Andare – to go

Andare - Italian verb to go
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Andare – to go – is one of the most common irregular Italian verbs. It’s used much like its English equivalent.

Per esempio…

Vado al negozio. I’m going to the store.

Vuoi andare al cinema?

Do you want to go to the cinema?

 Unlike English (and French and Spanish), Italian does not have a near future construction "to be going to do" (andare fare). Instead, you need one of these constructions, each of which has its own particularities:

Andare present tense conjugations

Andare is an irregular –are verb:

io vado    noi andiamo
tu vai voi andate
lui, lei va loro vanno

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Andare - Italian verb

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