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Future Tense Conjugating regular and irregular verbs
What is the future tense? The future tense is the equivalent of will/shall plus a verb in the English language. Example I will make a cake. will + make (verb)
Regular Verbs The future tense is one of the simplest tenses, there is virtually nothing to do. These simple steps will show you exactly how to conjugate all regular -ar,- er and –ir verbs.
The Endings The endings are the same for ALL -ar, -er and –ir verbs… éemos ás á án
The Steps: Step 1 1) Simply choose the verb that you wish to conjugate. Let’s choose hablar.
Step 2 2) Leave hablar in its “raw” state.
Step 3 3)Now add the future tense ending according to who will be speaking. HABLAR hablaré hablaremos hablarás hablará habláran
Practice on Your Own Now try an -er and an -ir verb. COMER and ESCRIBIR Hint: These verbs work exactly like the -ar verbs from the previous slide.
Practice Answers -ER COMER comeré comeremos comerás comerá comerán -IR ESCRIBIR escribiré escribiremos escribirás escribiráescribirán
Irregulars These verbs must be changed from their “raw” state, however the future tense endings (é, ás, á, emos, án) stay the same.
The Irregular Verbs decir (to speak) hacer (to do, to make) saber (to know a fact) poder (to be able to) poner (to put) venir (to come) tener (to have) salir (to leave) dir- har- sabr- podr- pondr- vendr- tendr- saldr-
Try a Few! Try conjugating a couple of irregular verbs. Let’s try HACER and TENER.
Try a Few! HACER haréharemos harás hará harán TENER tendrétendremos tendrás tendrá tendrán
Review for Regular Verbs Take the “raw” verb. Conjugate accordingly using the future tense é, ás, á, emos, or án endings.
Review for Irregular Verbs Take the irregular “raw” verb and stem change it. Now, you simply conjugate appropriately with the future tense é, ás, á, emos, or án endings.
El Futuro Los Irregulares. Regular endings é ás á emos éis án.
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