Use the chart, examples, and video below to learn how to conjugate tener in the future tense ("futuro").
Tener: Future Tense Conjugation Chart
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Examples: how to conjugate tener in future tense
Here are some examples of conjugating tener in future form:
En ese caso, tendré el honor de estar a su lado.
In that case, I will have the honour of being at your side.
En poco tiempo, tendrás que empezar a pensar en la universidad.
Before long, you will have to start thinking about university.
Pronto tendrá problemas si sigue así.
Soon, he will have problems if he continues like this.
- Tener is an irregular verb, including in the future tense.
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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 tener in the future tense - recommended video:
(note the translations provided in the video above are in both French and English)
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