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Future Indicative Tense


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                    Regular Future Indicative Tense Verbs                    

   Spanish infinitives are conjugated by dropping the ending (-ar, -er, -ir) and adding a new ending, thus creating a new word.
   The ending identifies 1) the tense - when the action of the verb is taking place; and 2) the person - who is performing the action of the verb. 
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   The following charts show the verb “endings” for all regular verbs in the Future Indicative Tense.  

   Note:  The Future Indicative Tense endings are added to the end of the entire infinitive.  Tne -ar, -er, and
-ar are not dropped.

   
   Remember:  the verb chart is only a tool to use while one is learning the language.  In other words, one must eventually forget the verb chart and it must become second nature.  

Examples:  Yo hablaré.  I will speak.   I shall speak.

                   Yo hablaré enfrente de la clase el viernes. 
I will speak in front of the class on Friday.

 Regular –ar verbs
The following endings are added to the infinitive.  Do not drop the original endings!

É

EMOS

ÁS

ÉIS

Á

ÁN

   Regular –er verbs
The following endings are added to the infinitive.  Do not drop the original endings!  

É

EMOS

ÁS

ÉIS

Á

ÁN

   Regular –ir verbs
The following endings are added to the infinitive.  Do not drop the original endings! 

ÍÉ

EMOS

ÁS

ÉIS

Á

 ÁN

 


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Irregular Future Indicative Tense Verbs

Below are the conjugations of a few common irregular verbs.
If a verb is irregular in the Future Indicative Tense it has the same irregularity in the Conditional Tense. 

     
         
     
         
     
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         

Uses of the Future Indicative Tense

 



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