Will in Spanish – Simple Future

 
Will in Spanish
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How to apply will in Spanish?

ar, er, ir

There are two ways to form the Future Tense in Spanish: the Informal Future(ir + a + infinitive) and the Simple Future. 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. It is also used to express the possibility of what someone might or may be doing in the present.

Note: To form the Simple Future Tense, simply add the correct ending to the infinitive of the verb. All verb conjugations “– ar– er,and – ir” have the same endings in the Simple Future tense.

 Verbs that End in -ar

Subject-arEndings

Yo (I)

 (You)(Informal)-ás

Usted (You)(Formal)

Él/Ella(He/She)

Nosotros(as)(We)-emos

Vosotros(as)​(You)(Informal)-éis

Ustedes(You)(Formal)-án

Ellos(as)​(They)-án

 

Subject hablar– English translation

Yo (I) Hablaré I will speak

 (You)(Informal) Hablarás You will speak

Usted (You)(Formal) Hablará You will speak

Él/Ella(He/She) Hablará He/She will speak

Nosotros(as)​(We) Hablaremos We will speak

Vosotros(as)​(You)(Informal) Hablaréis You will speak

Ustedes(You)(Formal) Hablarán You will speak

Ellos(as)​(They) Hablarán They will speak

 

Verbs that End in -er

Subject-er Endings

Yo (I)

 (You)(Informal)-ás

Usted (You)(Formal)

Él/Ella(He/She)

Nosotros(as)​(We)-emos

Vosotros(as)​(You)(Informal)-éis

Ustedes(You)(Formal)-án

Ellos(as)​(They)-án

 

Subject comer– English translation

Yo (I) Comeré I will eat

 (You)(Informal) Comerás You will eat

Usted (You)(Formal) Comerá You will eat

Él/Ella(He/She) Comerá He/She will eat

Nosotros(as)​(We) Comeremos We will eat

Vosotros(as)​(You)(Informal) Comeréis You will eat

Ustedes(You)(Formal) Comerán You will eat

Ellos(as)​(They) Comerán They will eat

Verbs that End in -ir

Subject-irEndings

Yo (I)

 (You)(Informal)-ás

Usted (You)(Formal)

Él/Ella(He/She)

Nosotros(as)​(We)-emos

Vosotros(as)​(You)(Informal)-éis

Ustedes(You)(Formal)-án

Ellos(as)​(They)-án

Subject vivir– English translation

Yo (I) Viviré I will live

 (You)(Informal) Vivirás You will live

Usted (You)(Formal) Vivirá You will live

Él/Ella(He/She) Vivirá He/She will live

Nosotros(as)​(We) Viviremos We will live

Vosotros(as)​(You)(Informal) Viviréis– You will live

Ustedes(You)(Formal) Vivirán You will live

Ellos(as)​(They) Vivirán They will live

 

Examples

Check out these sentences with the Simple Future:

Jugarás para el equipo nacional. – You will play for the national team.
Él hablará con su novia esta noche. –  He will talk to his girlfriend tonight.
Llorarán al final de esa película. – You will cry at the end of that movie.

Uses of the Simple Future

 

While the Simple Future is most often used to talk about what a person will do, it can also be used to talk about conjecture, possibilities, and probabilities in the present, make predictions about the future, and give solemn commands.

Conjectures, Possibilities, and Probabilities

e.g.

Anita estaráen la playa ahora. – Anita is probably at the beach right now.

 

Los niños tendrán hambre.-  The children might be hungry.

Seránlas ocho de la mañana.-  It must be eight o’clock in the morning.

¿Dónde estaránmis llaves?-  Where could my keys be?

¿Cuántos años tendrá el profesor?-  I wonder how old the professor is?

Predictions about the Future

e.g.

 

Me casaré con un hombre guapo.-  I will marry a handsome man.

Encontraráun trabajo bueno. – He will find a good job.



The Simple Future can also be used in conditional sentences with “si”(if) to talk about what someone will do. In sentences like this, the verb immediately after “si” is in the Present Tense, while the verb in the other part of the sentence is in the Simple Future.

