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voy a ir
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
a. I'm going
Voy a ir. Es la boda de mi hija. Tú puedes hacer lo que te parezca.I'm going. It's my daughter's wedding. You can do as you please.
b. I'm coming
Vendrás conmigo al hospital, ¿no? - Sí, no te preocupes. Voy a ir.You're coming to the hospital with me, aren't you? - Yes, don't worry. I'm coming.
c. I'm going to go
"¡Voy a ir!" dijo la niña con firmeza a su descorazonado padre."I'm going to go!" said the child adamantly to her disheartened father.
d. I'm going to come
Voy a ir a verte jugar el domingo. No me lo perdería por nada del mundo.I'm going to come to see you play on Sunday. I wouldn't miss it for the world.
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