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"I'm going" is a phrase which is often translated as "voy", and "I'm going to go" is a phrase which is also often translated as "voy". Learn more about the difference between "I'm going" and "I'm going to go" below.
I'm going(
aym
 
go
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ihng
)
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
phrase
1. (I'm making my way to a place)
a. voy
I'm going to the store. Do you want anything?Voy a la tienda. ¿Quieres algo?
b. me voy
I'm going to Cancun this weekend.Me voy a Cancún este fin de semana.
c. estoy yendo
Where are you going? - I'm going to a bar with my buddies.¿Adónde vas? - Estoy yendo al bar con mis compadres.
2. (I'm leaving)
a. me voy
I'm going now. I don't want to miss my train.Me voy ya. No quiero perder el tren.
b. me marcho
I'm going. - So early? - Yes, I'm working tomorrow.Me marcho. - ¿Tan temprano? - Sí, mañana trabajo.
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I'm going to go(
aym
 
go
-
ihng
 
tu
 
go
)
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
phrase
1. (to move or travel)
a. voy
I'm going to go to the bank after work.Voy al banco después del trabajo.
b. voy a ir
I'm going to go to Miguel's house Saturday.Voy a ir a la casa de Miguel el sábado.
2. (to leave)
a. voy a irme
I'm going to go now. I have an appointment at 3 pm.Voy a irme ahora. Tengo una cita a las 3 pm.
b. me voy
I'm sorry. I'm going to go. I feel sleepy.Lo siento, pero me voy. Tengo sueño.
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