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Conjugation of 'Ir'

Verb Is Highly Irregular


Beach in the Canary Islands.

Fuimos ayer a la playa. (We went to the beach yesterday). Photo taken at Las Palmas de Gran Canaria in Spain.

Photo by Juan Ramón Rodríguez Sosa used under terms of Creative Commons license.

Following are the conjugations for the verb ir, which typically means "to go," in the common tenses and moods. Irregular forms are indicated in boldface. Other translations other than those given are possible.

Infinitive (infinitivo) to go: ir

Gerund (gerundio) going: yendo

Participle (participio) gone: ido

Present indicative (presente del indicativo) I go, you go, etc.: yo voy, tú vas, usted/él/ella va, nosotros/as vamos, vosotros/as vais, ustedes/ellos/ellas van

Preterite (pretérito) I went, you went, etc.: yo fui, tu fuiste, usted/él/ella fue, nosotros/as fuimos, vosotros/as fuisteis, ustedes/ellos/ellas fueron

Imperfect indicative (imperfecto del indicativo) I used to go, you used to go, etc.: yo iba, tú ibas, usted/él/ella iba, nosotros/as íbamos, vosotros/as ibais, ustedes/ellos/ellas iban 

Future (futuro) I will go, you will go, etc.: yo iré, tú irás, usted/él/ella irá, nosotros/as iremos, vosotros/as iréis, ustedes/ellos/ellas irán

Conditional (condicional) I would go, you would go, etc.: yo iría, tú irías, usted/él/ella iría, nosotros/as iríamos, vosotros/as iríais, ustedes/ellos/ellas irían

Present subjunctive (presente del subjuntivo) that I go, that you go, etc.: que yo vaya, que tú vayas, que usted/él/ella vaya, que nosotros/as vayamos, que vosotros/as vayáis, que ustedes/ellos/ellas vayan

Imperfect subjunctive (imperfecto del subjuntivo) that I were, that you were, etc.: que yo fuera (fuese), que tú fueras (fueses), que usted/él/ella fuera (fuese), que nosotros/as fuéramos (fuésemos), que vosotros/as fuerais (fueseis), que ustedes/ellos/ellas fueran (fuesen)

Imperative (imperativo) go: ve (tú), no vayas (tú), vaya (usted), vamos or vayamos (nosotros/as), id (vosotros/as), no vayáis (vosotros/as), vayan (ustedes)

Note: The preterite conjugation is the same as that of the verb ser. The context typically will indicate which verb is being conjugated.

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