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English Misleading

Catriona

Kwiziq community member

8 April 2018

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English Misleading

Are you going to Victor's party in Spanish would be Vas a la fiesta de Victor. Vas a ir a la fiesta de Victor in English would be Are you going to go to Victor's party.

This relates to:
Conjugate ir + a + infinitive = to be going to (near future) -

Silvia

Kwiziq language super star

9 April 2018

9/04/18

¡Hola Catriona! To be honest, the sentence "Are you going to Victor's party?" can be used to refer to both present or future tenses in English, although this usage in order to relate to the future can be considered as more informal. Therefore, I am going to correct the statement and put the whole form of the near  future so that there is any more confusion. Thanks for your comment! Silvia.

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