Conjugate aller in Le Présent (present tense)

The verb aller (to go) is irregular (it doesn't conjugate the same way as most verbs ending in -er). 

It conjugates like this in Présent indicatif:

je vais
tu vas
il/elle/on  va
nous allons
vous allez
ils/elles vont

Here are some examples to listen to:

Je vais à Paris aujourd'hui.I'm going to Paris today.

Tu vas à la fête ?Are you going to the party?

Elle va au marché.She goes to the market.

Nous allons au cinéma.We're going to the cinema.

Vous allez au centre commercial tous les jours.You go to the shopping centre every day.

Ils vont aux magasins.They're going to the shops.

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Nous allons au cinéma.We're going to the cinema.
Tu vas à la fête ?Are you going to the party?
Je vais à Paris aujourd'hui.I'm going to Paris today.
Vous allez au centre commercial tous les jours.You go to the shopping centre every day.
Elle va au marché.She goes to the market.
Ils vont aux magasins.They're going to the shops.
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