Ira visiter

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Paul

Kwiziq community member

15 July 2018

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Ira visiter

"Nous irons visiter We'll go and visit."

I would translate this to English as "We'll go to visit." Would that also be "Nous irons visiter " in French. 

This relates to:
Conjugate aller in Le Futur (future tense) -

Cécile

Kwiziq language super star

15 July 2018

15/07/18

Hi Paul,


"Nous irons visiter le Louvre et Le Musée d'Orsay la semaine prochaine", can be "We'll go and/to visit the Louvre and the Orsay Museums next week".


Or "Nous irons rendre visite à mes parents en même temps" is, "We'll go and/to visit my parents at the same time".


N.B.


Visiter for, to visit/to look around places of interest


Rendre visite à quelqu'un for, to visit people.


Hope this helps! 


 

Paul

Kwiziq community member

15 July 2018

15/07/18

Thanks for your explanation Cécile. I was having trouble with the translation of "aller+(verb infinitive)" into "go and (verb infinitive)", whereas "aller+(verb infinitive)" makes perfect sense to me as "go to (verb infinitive)". Maybe it depends on where one learnt English.

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