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Future Irregular — Spanish Verb Conjugation


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Now we’ll learn the irregular verbs in the future or “will” tense. Next to the “Back” verbs, the irregular “will” verbs are the easiest to learn. The great thing is that they have the same exact endings as the normal “will” verbs. Let’s review the endings briefly:

remos

rás

réis

rán


Right now, with the verbs you’ve learned, there are 11 irregular “will” verbs. I’ll go over them, then the best way to learn them is to go through the lessons in this section enough until the irregulars start to sound “natural” to you. Our goal is to provide enough practice in this section so the verbs do sound “natural” or “normal” to you.

Let’s take a look at them.

decir

-

dir-

 

poner

-

pondr-

 

hacer

-

har-

poder             

-

podr-               

 

tener

-

tendr-

 

venir

-

vendr-

querer

-

querr-

 

valer

-

valdr-

 

haber

-

habr-

 

 

 

 

“valer” is a new verb that means “to be worth”

 

 

 

 

saber

-

sabr-

 

salir

-

saldr-

 

 

 

 


This last one, “haber” is from the “have” tense. Remember, the “have” or “present perfect” tense is used when you want to say phrases like “I have eaten” or “I have gone”. In this case, a “future have verb” would be “I will have eaten…” or “I will have gone…” Now, so these verbs will start sounding natural to you, let’s practice the conjugations one at a time with each verb. Are you ready? First, we’ll use the “yo” conjugation. Do you remember what it ends with? …….if you said “é”, you are correct.


I will say

-

diré

 

I will put

-

pondré

 

I will do/make

-

haré

I will be able to

-

podré             

 

I will have

-

tendré

 

I will come

-

vendré

I will want to

-

querré

 

I will be worth

-

valdré

 

I will have

-

habré

I will know

-

sabré

 

I will leave

-

saldré

 

 

 

 


Now, I need to clarify something for a minute. Did you notice on this list, there is the word “have” twice. The first one, is for phrases like “I will have a house” or “a car”. Or, remember “tener que”? “I will have to go” will be “Tendré que ir”. The second one uses the “have” tense. For example, “I will have eaten” or “She will have gone” or “They will have run” and so forth.

Now let’s move on to the “tú” conjugation. Do you remember what it ends with?

You will say

-

dirás

 

You will put

-

pondrás

 

You will do/make

-

harás

You will be able to

-

podrás         

 

You will have

-

tendrás

 

You will come

-

vendrás

You will want to

-

querrás

 

You will be worth

-

valdrás

 

You will have

-

habrás

You will know

-

sabrás

 

You will leave

-

saldrás

 

 

 

 


Now onto the “Él, Ella, Ud.” Conjugation. Do you remember what it ends with without looking at the chart?

He/She/You (formal) will say

-

dirá

 

He/She/You will put

-

pondrá

 

He/She/You will do/make

-

hará

He/She/You will be able to

-

podrá             

 

He/She/You will have

-

tendrá

 

He/She/You will come

-

vendrá

He/She/You will want to

-

querrá

 

He/She/You will be worth

-

valdrá

 

He/She/You will have
(eaten etc.)

-

habrá

He/She/You will know

-

sabrá

 

He/She/You will leave

-

saldrá

 

 

 

 


Now onto the “Nosotros” Conjugation. Remember the “nosotros” ending for future tense is “emos”.

We will say

-

diremos

 

We will put

-

pondremos

 

We will do/make

-

haremos

We will be able to

-

podremos

 

We will have

-

tendremos

 

We will come

-

vendremos

We will want to

-

querremos

 

We will be worth

-

valdremos

 

We will have
(eaten etc.)

-

habremos

We will know

-

sabremos

 

We will leave

-

saldremos

 

 

 

 


Next is the “Vosotros” Conjugation used only in Spain and is the plural form of “tú”. Remember the “vosotros” ending for future tense is “éis”.

You will say

-

diréis

 

You will put

-

pondréis

 

You will do/make

-

haréis

You will be able to

-

podréis       

 

You will have

-

tendréis

 

You will come

-

vendréis

You will want to

-

querréis

 

You will be worth

-

valdréis

 

You will have
(eaten etc.)

-

habréis

You will know

-

sabréis

 

You will leave

-

saldréis

 

 

 

 


Now onto the “Ellos, Ellas, Uds.” Conjugation. Do you remember what it ends with without looking at the chart?

They/You (plural) will say

-

dirán

 

They/You (plural) will put

-

pondrán

 

They/You (plural) will do/make

-

harán

They/You (plural) will be able to

-

podrán        

 

They/You (plural) will have

-

tendrán

 

They/You (plural) will come

-

vendrán

They/You (plural) will want to

-

querrán

 

They/You (plural) will be worth

-

valdrán

 

They/You (plural) will have
(eaten etc.)

-

habrán

They/You (plural) will know

-

sabrán

 

They/You (plural) will leave

-

saldrán

 

 

 

 


Let’s review the ending one more time.
ré         rás        rá         remos        réis              rán

Now we’ll have a quiz with the chart at the top. Feel free to look at the chart if you need to. We’ll repeat each one Are you ready?

All of you will have to

tendrán que

They (f.) will say or tell

dirán

You will be able to (using “tú”)

podrás                      

We will want to

querremos

He will know

sabrá

They (m.) will put

pondrán

I will have to (do you remember how to put the “to” on the end?)

tendré que

It will be worth (for “it” use the conjugation for “él, ella, Ud.)

valdrá

All of you will leave

saldrán

She will do/make

hará

You will come (using “tú”)

vendrás

They will have
(as in “they will have eaten etc.)

habrán

Review

I will say

diré

(Marta) You will be able to

podrás

He will want

querrá

She will know

sabrá

(Sra. Benites) You will put

pondrá

We will have

tendremos

They will value

valdrán

All of you will do

harán

I will come

vendré

(Martín) You will have...

habrás

He will leave

saldrá

She will say

dirá

(Sr. Mendes) You will be able to

podrá

We will want

querremos

They will know

sabrán

All of you will put

pondrán

I will have

tendré

(Marta) You will value

valdrás

He will do

hará

She will come

vendrá

(Sra. Perez) You will have...

habrá

We will leave

saldremos

They will say

dirán

All of you will be able to

podrán

I will want

querré

We will know

sabremos

We will put

pondremos

We will have

tendremos

(Pablo) You will value

valdrás

(Paola) You will make

harás

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