Ir + a + infinitive verb

You are already familiar with the verb IR, which means "to go" in English. This verb can be used for talking about things that are going to happen in the near future (notice how I just said "going to happen"?). We use it in English for this, too, so this is a pretty straightforward concept. Once you get the hang of it, you will love this feature of this very important verb! (And, spoiler alert: there's also a future tense).

Realidades Textbook

Online activities from the Realidades textbook

Book 1 Chapter 4B p. 206

A03 Ir+a+Infinitive.wmv

Gramactiva video: Ir + a + infinitive

Exprésate Textbook Resources

Online activities from the Exprésate textbook

Book 1 Chapter 4B p. 136

Practice with Ir + a + infinitive

GV3 Repaso Ir a infinitive with imperfect.wmv
A03 Ir a Infinitive joven g.wmv
Using ir a infinitive with the imperfect and preterite.mp4
Ir a with infinitives.mp4 Online Spanish-English Dictionary

Online Dictionary, Verb Conjugator, and Language Forums Online Grammar Practice

Grammar explanations with self-correcting exercises

Ir + a + infinitive

Barbara Kuczun Nelson's Spanish Language & Culture

Self-correcting exercises

Bowdoin Online Spanish Grammar

Detailed grammar explanations with self-correcting exercises

VideoEle: Learn Spanish online

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Señor Jordan's Spanish Videos

Excellent grammar explanations with video

Zambombazo: An Explosion of Language and Culture

Music videos and activities for practice

Spanish Proficiency Exercises from the University of Texas at Austin

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Spanish Grammar Lessons

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Music videos to help you learn

A03 La Cancion de Ir.wmv
La salvavidas.wmv

Practice your conjugations with this verb chant!