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He goes in Spanish 🇪🇸

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he goes él va
How to say “he goes” in Spanish? “Él va”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “él va” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on he goes in Spanish like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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El va a la tienda

8 months ago

Ir third person

We use va to say he she it or you (formal) goes

8 months ago

él va info.

Tips to remember the word “va”:
1. Associate “va” with the English word “go” visually or with a gesture, like pointing forward to indicate going somewhere.
2. Think of “va” as the first two letters of “vamos,” which is the “we” form, to help remember that “va” is the “he/she/it” form.
3. Use mnemonic devices, such as imagining a man (él) actively going (va) somewhere every time you see or hear “va.”

“Va” is the third-person singular present indicative form of “ir,” which means “to go” in English. It’s used when talking about where someone or something goes or is going in the present tense.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– “Camina” (He/she walks) might be used if you want to specifically say that the person is walking to a place.
– “Se dirige” (He/she heads/makes their way) can also be used to indicate movement toward a destination.

Conjugations of “ir” (to go):
Infinitive: ir
Present: (yo) voy, (tú) vas, (él/ella/usted) va, (nosotros) vamos, (vosotros) vais, (ellos/ellas/ustedes) van
Preterite: (yo) fui, (tú) fuiste, (él/ella/usted) fue, (nosotros) fuimos, (vosotros) fuisteis, (ellos/ellas/ustedes) fueron
Imperfect: (yo) iba, (tú) ibas, (él/ella/usted) iba, (nosotros) íbamos, (vosotros) ibais, (ellos/ellas/ustedes) iban
Future: (yo) iré, (tú) irás, (él/ella/usted) irá, (nosotros) iremos, (vosotros) iréis, (ellos/ellas/ustedes) irán
Conditional: (yo) iría, (tú) irías, (él/ella/usted) iría, (nosotros) iríamos, (vosotros) iríais, (ellos/ellas/ustedes) irían
Subjunctive (present): (yo) vaya, (tú) vayas, (él/ella/usted) vaya, (nosotros) vayamos, (vosotros) vayáis, (ellos/ellas/ustedes) vayan

Examples of sentences that use “va”:
– Él va al colegio todos los días. (He goes to school every day.)
– María va al mercado por la mañana. (Maria goes to the market in the morning.)
– El tren va muy rápido. (The train goes very fast.)
– El libro va en la estantería de arriba. (The book goes on the top shelf.)

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