Modal verbs in the future tense

Reminder: the modal verbs are potere (can, to be able to), dovere (must, to have to), volere (to want to) and sapere (to know how to). We generally use them in their conjugated forms, followed by another verb in the infinitive.

Marta sa giocare a calcio.

Marta knows how to play soccer.

This is how the four modal verbs are conjugated in the future tense:

Io potrò
Tu potrai
Lui/lei potrà
Noi potremo
Voi potrete
Loro potranno
Io dovrò
Tu dovrai
Lui/lei dovrà
Noi dovremo
Voi dovrete
Loro dovranno
Io vorrò
Tu vorrai
Lui/lei vorrà
Noi vorremo
Voi vorrete
Loro vorranno
Io saprò
Tu saprai
Lui/lei saprà
Noi sapremo
Voi saprete
Loro sapranno

Anna potrà incontrare Magda dopo il lavoro.

Anna will be able to meet Magda after work.

Ruggero vorrà andare a vedere le anatre domani.

Ruggero will want to go see the ducks tomorrow.

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