IR + A<br />Expressing plans <br />(what you or someone else is going to do)<br />
Expressing what you are going to do<br />Voy a cocinar comida buena. (I am going to cook good food.)<br />Voy a hablar con...
Asking someone else what they are going to do<br />Yes/no questions:<br />¿Vasa mirar la tele? (Are you going to watch TV?...
Talking about what someone else will do<br />One person<br />Adriana vaallegartarde a casa.<br />Sofíavaa tomar café.<br /...
Talking about what you will do with someone else<br />Mishermanos y yovamos a tocar la guitarra.<br />Mi mejor amigo y yov...
Resumen/Summary<br />All the conjugations for “IR” are summarized on page 149. Take a look, and read the sample  sentences...
Asking questions<br />Use the same forms to ask your questions:<br />¿voy a?  “¿am I gonna…?”<br />¿vas a?  “¿are you go...
When talking about the near future, you will frequently run into the words below. Look over how they function in complete ...
Práctica<br />Practice with <br />Exercises A and B on page 150<br />166-167<br />Sample answers (they can vary) for page ...
Actividad B (ONLY SAMPLE ANSWERS – MANY POSSIBILITIES). <br />La próximasemana, ….<br />Sofía y Manolo van a comprarmáslib...
Self-check<br />Can you ask someone what they are going to do?<br />Can you tell someone what you are going to in the near...
Self-check answers<br />Can you ask someone what they are going to do?<br />¿Qué vas a hacer [+time reference]?<br />¿Qué ...
Canción<br />Lastly, go back to Blackboard and watch the song, “Nuncavoy a olvidarte” by Cristian Castro.  As corny as it ...
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  1. 1. IR + A<br />Expressing plans <br />(what you or someone else is going to do)<br />
  2. 2. Expressing what you are going to do<br />Voy a cocinar comida buena. (I am going to cook good food.)<br />Voy a hablar con mis amigos.<br />Voy a lavar la ropa.<br />Voy a visitar a misabuelos.<br />Voy a ________________________.<br />These sentences indicate what the speaker is going to do. Fill in the last one with what you are going to do this week, and say the sentence out loud.<br />
  3. 3. Asking someone else what they are going to do<br />Yes/no questions:<br />¿Vasa mirar la tele? (Are you going to watch TV?)<br />¿Vasa comprar comida?<br />¿Vasa escucharmúsica?<br />¿Vasa _________________ ?<br />Open-ended question: ¿Quévasahacer?<br />These sentences are used to ask someone else what they are going to do. Notice the “s” at the end of the word, as common in all “tú” conjugations.<br />Fill in the last line with an activity that someone else might do. Then say the sentence out loud.<br />
  4. 4. Talking about what someone else will do<br />One person<br />Adriana vaallegartarde a casa.<br />Sofíavaa tomar café.<br />Several people<br />Ramón y Ana Mari vana descansar.<br />How are the verbs different in each sentence?<br />
  5. 5. Talking about what you will do with someone else<br />Mishermanos y yovamos a tocar la guitarra.<br />Mi mejor amigo y yovamos a comprarcosas.<br />Los estudiantes y yovamos a estudiar mucho.<br />
  6. 6. Resumen/Summary<br />All the conjugations for “IR” are summarized on page 149. Take a look, and read the sample sentences out loud.<br />(yo) voy a  “I’m gonna…”<br />(tú) vas a  “you’re gonna…”<br />(él) va a  “he’sgonna…”<br />(ella) va a  “she’sgonna…”<br />(nosotros) vamos a  “we’regonna…”<br />(ellos/ellas van a  “they’re gonna”<br />
  7. 7. Asking questions<br />Use the same forms to ask your questions:<br />¿voy a?  “¿am I gonna…?”<br />¿vas a?  “¿are you gonna…”<br />¿va a?  “¿is hegonna…”<br />¿va a?  “¿is she gonna…”<br />¿vamos a?  “¿are wegonna…”<br />¿van a?  “¿are they gonna”<br />What are some questions you could ask using these?<br />
  8. 8. When talking about the near future, you will frequently run into the words below. Look over how they function in complete sentences on page 149, and practice saying them using the supersite.<br />estanoche<br />hoy<br />mañana<br />estejueves<br />el próximosábado<br />la próximasemana<br />el añoqueviene<br />el lunes<br />Do not feel limited by these expressions. By combining words on this list, you can produce new combinations to meet your needs.<br />
  9. 9. Práctica<br />Practice with <br />Exercises A and B on page 150<br />166-167<br />Sample answers (they can vary) for page 150 are on the next slide. Say what each person is going to do next week (you can omit the “why” initially).<br />
  10. 10. Actividad B (ONLY SAMPLE ANSWERS – MANY POSSIBILITIES). <br />La próximasemana, ….<br />Sofía y Manolo van a comprarmáslibrosparasusclases.<br />Adriana va a trabajar el martespor la tarde.<br />Nosotrosvamos a estudiar.<br />Manolova a bailar con Sofíaparacelebrar el cumpleaños de un amigo.<br />Sofíava a lavar la ropa.<br />Ellos van a tocar la guitarra.<br />
  11. 11. Self-check<br />Can you ask someone what they are going to do?<br />Can you tell someone what you are going to in the near future?<br />Do you know all the conjugations of “ir”?<br />Can you use them to talk about what other people are going to do?<br />(Answers are on the next slide.)<br />
  12. 12. Self-check answers<br />Can you ask someone what they are going to do?<br />¿Qué vas a hacer [+time reference]?<br />¿Qué vas a hacereste fin de semana?<br />Can you tell someone what you are going to in the near future?<br />Voy a… [+ VERB in the infinitive form (not conjugated)]<br />Voy a descansar.<br />Voy, vas, va, vamos, van<br />Sample sentences:<br />Juan va a mirar la tele. <br />Nosotrosvamos a estudiar mucho. <br />Ellos van a hablarporteléfono.<br />
  13. 13. Canción<br />Lastly, go back to Blackboard and watch the song, “Nuncavoy a olvidarte” by Cristian Castro. As corny as it is, the song was number 1 on Billboard in September and October of 1993, and it uses the structure that you just learned. You can also find it at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rHY5HsWvnEw, but the lyrics are available on Blackboard.<br />

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