Well, as usual, it depends on who is going and when they are going.
The verb ir - to go is the most irregular but also one of the most used verbs
in the whole of the Spanish language. So, let's look at some of the most useful
ways "go" is translated
I go - Voy, You go - Vas
Let's go - Vamos
Shall we go? - ¿Vamos?
I have to go - Tengo que irme.
I want to go - Quiero ir.
Do you have to go? - ¿Tienes que irte?
Do you want to go? - ¿Quieres ir?
I will go - Iré
You will go - Irás
We will go - Iremos
Tomorrow I will go to Malaga - Mañana iré a Malaga.
Next week you will go to Ibiza - La semana que viene irás a Ibiza.
Next year we will go to Barcelona - El año que viene iremos a Barcelona.
And if you want to pass on some advice perhaps you will need the following :
I would go -Iría,
If I were you - Yo que tú
If I were you I would go to Malaga - Yo que tú, iría a Malaga.
If I were you I wouldn't go to Madrid - Yo que tú, no iría a Madrid.
In our next article we will be looking at idioms using go:
go up, go down, go in, go out, etc.
Hasta la próxima,
Valerie runs the Centro Idiomas Language School in Coin.