I am using English to spanish translater to convert the following sentence into Spanish :

I am going to go to Guatemala.

Translater Response :

 Voy a ir a Guatemala.

Does it make sense in spanish? Or is there any other way to say "I am going to go to" in spanish?


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Makes perfect sense.

We often use voy a ir to add emphasis. Voy a... also makes sense. So either way it's correct.


You can also use Me iré a Guatemala, which is the future form of to go if you want to avoid the double or (just like English switching going to go to will go)


Voy a ir a Guatemala o Me voy a ir a Guatemala, both are correct.

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