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12 examples with the present tense of the indicative and the subjunctive of the verb ‘ir’

The verb ‘ir’ (to go) is one of the most used and most irregular verbs in the Spanish language. It is generally used to express movement but also has other uses and functions. Thus, we talk about how something is developing (that’s why we say that “algo va bien o mal”, about future actions (using the formula ‘ir’ ‘a’ + infinitive) or about the theme of a book or a movie (“what’s the movie about?”). Besides, remember that with the subjunctive mood we make judgments and express desires, probability… In this post, you will find 12 sentences with one MP3 which will help you learn how to conjugate the verb ‘ir’ and when the indicative or subjunctive mode should be used.

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Present tense of the indicative mood

 

Voy al cine.   (I go to the cinema.)

¿A dónde vas?  (Where are you going?)

Todo va bien.  (Everything is going well.)

¿Qué le vamos a hacer?  (What can we do?)

¿Vais a por el periódico? (Are you going to buy the newspaper?)

Ellos van a ser los nuevos ministros.   (They are going to be the new ministers.)

 

Present tense of the subjunctive mood

 

No creo que vaya a la fiesta.  (I don’t think I’m going to the party.)

Quiero que vayas al teatro.  (I want you to go to the theater.)

No creo que vaya a llover.  (I don’t think it’s going to rain.)

Dudo que vayamos a encontrar una solución. (I doubt we’re going to find a solution.)

No hace falta que vayáis a la reunión.  (You do not need to go to the meeting.)

Pidió a los ciudadanos que vayan a votar en las elecciones.  (He asked the citizens to vote in the elections.)

 

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