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REPASO (review) In Spanish 1, you learned to talk about things that will take place in the immediate future using the formula: A form of the verb ir + a + infinitive Example: Voy a bailar en la fiesta. Im going to dance at the party Vamos a ir a la playa. Were going to go to the beach.
However, there is a true future tense used to talk about things that will happen in the future. To form the future tense of –ar, -er, and –ir verbs, add the appropriate endings to the infinitive*: YoÉ TúÁs Él, ella, ustedÁ NosotrosEmos Ustedesán
Have you ever heard the phrase, Qué será, será ? It means, What will be, will be. It is using the future tense it Spanish.
There are a two noticeable differences between the future tense and all of the other tenses youve learned: 1.) You dont take the –ar,-er, or –ir off before conjugating. 2.) The conjugation is the same for all three types of verbs
Examples: To graduate=graduarse I will graduate in May Me graduaré en Mayo de Vivir=to live Will you live in North Carolina? ¿Vivirás en Carolina de Norte?
To make a living=ganarse I will make a living as a lawyer To be=ser I will be an engineer.
Conjugate the following verbs in the future tense using the subject in parenthesis. Bailar (yo) Comer (tú) Buscar (la chica) Leer (Kayla) Dibujar (Mateo y Derek) cantar (Mi esposo y yo)
Bailar (yo) bailaré I will dance Comer (tú) comerás You will eat Leer (Kayla)leerá Kayla will read Dibujar (Mateo y Derek)dibujarán Matt and Derek will draw cantar (Mi esposo y yo)cantaremos My friend and I will sing
As in all tenses in Spanish, there are some irregular future tense verbs. The good thing is they all end in r and use the same endings as regular future tense verbs.
VerbMeaningFuture Stem CaberTo fitCabr DecirTo tell, sayDir HaberThere is, there areHar OírTo hearOir* Poderto be able to, canpodr QuererTo want, desirequerr ReírTo laugh, to smileReir, sonreir* SaberTo knowSabr ValerTo be worthValdr VenirTo comevendr HacerTo do, makeHar SalirTo leavesaldr
VerbMeaningFuture StemSimilarly- conjugated verbs PonerTo be able to, can pondrComponer disponer imponer proponer Reponerse suponer TenerTo have, to be tendrContener Detener Mantener Obetener retener
Examples using irregular verbs: I will make a lot of money. Haré mucho dinero. She will leave the states. Saldrá de los estados. We will be successful. Tendremos exíto. I will come home twice a year. Vendré a casa dos veces cada año.