Español 3 Honores Unidad 2-B pág. 47 Ir + a + infinitivo To express actions or events that are going to happen in the near future Ir (presente) Voy Vas Va vamos vais van EJEMPLOS Voy a salir. I am going to leave/go out. Vamos a resolver el problema. We are going to solve the problem. Acabar + de + infinitivo Express actions or events that have just happened Acabar acabo acabamos acabas acabáis acaba acaban EJEMPLOS Acabo de lavarme el pelo. I have just washed my hair. Acabamos de cenar. We have just eaten dinner. NOTA If the infinitive after A or DE is a reflexive verb: You may have to change the reflexive pronoun to agree with the subject of IR or ACABAR Me Te Se Nos Se NOTA You can use ir and acabar in other tenses than the present. EJEMPLO Iba a salir pero no pude. I was going to go out but I couldn’t. EJEMPLO Acababa de terminar la tarea cuando llegaste. I had just finished my homework when you arrived. Práctica She has just written a letter. They are going to close the door.