How do you use IR in a sentence?
- English: I go to the bank two times per week.
- English: I'm going out (or I'm going to go out).
- English: This is the last day I go to university.
- English: Relax, you go with time to spare (or you have time to spare).
- English: I'm leaving.
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Correspondingly, how do you use IR A?
Going to a location in Spanish: ir + a + (place) The most basic way to use the above conjugations of the verb ir is to talk about where someone is going now. You'll add in the preposition a (to) before the destination. Voy a casa. — I'm going home.
Additionally, what is ir a destination? ir a (or, less commonly, ir para) + destination: to go to (a place). Fuimos a la playa.
Also, what is the yo form of IR?
Ir conjugation in Spanish
|Subject||Present (go/goes)||Preterite (went)|
What is the difference between IR and Voy in Spanish?
2 Answers. "Ir" is the infinitive meaning "to go". "Voy" is the first-person singular conjugation of the verb "ir" in the present indicative, so basically, it means "I go". Tengo que ir a la tienda.