Spanish Two Verbs Future Spanish Verb Conjugation

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Hola. Just like with all other sections in the course so far, with “Will” verbs, when there are two verbs, the first one is conjugated and the second one is left in it’s infinitive form. In other words, it’s not conjugated.

I will be going to eat Iré a comer
She will hope to study tonight Esperará estudiar esta noche
She will want to eat it. Querrá comerlo
Juan you will know how to swim by tomorrow. Juan sabrá nadar para mañana
We will not (or won’t ) need to do it. No necesitaremos hacerlo
They will have to eat it. Tendrán que comerlo.
I will not (won’t) be able to finish it. No podré  terminarlo.
He will prefer to go alone. Preferirá ir solo.

Now moving on, just like you’ve learned with other verb tenses, for “Will” verbs with “gustar”, if the item after it is singular or plural, you have to change “gustar”. For example, for singular items, or if you had a 2nd verb after, you would use “gustará” and for plural items, you would use “gustarán”.

Let’s take a look at a few examples:

Singular or Verb After Plural
I will like to read tomorrow Me gustará leer I will like tacos next month. Me gustarán los tacos el próximo mes
María will like to swim next year María le gustará nadar el año que viene María will like these cookies A María le gustarán estas galletas
We will like the car Nos gustará el carro We will like those cars Nos gustarán esos carros
They will like to run later Les gustará corer luego They will like these French fries Les gustarán estas papas fritas