The future tense: regular verbs

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The future tense: regular verbs

The future tense follows the same pattern with verbs ending in -ar, -er and -ir:

Hablar

Yo hablaré
Tú hablarás
Él/ella/usted hablará
Nosotros/as hablaremos
Vosotros/as hablaréis
Ellos/ellas/ustedes hablarán

Ser

Yo seré
serás
Él/ella/usted será
Nosotros/as seremos
Vosotros/as seréis
Ellos/ellas/ustedes serán

Escribir

Yo escribiré
Tú escribirás
Él/ella/usted escribirá
Nosotros/as escribiremos
Vosotros/as escribiréis
Ellos/ellas/ustedes escribirán

Acabaré el curso el mes que viene.

I'll finish the course next month.

Pronto iremos a Buenos Aires.

Soon we'll go to Buenos Aires.

The future tense is often used with the following words and expressions:

Mañana estaremos en casa de mis padres.

Tomorrow we'll be at my parents' house.

La semana que viene presentaré un examen.

I'm taking an exam next week.

Pronto terminaré el libro.

I'll finish the book soon.

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