The Spanish future tense, also known as futuro imperfecto, is more versatile than you may think. Initially the assumption might be that the future tense is only used for describing future actions.
What are the 3 future tenses in Spanish?
Fortunately, future tense Spanish is easy to understand with three tenses that are the exact same as their English counterparts.
- Simple Future (I will visit my grandparents)
- Ir a + Infinitive Verb (I’m going to visit my grandparents)
- Future Perfect (I will have visited my grandparents)
What are the Spanish tenses called?
A table of all common Spanish Tense names and English equivalents
|Kwiziq Spanish tense name||English name|
|El Presente||Present Tense, Simple Present|
|El Presente Progresivo||Present Progressive, Present Continuous|
|El Pretérito Perfecto||Present Perfect|
|El Pretérito Imperfecto||Imperfect Past|
What are the two future tenses in Spanish?
The future tense in Spanish can also be the verb ir + a + infinitive (aka informal future) and sometimes just the Present tense (aka easy peasy). Easy as 1,2,3!
What is the future tense of poder?
In the present tense, poder has a o –> ue stem change in all forms except nosotros/nosotras. In the future tense, the stem changes to podr- before we add our future endings.
|Subject Pronoun||Future Tense of Poder|
What is simple future tense?
The simple future is a verb tense that’s used to talk about things that haven’t happened yet. … Use the simple future to talk about an action or condition that will begin and end in the future.
What is IR in the future tense Spanish?
Future Tense Conjugation of Ir
|Subject Pronouns||Ir Conjugation: Future||Translation|
|yo||iré||I will go|
|tú||irás||you will go|
|él/ella/usted||irá||he/she/you formal will go|
|nosotros/nosotras||iremos||we will go|
What are the 14 tenses in Spanish?
In total, there are 14 (7 simple and 7 compound): Present, Imperfect, Preterite, Future, Conditional, Present Perfect, Pluperfect, Preterit Perfect, Future Perfect, Conditional Perfect, Present Subjunctive, Imperfect Subjunctive, Present Perfect Subjunctive, and Pluperfect Subjunctive.
What is the difference between TU and tú?
2 Answers. Tu is possessive- Me encanta tu vestido = I love your dress. Tú is a personal pronoun- Tú puedes leer = You can read.
What is the future tense of vivir?
Future Tense Conjugation of Vivir
|Subject Pronouns||Vivir Conjugation: Future||Translation|
|yo||viviré||I will live|
|tú||vivirás||you will live|
|él, ella, usted||vivirá||he/she/you formal will live|
|nosotros/nosotras||viviremos||we will live|
What is future perfect tense in Spanish?
The Spanish future perfect tense is formed in much the same way as English’s: the future indicative form of haber followed by the past participle. So “I will have left” would be “habré salido.”
What is the future tense of Comer?
Future of Comer
|Subject Pronouns||Comer Conjugation: Future||Translation|
|yo||comeré||I will eat|
|tú||comerás||you will eat|
|él/ella/usted||comerá||he/she/you formal will eat|
|nosotros/nosotras||comeremos||we will eat|