All regular verbs in the future tense in Spanish have one single set of endings to add to their stem.
Learn how to conjugate regular Spanish verbs in El Futuro Simple
El Futuro Simple is formed by adding the following endings to the infinitive:
|él / ella / Ud.
|ellos / ellas / Uds.
These endings apply to all regular -ar, -er and -ir verbs (hoorah!)
Read and listen to these regular verbs conjugated in El Futuro Simple:
Hablaré con ella mañana.I will speak to her tomorrow.
¿Cantarás en el coro de la iglesia?Will you sing in the church choir? [you = tú]
Miguel verá una película esta noche.Miguel will watch a film tonight.
Ana y yo leeremos un rato.Ana and I will read for a bit.
¿Vosotros viviréis juntos?Will you live together?
Ellos conducirán por la derecha en España.They will drive on the right in Spain.
¿Ustedes beberán mucho en la fiesta?Will you drink a lot at the party?
Notice how all forms apart from the nosotros/-as
form take a written accent on the last syllable
because the stress is at the end and following Spanish rules for accentuation
they need a "tilde"
- Verb list: Regular -ar verbs
- Regular -er verbs in Spanish
- Verb list: Regular -ir verbs
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