Spanish Future Tense

Learn the rules and uses of the future tense in Spanish and how to conjugate regular, irregular and stem-changing verbs

RULES AND USES OF THE FUTURE TENSE

The future tense can be used in the following situations.

The future tense is used to express an action that will be realized at a specific time.

Mi hermano regresará de Acapulco mañana.
My brother returns from Acapulco tomorrow.

Ellos traerán la correspondencia el jueves.
They will bring the correspondence on Thursday.

The future tense can be used in place of giving commands in the imperative.

Usted cocinará la cena hoy.
You will cook dinner today.

Usted saldrá de mi clase ahora.
You will leave my clase now.

The future tense can be used to express surprise, doubts or a possibility in the present.

¿Vendrá a la fiesta?
Will she come to the party?

¿Él será soltero?
Is he single?

The future tense can be used to express a future action as viewed from present.

¿Vendrá a la fiesta?
Will she come to the party?

¿Él será soltero?
Is he single?

The future tense can also be formed by using 'ir a' + the infinitive form (going to).

Mañana vamos a ir a la escuela.
Tomorrow we will go to the school.

Este mes va a terminar en el trabajo.
This month he is going to finish the work.

Learn how to conjugate future tense verbs in Spanish

REGULAR
VERBS

Learn to conjugate regular verbs in the future tense that end in 'ar', 'er' and 'ir'.

IRREGULAR AND
STEM-CHANGING VERBS

Learn to conjugate irregular and stem-changing verbs in the future tense.

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