Table of Contents
|1. Introduction to The Future Tense||2. Simple future Tenses|
|3. Perfect future Tense||4. Periphrastic Future Tense|
It is interesting to note how future grammatical time seems to be undervalued in that highway of languages in the world in comparison with the past and above all the present, considering also what we saw in a past class where the present takes up positions with meanings towards the future in those phrases of the type:
The future simple does not have much complication in being formed but certain grammatical rules must be taken into consideration. In the first place, we must know that in Spanish we will not find an auxiliary element like the Will in English, in fact this means that we must, as a general rule, make modifications in the endings of the verb linked to the subject, these standard endings will be "ar", "er" or "ir", let's see a table that will show us the way to conjugate the verbs of the Future Simple.
In this mode, as we can see, the use of tilde is elementary or imperative in the final part of some conjugations, for this reason it is important that we appreciate the following sentences to strengthen a little better the idea presented.
Sujeto (Subject) Gritar (shout) Rodar (roll) Rugir (Roar) Yo Gritaré ( I will shout) Rodaré (I´ll roll) Rugiré (I will roar) Tú Gritarás (You will shout) Rodarás (You will roll) Rugirás (you will roar) Él/Ella Gritará (He/She will shout) Rodará (He/She will roll) Rugirá (He/She will roar) Nosotros Gritaremos (We will shout) Rodaremos (We will roll) Rugiremos (We will roar) Vosotros Gritaréis (You will shout) Rodaréis (You will roll) Rugiréis You will roar) Ellos/Ellas Gritarán (They will shout) Rodarán (They will roll) Rugirán (they will roar)
The composition of the Future Perfect is surprisingly simple. In each compound tense of Spanish, a scheme is respected that is initiated by the verb "haber" to continue with the participle, in this way, the dynamic with the Future Perfect consists of conjugating the verb "haber" in the simple future and attaching to it the participle of the dominant or main verb.
It is important to emphasize that the auxiliary will always be the verb "to have", the participle is constant and under no circumstances should there be anything between the verb and the participle. Let's see.
Verb Haber Participle Result Habré Bail –ar ? bail -ado Habré bailado Habrás Cant –ar ? cant -ado Habrás cantado Habremos Com –er ? com -ido Habremos comido Habréis Viv –ir ? viv -ido Habréis vivido Habrán Juzg –ar ? juzg -ado Habrán juzgado
In the Spanish language there is a mode of the future which in a semantic way tries to give meaning by means of an immediate, near or proximate that lacks specificity. In other words, it expresses an event that will happen without announcing it in exactly the following way for example