How do I say "I'm going to", like in the sentence "I'm going to tell you how I started..."?
I've been looking for an answer to this for a little while, but I'm not quite sure. Translation engines try to use ver, but isn't that more for "going" in the physical sense of actually moving from A to B?
I wonder how to say "I'm going to" like in phrases like:
I'm going to leave now. I'm going to ask him. I didn't tell her then, but I'm going to.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Hi theresa, welcome to the forum
Nicely posted question, thanks for caring to use correct spelling etc
going to: ir a+ infinitive
YOu should not forget the "a" which is often done.
Voy a ir al cine. I am going to go to the cinema.
Voy a comprar una camisa. I am going to buy a shirt.
We do not use the verb to be+going to, just the going to part, but the structure, as you can see, is different in Spanish.
Please have a look at our reference section.
By the way,
I am going to tell you was correctly translated by the machine translator:
Traducción del inglés al español Voy a decirte