vayan a
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vayan a
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1. (imperative; second person plural)
a. go to
Vayan a la cocina y tráiganme una cuchara, por favor.Go to the kitchen and bring me a spoon, please.
b. go
Apaguen la televisión y vayan a hacer sus tareas ahora mismo.Turn off the TV and go do your homework right now.
2. (subjunctive; second person plural)
a. to go to
Quiero que vayan a la peluquería y se corten el cabello antes de la boda.I want you to go to the barbershop and get a haircut before the wedding.
b. to go
Cuando les digo que vayan a ordenar su cuarto, no me refiero a que lo hagan cuando les dé la gana. ¡Me refiero a que lo hagan ahora mismo!When I tell you to go clean your room, I don't mean that you should do it whenever you want. I mean you should do it right now!
3. (subjunctive; third person plural)
a. to go to
Jules y Margarita van a pasar tres noches en París. - ¡Qué bueno! Espero que vayan al Museo de Orsay. Es mi museo favorito.Jules and Margarita are going to spend three nights in Paris. - That's great! I hope they go to the Musée d'Orsay. It's my favorite museum.
b. to go
¿Dónde están Pedro y Gabriel? Quiero que vayan a comprarme unas cebollas que necesito para hacer el ceviche.Where are Pedro and Gabriel? I want them to go buy me some onions I need to make the ceviche.
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