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  • 10.2.1 Pretérito perfecto simple (indefinido) in Spanish [0/3]
  • 10.2.2 Pretérito perfecto compuesto in Spanish [0/3]
  • 10.2.3 Difference between Pretérito Perfecto and Indefinido [0/3]
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  • Conjugation and endings of the future tenses in Spanish

    Future tense First person singular Translation

    Futuro simple

    comeré I will eat

    Futuro próximo

    voy a comer I am going to eat
    Futuro perfecto

    habré comido

    I will have eaten

    Futuro simple

    The futuro simple is used to talk about something that will happen or will be true in the future.


    • Lo haré mañana (I’ll do it tomorrow)
    • Lo pondré aquí (I’ll put it here)
    • ¿A qué hora vendrás? (What time will you come?)

    To learn more about this tense, its uses, marker words, and irregular conjugations, have a look at our futuro simple page!

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    Futuro próximo

    The futuro próximo (“going to-future” in English) is used to express something that is going to happen in the future, no matter the time, and it is a plan, something you have scheduled.


    • El año que viene voy a hacer más yoga(I am going to do more yoga next year)
    • El sábado en la fiesta no voy a comer mucho(I am not going to eat too much at the party on Saturday)
    • Ahora voy a hacer una tortilla(I am going to make a tortilla)

    To learn more about this tense, its uses, marker words, and irregular conjugations, have a look at our futuro próximo page!

    Futuro perfecto

    The future perfect (el futuro perfecto o futuro compuesto in Spanish) is a future tense that expresses a future action that will have taken place by some future time.


    • Para el año que viene Patricia se habrá ido a otro sitio a vivir(By next year Patricia will have gone somewhere else to live).
    • Para entonces ellas habrán viajado mucho(By that time, they will have traveled a lot).
    • Habré terminado el Master en enero. (I will have finished my master degree by January)

    To learn more about this tense, its uses, marker words, and irregular conjugations, have a look at our futuro perfecto page!

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