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Old October 15, 2010, 02:58 PM
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Form sentences with the given elements and the correct form of the verb ir to express where people are going and what they are going to do.

1. Sofía / el parque
2. Mis amigos y yo / mirar un partido de fútbol.
3.Tú / el concierto
4.Celia / la piscina
5.Celia y sus amigos / nadar
6.Antonio / las montañas


could someone give an example for each of thse so I have an idea to come up with one of my own.

3.Vas al concierto.

4.Celia va a la piscina.

6.Antonio va a las montañas.



I need help coming up with a sentence for 1,2 and 5

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Old October 16, 2010, 03:34 AM
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1. Sofía / el parque
2. Mis amigos y yo / mirar un partido de fútbol.
3.Tú / el concierto
4.Celia / la piscina
5.Celia y sus amigos / nadar
6.Antonio / las montañas


3. Vas al concierto.
4. Celia va a la piscina.
6. Antonio va a las montañas.
Well, if you said in 4 Celia va a la piscina, you could say something like that with 1, right?

Using "va" (ella va) or "vamos" (nosotros vamos) or "van" (ellos van) you should be able to figure it out... right?
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Old October 16, 2010, 08:17 AM
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You can use the conjugator (mentioned in your other thread by me) to get all the proper conjugations you need, but only if you can properly identify the person.
(In other words, you need to know who the subject is. The verb must agree with the subject.)
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