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Spanish Irregular Verbs in the Future Posted by on Dec 10, 2010 in Spanish Grammar

Hello, there.

Here’s a very useful tip for putting irregular verbs in the Future in Spanish. Remember that las desinencias (endings) are: -é, -ás, -á, -emos,-éis, -án. Check out their roots.

decir dir– (to say) –> diré, dirás, dirá, diremos, diréis, dirán

haber habr– (there to be) –> habré, habrás, habrá, habremos, habréis, habrán

hacer har– (to do, make) –> haré, harás, hará, haremos, haréis, harán

poder podr– (to be able to) –> podré, podrás, podrá, podremos, podréis, podrán

poner pondr– (to put) –> pondré, pondrás, pondrá, pondremos, pondréis, pondrán

querer querr– (to want) –> querré, querrás, querrá, querremos, querréis, querrán

saber sabr (to know) –> sabré, sabrás, sabrá, sabremos, sabréis, sabrán

salir saldr– (to 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
Keep this tip handy and get your future tense right every time!

Nos vemos prontito.

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