The future tense of the verbs haber, poder, querer, saber and caber

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The future tense of the verbs haber, poder, querer, saber and caber

Reminder: To form the future tense, we add the endings , -ás,, -emos, -éis and -án to the infinitive form of the verb. 

En Navidad comeremos un pavo asado.

At Christmas we'll have roast turkey.

La semana que viene veré la película.

Next week, I'll watch the movie.

To form the future tense of haber (to have), poder (can, to be able to), querer (to want), saber (to know) and caber (to fit) we have to remove the final e of the infinitive. 

Poder
Yo podré
Tú podrás
Él/ella/usted podrá
Nosotros/as podremos
Vosotros/as podréis
Ellos/ellas/ustedes podrán
Querer
Yo querré
Tú querrás
Él/ella/usted querrá
Nosotros/as querremos
Vosotros/as querréis
Ellos/ellas/ustedes querrán
Saber
Yo sabré
Tú sabrás
Él/ella/usted sabrá
Nosotros/as sabremos
Vosotros/as sabréis
Ellos/ellas/ustedes sabrán

Creo que podré llamarte más tarde.

I think I'll be able to call you later.

La próxima vez quer más paella.

Next time I'll want more paella.

Ella nunca sabrá lo que pasó.

She'll never know what happened.



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