The simple future tense is used in Spanish to talk about future actions or situations (What will or shall happen). It is also used to express predictions about the future and conjetures of what someone might or may be doing in the present.
You will learn how to use the simple future tense in Spanish properly, and conjugate the regular forms. Also see below more adittional explanations and examples. Remember to take the quiz once you are done.
Mañana comeremos pizza.
(We will eat pizza tomorrow)
Mi casa estará acabada dentro de tres meses.
(My house will be finished in three months)
Encontraré un buen trabajo.
(I will find a good job)
El fin de semana nevará en todo el país.
(The weekend will snow throughout the country.)
¿Qué hora será?
(I wonder what time is it)
Juan probablemente estará en el trabajo.
(Juan is probably at work right now.)
It's very easy. You just have to add the correct ending to the infinitive of the verb.
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Simple future tense