The verb aller in the conditional present

In the present conditional, aller (to go) is conjugated in the following manner :
aller en
Tu irais
Il irait/elle irait
Nous irions
Vous iriez
Ils iraient/elles iraient

J’irais bien au cinéma, pas toi Victor ? I would gladly go to the movies, wouldn't you, Victor?

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