Are you going?/ Are you leaving?

gothicpartner

Senior Member
Spanish
Are you going? =are you leaving?= te vas? :confused:

I am going= I am leaving= I am off (informal) = me voy :confused:


Could you confirm the above sentences for me?

Thanks in advance!

Machupicchu!.Nueva maravilla del mundo moderno!
 
  • Anakin59

    Senior Member
    Argentina - castellano
    Hola gothicpartner

    Cuando preguntás "are you going?" vendrías de un diálogo en donde están hablando que, por ejemplo Fulano hace una fiesta, y querés saber si la otra persona va a ir.
    Lo mismo cuando decís "I am going"; aunque no lo especifiques, hay como un implícito de que vas a algún lado, del cual probablemente ya hablaron. Por ej. Te vas a trabajar, saludas a tu pareja y le decis "I'm going".

    Leave tiene una connotación más de irse del lugar, no "a" un lugar.
     

    unspecified

    Senior Member
    English, USA
    Are you going? =are you leaving?= te vas? :confused:

    I am going= I am leaving= I am off (informal) = me voy :confused:


    Could you confirm the above sentences for me?

    Thanks in advance!

    Machupicchu!.Nueva maravilla del mundo moderno!
    Yes, you can use any of these to mean "¿te vas?":
    Are you going? Are you leaving? Are you off?

    The same is true for, "I'm going / I'm leaving / I'm off."

    Of course, "Are you going?" and "I'm going," can be used to mean other things besides "leaving," as you probably know.
     
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