In English, instead of using the Future tense [will /

IR + A expressions
In English, instead of using the Future tense [will /
shall] we often use the expression “going to . . . “ to
indicate what someone will do later in the future.
Spanish also uses a similar phrase. Remember that
“to go” in Spanish is the verb IR. To show that
someone is going to do something , you have to
conjugate IR to show who is going to do the action;
then follow with “a” and finally add the infinitive of
the verb indication what is going to be done.
IR – to go
voy - I go
vamos – we go
vas - you [tú] go
vais - you [vosotros] go
va – he/she/it goes
you [ud] go
van -
they go
you [uds] go
I am going to study.
Yo voy a estudiar.
You [tú] are going to study.
Tú vas a estudiar.
Ana is going to study.
Ana va a estudiar.
Elena and I are going to study.
Elena y yo vamos a estudiar.
Luís and Beto are going to study.
Luís y Beto van a estudiar.
I am going to study tomorrow.
Yo voy a estudiar mañana.
My [mis] parents are going to buy a new
Mis padres van a comprar un coche
Rosa is not going to do her homework.
Rosa no va a hacer la tarea.
Are you going to go to the concert
¿Vas a ir al concierto?
Héctor and I are not going to go to the
Héctor y yo no vamos a ir al concierto.