What is El futuro inmediato?
El futuro inmediato (The Near Future)
The near future in Spanish is formed with the present tense forms of the verb ir (to go) + the preposition a followed by the infinitive of the main verb. It is a verbal periphrasis that allows to express in the present a statement which conveys an idea of the future.
What is simple future Spanish?
There are two ways to form the future tense in Spanish: the informal future (ir + a + infinitive) and the simple future (el futuro simple. ). The simple future, unlike the informal future, is expressed in a single word. The Spanish simple future is used to talk about what will or shall happen.
What are the forms of IR?
Ir conjugation: basic forms
|él, ella, Usted||va||iba|
What is infinitive Spanish?
An infinitive is the form of the verb you would find in a dictionary, equivalent to ‘to do’ or ‘to play’ in English. All infinitives in Spanish end in either -ar, -er, or -ir.
What is Futuro Imperfecto in Spanish?
The future simple indicative, or simple future (futuro imperfecto/futuro simple de indicativo), expresses a forthcoming action, an intention or a probability.
What is future perfect tense in Spanish?
The future perfect is formed by using the simple future tenses of haber followed by a past participle. The Spanish future perfect can be used in much the same way as the English future perfect, which takes the form of “will have + verb + participle.”
How many Spanish tenses are there?
In total, there are 14 (7 simple and 7 compound): Present, Imperfect, Preterite, Future, Conditional, Present Perfect, Pluperfect, Preterit Perfect, Future Perfect, Conditional Perfect, Present Subjunctive, Imperfect Subjunctive, Present Perfect Subjunctive, and Pluperfect Subjunctive.
What is the future tense of ser?
Future of Ser
|Subject Pronouns||Ser Conjugation: Future||Translation|
|yo||seré||I will be|
|tú||serás||you will be|
|él/ella/usted||será||he/she/you formal will be|
|nosotros/nosotras||seremos||we will be|
What are the future tense endings?
The future tense is extremely regular in its formation; for all verbs, it is made simply by adding the future endings (-ai, -as, -a, -ons, -ez, -ont) to the future stem. For most verbs the future stem consists of the infinitive, less any final “e.”