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We already know how to use one form of the
future in Spanish:
Near Future:
ir + a + infinitive (going to
verb)
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A present tense form of the verb ir (to go)
plus the preposition a plus an infinitive is
often used as a substitute for the future tense
in Spanish. The same phenomenon also
occurs in English:
¿Vas a estudiar mañana? Are you going to
study tomorrow?
No voy a hacer nada. I'm not going to do
anything.
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endings for all verbs are:
 -é
-emos
 -ás
-éis
 -á
-án
 Note that every one except
nosotros form requires a
written accent
The endings are the same for –ar, -er, and –ir
verbs
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Stem: Normally, infinitive is used as the stem
Ejemplos
Hablar:
Hablaré
hablaremos
Hablarás
hablaréis
hablará
hablarán
Comeré
comeremos
comerás
comeréis
comerá
comerán
viviré
viviremos
vivirás
viviréis
vivirá
vivirán
 Saquen
el libro azul
 Completen
pga 461, act 14
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1. entenderán
2.serán
3.resultará
4. ayudarán
5. estarán
6. necesitaremos
7. visitarán
8. tratarán
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decir: dir- to say (diré, dirás, dirá, diremos,
diréis, dirán)
haber habr- there will be [impersonal]
(habrá)
hacer har- to make, do (haré, harás, hará,
haremos, haréis, harán)
poder podr- to be able (podré, podrás,
podrá, podremos, podréis, podrán)
poner pondr- to put, place, set (pondré,
pondrás, pondrá, pondremos, pondréis,
pondrán)
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querer querr- to want, love (querré, querrás,
querrá, querremos, querréis, querrán)
saber sabr-_ to know [a fact], know how [+
infinitive] (sabré, sabrás, sabrá, sabremos
,sabréis, sabrán)
salir saldr- to leave, go out (saldré, saldrás,
saldrá, saldremos, saldréis, saldrán)
tener tendr- to have (tendré, tendrás, tendrá,
tendremos, tendréis, tendrán)
valer valdr-to be worth (valdré, valdrás,
valdrá, valdremos, valdréis, valdrán)
venir vendr- to come (vendré, vendrás,
vendrá, vendremos, vendréis, vendrán)
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Enrique nos dirá la verdad. Enrique will tell
us the truth.
¿Quiénes vendrán conmigo? Who will come
with me?
Pondré la mesa en seguida. I'll set the table
right away.
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There are two main ways in which the future
tense is used in Spanish:
I. It indicates future time, the same as in
English.
◦ Mañana saldremos para Madrid. Tomorrow we will
leave for Madrid.
◦ El lunes iré al hospital. I'll go to the hospital on
Monday.
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II. The future tense is also used to indicate
conjecture or probability in the present time.
In English, expressions such as “probably”,
“must”, “I/you think” are usually used rather
than the future tense.
◦ ¿Dónde estará María? Where do you think Mary is
(right now)?
◦ Estará en casa. She is probably at home.
◦ Serán las ocho. It must be 8:00. (Or: It is probably
8:00, I think it's 8:00, etc.)
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