The verb aller means to go.
Here's how to say I go/I'm going and you go/you're going in French:
Je vais à l'école I go to school / I'm going to school
Tu vas au travail You go to work / You're going to work
Vous allez chez le docteur.You go to the doctor. / You are going to the doctor.
Note that the verb form changes depending on who is acting.
Remember that in French, to say you, you will use either:
- tu to address one person you know well, i.e. "informal" and "singular"
- vous to address one person in a professional context, or that you don't know well, i.e. "formal" and "singular"
See Tu and vous are used for three types of you
Où tu vas? Where are you going?
Où vous allez?Where are you going?
Here's a link to the full conjugation of aller in Présent indicatif:
Conjugate aller in Le Présent (present tense)
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