Use the chart, examples, and video below to learn how to conjugate hacer in the future tense ("futuro").
Hacer: Future Tense Conjugation Chart
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Examples: how to conjugate hacer in future tense
Here are some examples of conjugating hacer in future form:
Lo haré cuando tenga un minuto.
I'll do it when I have a minute.
En la mañana harás dos cosas...
In the morning, you'll do two things...
¿Qué haréis con esta información?
What will you do with this information?
Note that the 2nd example uses the 'tu' form, whilst the last example uses the 'vosotros' form as it is addressing more than one person.
- Hacer is an irregular verb, making it trickier to learn.
- Don’t worry about memorising all the conjugations perfectly. Through speaking and listening on a regular basis, you’ll become able to conjugate verbs correctly most of the time even if you don't remember the rules and exceptions off by heart.
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Here's a reminder of what the Spanish personal pronouns mean:
- yo = I
- tú = you (informal)
- él/ella = he/she
- nosotros/nosotras = we
- vosotros/vosotras = you (plural, informal, Spain only)
- ellos/ellas = they
- Usted = you (singular formal) & ustedes = you (plural formal). These are used much more in Latin America than in Spain - the latter being more informal.
How to conjugate hacer in the future tense - recommended video:
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