"Me voy a ir yendo"

Who knows the meaning of this expression, “Me voy a ir yendo”?! Because it’s the verb 'Ir" (To go) conjugated three times in a different way!

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My brain hurts from this sentance :triumph:

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hahaha! I feel you. Spanish can be complicated but beautiful at the same time.
“Me voy a ir yendo” means I’m going to start going :upside_down_face:

Easiest Spanish expression ever :joy:

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This expression has it all in such a few words :joy: infinitive, gerund, and a conjugated verb! Even its possible translation is pretty redundant: “I’m gonna get going” (or “I’m going to get going”)

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