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Go to Italian Verb
Andare – to go – is one of the most common irregular Italian verbs. It’s used much like its English equivalent.
|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:
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