(Sorry, this is not really a question, but a hopefully helpful comment.)
Colloquially in English we often use the future tense to express present probabilities or predictions, just like the Spanish. E.g. We could say "I'm not sure where John is, but he'll be practising his Spanish I should think." Or "Do you think Fred has arrived home yet? Oh, he'll be relaxing with his feet up by now."
Incidently, we also use the conditional to wonder about the past, as in Spanish.
"I wonder what Beethoven would think of punk rock? Oh, he'd be spinning in his grave I reckon!"
(The parallels are fascinating aren't they!)
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