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Spanish Lessons – Verb Tenses: Future

You have to use the future tense to tell what “will” happen, or what “shall” happen. For example: I will go to the beach next month

Verb Tenses Future

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Future (Futuro)

In Spanish, we have different ways of speaking about actions that will take place in the future: Future Simple, ir a + infinitive and present simple

Future using Present Simple

You can use present simple if it is a programmed activity:

Mañana voy al supermercado a las nueve.

Example of Future using Present Simple

Future using “Ir a + infinitive”

It is used to talk about something you want to do in the future:

Mañana voy a ir al supermercado.

Example of Future using “Ir a + infinitive”

Future using Future simple

Use it if you are going to talk about something that will happen probably

Si no estoy muy cansada, mañana iré al supermercado.

Example of Future using Future simple

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VIDEO: Different uses of future in Spanish

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