Forming the future using -ir

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Practice with using the present tense of -ir to form the future.

Voy a ir a la tienda mañana.

I'm going to go to the store tomorrow.

Ellos van a ir a la ciudad en diciembre.

They're going to go to the city in December.

Manuel va a hablar con la profesora.

Manuel is going to speak to the teacher.

Los estudiantes van a caminar al restaurante.

The students are going to walk to the restaurant.

Los estudiantes van a ir en autobús.

The students are going to go by bus.

Vamos a bailar a la fiesta.

We're going to dance at the party.

Pablo va a cantar con su novia en la calle.

Pablo is going to sing in the street with his girlfriend.

Ustedes van a leer el libro de español ¿verdad?

You're going to read the Spanish book, right?(plural)

Tú vas a comprar mucho en la tienda.

You're going to buy a lot in the store.(singular, familiar)

Las chicas van a nadar a la playa.

The girls are going to go swimming at the beach.

Mis amigos van a comer muchos tacos.

My friends are going to eat a lot of tacos.

Voy a tomar un carro al museo.

I'm going take a car to the museum.

El mesero va a hablar español con nosotros.

The waiter is going to speak Spanish with us.

La fiesta va a estar este sábado.

The party is going to be this Saturday.

Voy a tener quince años la semana próxima.

I'm going to be fifteen years old next week.

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