El Tiempo Futuro Sencillo (Simple Future Tense)

El Tiempo Futuro Sencillo (Simple Future Tense)
Used to express particular actions or beings that will happen in beyond the present
Spanish does not require a helping verb “will” as English does
One might ask the question “what does will actually signify in English?”
A simple set of endings is used rather than an auxiliary or helping verb
Conjugating in the tense:
For most verbs the infinitive suffix (ending) is preserved (Note: there are some exceptions
discussed later)
Simply attach the appropriate ending to the whole verb infinitive
Future Endings for all AR, ER, and IR verbs…
Irregular VerbsThese irregulars happen as a result of spelling based on the pronunciation of common language
Instead of using the infinitive use the modified stem listed with each verb:
Tener- Tendr
Salir- Saldr
Venir- Vendr
Poner- Pondr
Poder- Podr
Decir- Dir
Hacer- Har