Just like in English, we use the verb to go (ir) to talk about what we are going to do. In Spanish, we express this in the following ways:
voy a - I'm going to
vas a - you're going to (tú)
va a - you're going to (usted)
va a - he/she is going to
vamos a - we're going to
van a - they're going to
van a - you guys are going to
(vais a - you guys are going to, vosotros)
Use one of these expressions and add another verb (see the sections on -ar, -er, or -ir verbs) to say what it is you're going to do. Consider the example below:
"Yo hablo" (I speak) becomes "Yo voy a hablar" (I'm going to speak).
MÁS EJEMPLOS DE IR A + VERBO:
Yo voy a comer chocolate.
Tú vas a beber agua en el gimnasio.
Usted va a estudiar en la biblioteca.
Nosotros vamos a bailar en la fiesta.
Ellos van a correr en el parque.