Ser Future Tense Conjugation

Use the chart, examples, and video below to learn how to conjugate ser in the future tense ("futuro").

Ser: Future Tense Conjugation Chart

yo se
él/ella/Ud. se
nosotros seremos
vosotros seréis
ellos/ellas/Uds. serán

Want to learn Spanish faster? See videos and reviews of our talented tutors.

Examples: how to conjugate ser in future tense

Here are some examples of conjugating ser in future form:

Señoras y Señores, seré breve.

Ladies and gentlemen, I will be brief.

Será un partido difícil de ganar.

It will be a difficult match to win.

Solo serán aceptados los documentos enviados electrónicamente.

Only documents sent electronically will be accepted.


  • Ser is an irregular verb, making it trickier to learn. However, it is regular in the future tense. Phew!
  • 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.
  • If you want help with grammar, or you just want to become fluent in Spanish, you may want to take personalised 1-on-1 lessons. At LanguaTalk, we make an effort to find the very best online tutors, and many of them offer lower rates than you’d find in your local area. Check tutors’ reviews and videos HERE, and consider booking a free trial session (no card required).

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 ser in the future tense - recommended video:

Learn Spanish fast with 1-on-1 lessons tailored to your needs. View tutors' videos and book a free trial session here.

See how to conjugate ser in other tenses:

Conjugate ser in the preterite

Conjugate ser in the present

Conjugate ser in the imperfect

Conjugate ser in the subjunctive