la, las,los), there is no contraction.Copyright © 2008 Vista Higher Learning. All rights reserved.4.1-
  • 4. The construction ir a + [infinitive] is used totalk about actions that are going to happen inthe future. It is equivalent to the English to begoing to + [infinitive].Copyright © 2008 Vista Higher Learning. All rights reserved.4.1-
  • 5. Vamos a + [infinitive] can also express the ideaof let’s (do something).Copyright © 2008 Vista Higher Learning. All rights reserved.4.1-
  • 6. Copyright © 2008 Vista Higher Learning. All rights reserved.4.1-Provide the present tense forms of ir. The first itemhas been done for you.1. Ellos ____.2. Yo ____.3. Tu novio ____.4. Adela ____.5. Mi prima y yo ____.6. Tú ____.7. Ustedes ____.8. Nosotros ____.9. Usted ____.10.Nosotras ____.11.Miguel ____.12.Ellas ____.van
  • 7. La señora Castillo / el centrolas hermanas Gómez / la piscinatu tío y tu papá / el partido de fútbolyo / el museo de Arte Modernonosotros / el restaurante MiramaraCopyright © 2008 Vista Higher Learning. All rights reserved.4.1-
  • 8. Ustedes / la farmaciaMis amigos y yo / el caféEl señor Sánchez / la estación de trenJane y María / el súpermercadoUsted / el bancoCopyright © 2008 Vista Higher Learning. All rights reserved.4.1-
  • 9.  ver una película ver un partido de fútbol ver a (mis) amigos tomar un café tomar el sol leer un libro visitar monumentos pasear por el parque comer en el restaurante hacer ejercicios ir de comprasCopyright © 2008 Vista Higher Learning. All rights reserved.4.1-
  • 10. Martín va al cine. Va a ver una película.Copyright © 2008 Vista Higher Learning. All rights reserved.4.1-
  • 11. Make an image of a city or town, with various places ofinterest.Label the places in SpanishWrite pronouns on note cardsTake turns picking up a pronoun card and making acomplete sentence by:“pronoun” + ir (conjugated) + a + place”Copyright © 2008 Vista Higher Learning. All rights reserved.4.1-

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