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A1 - Going to in Spanish to Speak about the future.

Speaking about the future with going to in Spanish.

You can use the ver "ir" to speak about the future in a very similar way as we use "going to" in English.

You just need the correct form of "ir" + the infinitive of a verb. (There is always an "a" in between) EG. Voy a aprender - I am going to learn. 

The verb "ir" is very irregular so I will give you a full range of examples below. 

I am going to dance - voy a bailar
You are going to sing -  vas a cantar
He, she, or it is going to work - Va a trabajar.
You (formal) is going to drink - Usted va a beber.
We are going to speak - Vamos a hablar.
You guys are going to read - Vais a leer.
They are going to win - Van a ganar.

The (ir + infinitive)  Voy a cantar - Structure is very easy to use so it is great for anyone at A1 level. 
There is also a Spanish future tense based on adding an ending to the verb which we will studying in another lesson.
EG. cantaré =  I will sing .... They will dance =  bailarán 

You may often hear- Me voy - This means  "I'm off"or "I am going" 

Note that in some of the example sentences the word order between English and Spanish is different. 

No te lo voy a decir = I am not going to tell you. 

For the most part this structure is very easy and with a tiny bit of effort you can say lots of things about the future in Spanish.
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The first  line is an example word  in English 
The second line is and example word in Spanish.
Use this lesson to learn use the verb "ir" to speak about the future. - Vas a aprender mucho- You are going to learn a lot.
The full conjugation of the verb ir

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I am going to visit my uncle at the weekend.
Voy a visitar a mi tío el fin de semana.
My sister is going to learn Italian.
Mi hermana va a aprender italiano.
I am not going to drink beer at the party.
No voy a tomar cerveza en la fiesta.
We are going to have a good time at the beach.
Vamos a pasarlo bien en la playa.
He is never going to pay me the money he owes me.
Nunca me va a pagar el dinero que me debe.
Are you going to come to the restaurant with us?
¿Vas a venir al restaurante con nosotros?
Are they going to come on Saturday.
¿Van a venir el sábado?
I am going to arrive at 7pm.
Voy a llegar a las 7pm.
I am not going to say it again.
No voy a decirlo de nuevo.
They are not going to be happy.
No van a ser felices.
When are they going to arrive?
¿Cuándo van a llegar?
When are you going to the shop?
¿Cuándo vas a la tienda?
You are going to have an accident if you are not careful.
Vas a tener un accidente si no tienes cuidado.
The world is going to end next week.
El mundo va a terminar la próxima semana.
Is Trump going to win the next election?
¿Trump va a ganar las próximas elecciones?
Are the politicians going to solve the problems.
¿Los políticos van a resolver los problemas?
I am going to smoke less next year.
Voy a fumar menos el año que viene.
She is not going to die.
Ella no va a morir.
Everything is going to be OK.
Todo va a estar bien.
What are you going to study?
¿Qué vas a estudiar?
I`m not going to tell you.
No te lo voy a decir.
I am going to stay in a hotel for 4 days.
Me voy a quedar en un hotel durante 4 días.
They are going to get married.
Ellos van a casarse.
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