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From the Spain For Pleasure blog

Ir is an important verb to learn in Spanish. It’s how you describe where you’re going, and where you’ve been. As a Spanish speaker, you’ll find yourself using the many different forms of ir on a daily basis in conversation. Here are just a few examples of how you can use this common verb, which means “to go”: To discuss where you go regularly, eg. “Voy al colegio” (I go to school). To talk about future travel plans, eg. “Iré a la playa el viernes” (I’ll go to the beach on Friday). To talk about places you’ve visited in the past, eg. “Fui a Cabo San Lucas el año pasado” (I went to Cabo San Lucas last year). To say where you need to go today, eg. “Necesito ir al supermercado” (I need to go to the supermarket). In this article, you’ll find out how to conjugate the verb ir in the present and future tense, so you can form your own sentences like the examples above.   Where Do You Go? First, let’s start with the present tense forms of ir. In the following list you’ll see the Spanish pronouns on the left, and the corresponding, conjugated verb to […]