 

e.g.

Si tengo tiempo, saldréa correr en la tarde.-  If I have time, I’ll go to run in the afternoon.

Solemn Commands

e.g.


No robarás.-  You shall/will not steal.

 

Te sentarás aquí hasta que regrese.- You shall/will sit right here until I return.

Obedecerása tus abuelos. -You shall/will obey your grandparents.

Note: In Spanish, it’s very common for the Present Tense to be used to talk about Future events that are certain.

e.g.

 

Te veo mañana en la escuela. –I’ll see you tomorrow at school.

Me caso el 6 de mayo.- I will get married on May 6.

 Mis padres me visitanmañana. – My parents will visit me tomorrow

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Future Perfect in Spanish

Future Perfect in Spanish
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What is Future Perfect tense?

ar, er, ir

The Spanish Future Perfect indicative is used to talk about something that will have been completed at a certain point in the Future. It can also indicate a probability, or what might have or could have happened.

Future Perfect Formula:

Simple Future of “Haber” + Past Participle


 
Haber (To Have)

Subject – Simple Future of haber

Yo (I) habré

 (You)(Informal) habrás

Usted (You)(Formal) habrá

Él/Ella(He/She) habrá

Nosotros(as)(We) habremos

Vosotros(as)(You)(Informal) habréis

Ustedes(You)(Formal) habrán

Ellos(as)(They) –habrán

 

Verbs that End in -ar

Subject -ar Endings

Yo (I) habré +…ado

 (You)(Informal) habrás + …ado

Usted (You)(Formal) habrá + …ado

Él/Ella(He/She) habrá + …ado

Nosotros(as)(We) habremos + …ando

Vosotros(as)(You)(Informal) habréis + …ado

Ustedes(You)(Formal) habrán + …ado

Ellos(as)(They) habrán + …ado

Subject  hablar English translation

Yo (I) Habré hablado I will have spoken

 (You)(Informal) Habrás hablado You will have spoken

Usted (You)(Formal) Habrá hablado You will have spoken

Él /Ella(He/She) Habrá hablado He/She will have spoken

Nosotros(as)(We) Habremos hablado We will have spoken

Vosotros(as)(You)(Informal) Habréis hablado You will have spoken

Ustedes(You)(Formal) Habrán hablado You will have spoken

Ellos(as)(They) Habrán hablado They will have spoken

Verbs that End in -er

Subjecter Endings

Yo (I) habré +…ido

 (You)(Informal) habrás + …ido

Usted (You)(Formal) habrá + …ido

Él/Ella(He/She) habrá + …ido

Nosotros(as)(We) habremos + …ido

Vosotros(as)(You)(Informal) habréis + …ido

Ustedes(You)(Formal) habrán + …ido

Ellos(as)(They) habrán + …ido

 

 

Subject comer English translation

Yo (I) Habré comido– I will have eaten

 (You)(Informal) –Habrás comido You will have eaten

Usted (You)(Formal) Habrá comido You will have eaten

Él/Ella(He/She) Habrá comido He/She will have eaten

Nosotros(as)(We) Habremos comido– We will have eaten

Vosotros(as)(You)(Informal) Habréis comido You will have eaten

Ustedes(You)(Formal) Habrán comido You will have eaten

Ellos(as)(They) Habrán comido They will have eaten

 

Verbs that End in –ir

Subject -ir Endings

Yo (I) habré+…ido

 (You)(Informal) -habrás+ …ido

Usted (You)(Formal) -habrá + …ido

Él/Ella(He/She) habrá + …ido

Nosotros(as)(We) habremos + …ido

Vosotros(as)(You)(Informal) habréis + …ido

Ustedes(You)(Formal) -habrán + …ido

Ellos(as)(They) habrán + …ido

 

Subject –vivir English translation

Yo (I) Habré vivido I will have lived

 (You)(Informal) Habrás vivido– You will have lived

Usted (You)(Formal) Habrá vivido You will have lived

Él/Ella(He/She) –Habrá vivido He/She will have lived

Nosotros(as)(We) Habremos vivido We will have lived

Vosotros(as)(You)(Informal) Habréis vivido You will have lived

Ustedes(You)(Formal) Habrán vivido You will have lived

Ellos(as)(They) Habrán vivido They will have lived 

 

Future Perfect – Examples/Uses

Future Events

To talk about actions that will have been completed before another action in the Future. In this sense, the Future Perfect is used to talk about something that hasn’t happened yet.

e.g.

