The Verb "IR"
The verb “ir” in Spanish means “to go”. It is generally used to talk about where a person is going and what a person is going to do. Below you see from the conjugation chart that this is a highly irregular verb.
Ir = To go
(yo)voy = I go
(tú)vas = You go
(él)va = He goes
(ella)va = She goes
(usted)va = You (formal) go
(nosotros/nosotras)vamos = We go
(ellos/ellas)van = They go
(ustedes)van = All of you go
Examples: The verb “ir” used to express destination
Mis amigos van al parque los sábados.
My friends go to the park on Saturdays.
Yo voy a clase cada día.
I go to class everyday.
Mis amigos y yo vamos a un concierto.
My friends and I go to a concert.
Sara va al mercado con su hija.
Sara goes to the market with her daughter.
Examples: The verb “ir” used to express future actions
Mis amigos van a jugar fútbol en el parque este sábado que viene.
My friends are going to play soccer in the park this coming Saturday.
Yo voy a hablar con el profesor en clase.
I’m going to talk to the teacher in class.
Mis amigos y yo vamos a bailar en el concierto.
My friends and I are going to dance at the concert.
Sara va a comprar una camisa nueva en el mercado.
Sara is going to buy a new shirt at the market.
Worksheets to Practice This Spanish Verb