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Your correction is right (in literal way). But the expression "va a" is an auxiliary verb (ir a) marking the future tense. Then te va a encantar vas a llegar tarde means te encantará llegarás tarde and that is also correct.


It's for the same reason that it's "te encanta" and not "te encantas". (remember, gustar and encantar don't mean to like/love, they mean to please and to enchant, that is, causing enjoyment to/for someone) te encanta you.IO enchant.PRES.3RD.SING "It enchants you" te va a encantar you.IO enchant.FUT.3RD.SING "It is going to enchant you" ...

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