Ir

The verb IR means "to go". It is USUALLY followed by the preposition "a" (unless otherwise specified; ej. ir de compras). IR is the only verb in Spanish that does not fit into the category of an -ar, -er, or -ir verb. Though IR is considered an IRREGULAR verb, meaning that it does not foll0w any "regular" pattern, it does resemble -ar verb endings. All forms will start with the letter "v" and the "YO" form will end in "oy" instead of just "o". So...Think DORA & "C'MON ¡VÁMONOS!". Then sing…
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ir
to go
ir a
to go to
yo voy
I go
tú vas
you go (familiar)
Ud. va
you go (formal)
él va
he goes
ella va
she goes
nosotros vamos
we go
Uds. van
you all go
ellos van
they go
ellas van
they go (all girls)
va
Roberto ___
vamos
Roberto y yo _
van
Los amigos __