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Conjugate ir + a + infinitive = to be going to (near future)

El Futuro Próximo expresses an action in the immediate future in almost the same way we use going to + infinitive in English:

ir (el Presente) + a + infinitive

Look at these sentences:

Yo voy a coger el tren en una hora.I am going to catch the train in an hour.

Tú vas a ir de vacaciones el viernes.You are going to go on holiday on Friday.

Ella va a cambiar de trabajo la semana que viene.She's going to change jobs next week.

Nosotros vamos a ir al cine esta tarde.We are going to go to the movies this afternoon.

¿Vosotros vais a jugar al tenis el próximo sábado?Are you going to play tennis next Saturday?

Ellas van a visitar el museo mañana.They are going to visit the museum tomorrow.

 NB: Always include the 'a'.

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Ella va a cambiar de trabajo la semana que viene.She's going to change jobs next week.
Nosotros vamos a ir al cine esta tarde.We are going to go to the movies this afternoon.
Yo voy a coger el tren en una hora.I am going to catch the train in an hour.
¿Vosotros vais a jugar al tenis el próximo sábado?Are you going to play tennis next Saturday?
Tú vas a ir de vacaciones el viernes.You are going to go on holiday on Friday.
Ellas van a visitar el museo mañana.They are going to visit the museum tomorrow.
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