van a ir
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van a ir(
bahn
 
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eer
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A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
phrase
1. (in sentences; third person plural)
a. they're going to go
No sé si van a ir a la boda de Luisa, pero espero que sí.I don't know if they're going to go to Luisa's wedding, but I hope they do.
b. are going to go
Pau y César van a ir de luna de miel a Vancouver.Pau and Cesar are going to go to Vancouver on their honeymoon.
2. (in sentences; second person plural)
a. you're going to go
¿Ya saben si van a ir a mi ceremonia de graduación?Do you already know if you're going to go to my graduation ceremony?
3. (in questions; third person plural)
a. are they going to go
¿Van a ir a la fiesta de cumpleaños de Sandra?Are they going to go to Sandra's birthday party?
b. are...going to go
¿Andrés y Paco van a ir a la galería con nosotros?Are Andres and Paco going to go to the gallery with us?
4. (in questions; second person plural)
a. are you going to go
¿Van a ir a la inauguración de la librería?Are you going to go to the bookstore's opening?
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