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Future — Spanish Verb Conjugation


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Now, we’ll learn how to use the future tense in Spanish. Like with other verbs, we also have a nickname for it. It is called the “will” tense. We call it that because it’s just like putting the word “will” in front of any verb. For example. “I will eat”, “She will run”, “He will talk” and so forth. You’ve already known how to use a simple future tense by using the verb “ir”. For example, “Tomorrow I’m going to eat it” would be said, “Mañana voy a comerlo”. In this lesson we’ll learn the future tense conjugation that translated to “will” in English. This tense is very easy to learn. It has the same verb endings for AR ER and IR verbs.

Let’s take a look at the endings now.

Yo                               é 

nosotros                                   emos

tú                                 ás

vosotros
(Tú Plural)
(used only in Spain)                éis

Él

á

Notice that all the endings have an accent except the “nosotros” ending.

ellos

 

 

       án

Ella

ellas

usted

ustedes (uds.)


Let’s review those again.

é          ás         á          emos         éis               án

Now, the easiest part about the future tense is that you don’t take off an ending, you just put it on right after the verb. You simply put this ending on after the AR, ER or IR verbs. Now, since the ending always comes after the “r” at the end of a verb, we’re going to change the endings a little and put that “r” right in there to help you remember that you never take the ending off of the verb. (put the “r” in before each ending).


Yo                                

nosotros                                   remos

tú                                 rás

vosotros
(Tú Plural)
(used only in Spain)                réis

Él

Notice that all the endings have an accent except the “nosotros” ending.

ellos

 

 

       rán

Ella

ellas

usted

ustedes (uds.)


Let’s see how it works:

I will speak is “Hablaré”
I will eat is “Comeré”
I will live is “Viviré”

If we use María or “tú”,
You will speak is “Hablarás”
You will eat is “Comerás”
You will live is “Vivirás”

Now let’s practice the future tense for he, she or you formal (remember, this is if you’d use a title with someone like “Dr.” or “Mrs.”) He will speak is “Hablará”
She will eat is “Comerá”
Mrs. Garcia, you will live is “Vivirá”

Next we’ll look at the future tense for nosotros.
We will speak is “Hablaremos”
We will eat is “Comeremos”
We will live is “Viviremos”

Now we’ll jump to the future tense for “they” (ellos, ellas) and “you plural” or Uds.
They will speak is “Hablarán”
They will eat is “Comerán”
All of you will live is “Vivirán”

Now take a look at the “Future” endings one more time.

ré         rás        rá         remos        réis              rán

Now let’s try these using the chart on the screen and the verb “llevar” which means “to carry”.


I will carry / (yo llevar) ß (have these on the screen)

Llevaré

You will carry / (tú llevar)

Llevarás

He will carry / (él llevar)

Llevará

She will carry / (ella llevar)

Llevará

You will carry / (Ud. llevar)

Llevará

We will carry / (Nosotros llevar)

Llevaremos

Now the vosotros form

Llevaréis

They will carry / (ellos llevar)

Llevarán

They will carry / (ellas llevar)

Llevarán


Remember, that “Llevaré” means “I will carry.”
Now, since repetition is so important, let’s repeat the endings again.

ré         rás        rá         remos        réis              rán

Now we’ll practice with a few different verbs. Are you ready?

I will sell…

(Yo) venderé

You will live – using “tú”

(Tú) vivirás

He will promise

(Él) prometerá

She will run

(Ella) correrá

You will decide…

(Ud.) decidirá

We will open it…

(Nosotros) lo abriremos

They will learn

(Ellos) aprenderán

All of you will eat

(Uds.) comerán


Review

I will look

miraré

(Marta) You will search for

buscarás

He will love

amará

She will need

necesitará

(Sra. Benites) You will paint

pintará

We will pay

pagaremos

They will plan

planearán

All of you will practice

practicarán

I will prepare

prepararé

(Martín) You will rest

descansarás

He will return

regresará

She will send

mandará

(Sr. Mendes) You will touch

tocará

We will sing

cantaremos

They will speak

hablarán

All of you will spend

gastarán

I will study

estudiaré

(Marta) You will swim

nadarás

He will take out

sacará

She will take

tomará

(Sra. Perez) You will teach

enseñará

We will play (instrument)

tocaremos

They will travel

viajarán

All of you will try (to...)

tratarán (de...)

I will use

usaré

We will visit

visitaremos

We will hope

esperaremos

We will walk

caminaremos

(Pablo) You will earn

ganarás

(Paola) You will work

trabajarás

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