Present Tense of the verbs
“ir ” (to go) and “jugar” (to play)
Chapter 3 Spanish 1
“Ir” (to go)
• The –ar verbs you have learned so far are
regular because their conjugations are
predictable. Some verbs such as “ir” (to go)
are irregular because they don’t follow a
pattern.
Yo
Nosotros
Vamos
Voy
Tú
Vas
Vosotros
Vais
Él, Ella,
Usted
Va
Ellos,
Ellas,
Ustedes
Van
Jugar (to play)
• The verb jugar (to play) has regular –ar
endings, but the vowel “u” in the stem
changes to “ue” in all forms but nosotros and
vosotros.
Yo
Juego
Nosotros
Jugamos
Tú
Juegas
Vosotros
Jugáis
Él, Ella, Usted
Juega
Ellos, Ellas,
Ustedes
Juegan
“A”
• The preposition “a” is used after “ir” to mean
“to”. “A” is also used after jugar with a sport.
When “a” is followed by “el”, the words
combine to form “al”.
– Vamos al gimnasio.- We are going to the gym.
– Jugamos al básquetbol. – We are playing
basketball.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Traduce
I play basketball. Yo juego al básquetbol.
You play volleyball.
We play soccer.
I am going to the mall. Yo voy al centro
comercial.
5. Maria is going to the park.
6. Maria plays soccer.
7. Maria and Rosa play tennis.
8. Maria and Rosa are going to the park.
9. You are going to the mall.
10. We are going to the movies.
Contestas!
1. Juego al básquetbol.
2. Juegas al volibol.
3. Jugamos al fútbol.
4. Voy al centro comercial.
5. María va al parque.
6. María juega al fútbol.
7. María y Rosa juegan al tenís.
8. María y Rosa van al parque.
9. Vas al centro comercial.
10.Vamos al cine.
Ejercicios
• Pagina 100: Ejercicios 30 y 31
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Present Tense of the verbs “ir ” (to go) and “jugar” (to play)