—I hope you are going to, because then you will know how that is said in Spanish. This lesson is going to teach you how to say "Someone is going to do something."
This lesson is pretty simple. It will teach you how to say things in the near future tense. Phrases like "I am going to cry" or "they are going to eat soon" are examples of near future events. Things like "I will move south" or "we will win" are said differently. Phrases that use "will" instead of "going to" require you to change the verb itself, however this will be explained in the future tense Spanish lesson. For now, we are just going to focus on the easy version of the future tense. I'm sure you will catch on.
This lesson covers the verb "ir" (the word used for saying "going to.")
Last updated: 2017
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