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Ir no presente do indicativo – Iniciante

Ir no presente do indicativo

 Verbo ir no presente do indicativo. Barca para Paquetá.

You can see an English translation below the Portuguese text.

Fala, galera!
Hoje, vamos falar sobre o verbo ir no presente do indicativo.

Usamos o verbo ir no presente do indicativo para direções.

Eu vou para o centro.
Você vai para a França este ano?
Ele vai para a estação rodoviária comigo.
Nós vamos para São Paulo.
Para onde vocês vão?
Eles vão para o hotel da cidade.

Hoje, vimos o verbo ir no presente do indicativo.


Até lá.

Verb ‘ir’ (to go) at presente do indicativo (present).

What’sup, guys!
Today, we are going to talk about the verb ‘ir’ (go) at presente do indicativo.

We use the verb  ir (to go) at presente do indicativo to talk about directions.

I’m going Downtown.
Are you going to France this year?
He is going to the estação rodoviária (train station) with me.
We are going to São Paulo.
Where are you going?
They are going to the city hotel.

Today, we studied the verb ‘ir’ (to go) at presente do indicativo.


Bye bye.



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