The simple future tense of the verbs tener, poner, salir, venir, and valer

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The simple future tense of the verbs tener, poner, salir, venir, and valer

Reminder: We form the simple future tense of regular verbs by adding the endings , -ás,, -emos, -éis and -án to the infinitive:

Mañana hablaré con mi jefe.

Tomorrow I will talk to my boss.

El año que viene viajaremos por Colombia.

Next year we will travel around Colombia.

For the verbs tener (to have), poner (to put), salir (to leave), venir (to come) and valer (to cost), we replace the e or i of the infinitive form with d:

Tener
Yo tendré
Tú tendrás
Él/ella/usted tendrá
Nosotros/as tendremos
Vosotros/as tendréis
Ellos/ellas/ustedes tendrán
Salir
Yo saldré
Tú saldrás
Él/ella/usted saldrá
Nosotros/as saldremos
Vosotros/as saldréis
Ellos/ellas/ustedes saldrán
Venir
Yo vendré
Tú vendrás
Él/ella/usted vendrá
Nosotros/as vendremos
Vosotros/as vendréis
Ellos/ellas/ustedes vendrán

Mañana tendremos un examen.

Tomorrow we will have a test.

Ana y Magda saldrán a cenar.

Ana and Magda will go out to dinner.

Vendré a tu casa en autobús.

I’ll come over by bus.


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