"Volver A" + Infinitive


  1. The written lesson is below.
  2. Links to quizzes, tests, etc. are to the left.

In Spanish, many useful expressions are formed by combining two verbs. When this occurs, the first verb is conjugated, while the second verb remains in the infinitive form.

Yo voy a viajar a España.
I am going to travel to Spain.

acabas de comer.
You have just eaten.

Juan no puede comer.
Juan can’t eat.

María vuelve a leer el libro.
María reads the book again.

One such expression combines the verb volver (conjugated) with an infinitive. The preposition “a” is always used. The formula is:

volver a + infinitive = to do something again

Vuelvo a leer el libro.
I read the book again.

Cristina vuelve a conversar con mi mamá.
Christina speaks with my mom again.

Remember, volver is an o:ue stem-changing verb.




Let’s add a flashcard for the expression “volver a + infinitive”:

Verb Flashcards
Complete List

Volver a + infinitive

To do something again
(vuelvo, vuelves, vuelve, volvemos, volvéis, vuelven)