Habré terminado mi trabajo para Diciembre. – I will have finished my work by December.
Ya habrás pedido cuando yo llegue. –You will have already ordered when I arrive.
Usted habrá estudiado Español por tres años para este Mayo. – You will have studied three years of Spanish by this May.


Likelihood and Conjecture


To talk about likelihood or conjecture. In this sense, the Future Perfect is used to talk about what someone guesses or thinks might be true.


 e.g.

Question:¿Dónde está Paco? – Where is Paco?

Answer: Él habrá ido por otro café.- He might have gone for another coffee.

Ellos habrán tenido hambre para la noche. –They may have been hungry by nighttime.
Habrá
 salido de Atlanta. –She must have left Atlanta.

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Future Progressive in Spanish

Future Progressive in Spanish
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What is Future Progressive tense?

ar, er, ir

Progressive tenses use a form of “to be” along with the Present Participle of the verb or action stated. The participle form in English is the “ing” form of a verb.


This tense is formed with:

The modal “Will” + “Be” Present Participle  with an ending (-ing )

Verbs that End in -ar

Subjectar Endings

Yo (I) -estaré +…ando

 (You)(Informal) -estarás + …ando

Usted (You)(Formal) -estará+ …ando

Él/Ella(He/She) -estará + …ando

Nosotros(as)(We) -estaremos+ …ando

Vosotros(as)(You)(Informal) -estaráis + …ando

Ustedes(You)(Formal) -estarán + …ando

Ellos(as)(They) -estarán + …ando

 

 

Subject hablar– English translation

Yo (I) Estaré hablando I will be speaking

 (You)(Informal) Estarás hablando You will be speaking

Usted (You)(Formal) Estará hablando You will be speaking

Él/Ella(He/She) Estará hablando He/She will be speaking

Nosotros(as)(We) Estaremos hablando We will be speaking

Vosotros(as)(You)(Informal) Estaráis hablando You will be speaking

Ustedes(You)(Formal) Estarán hablando You will be speaking

Ellos(as)(They) Estarán hablando They will be speaking

Verbs that End in -er

Subject -er Endings

Yo (I) -estaré +…iendo

 (You)(Informal) -estarás + … iendo

Usted (You)(Formal) -estará+ … iendo

Él/Ella(He/She) -estará + … iendo

Nosotros(as)(We) -estaremos+ … iendo

Vosotros(as)(You)(Informal) -estaráis + … iendo

Ustedes(You)(Formal) -estarán + … iendo

Ellos(as)(They) -estarán + … iendo

 

 

Subject comer– English translation

Yo (I) Estaré comiendo I will be eating

 (You)(Informal) Estarás comiendo You will be eating

Usted (You)(Formal) Estará comiendo You will be eating

Él/Ella(He/She) Estará comiendo He/She will be eating

Nosotros(as)(We) Estaremos comiendo We will be eating

Vosotros(as)(You)(Informal) Estaráis comiendo You will be eating

Ustedes(You)(Formal) Estarán comiendo You  will be eating

Ellos(as)(They) Estarán comiendo They will be eating

 

 Verbs that End in -ir

Subject-ir Endings

Yo (I)-estaré +…iendo

 (You)(Informal)-estarás + … iendo

Usted (You)(Formal)-estará+ … iendo

Él/Ella(He/She)-estará + … iendo

Nosotros(as)(We)-estaremos+ … iendo

Vosotros(as)(You)(Informal)-estaráis + … iendo

Ustedes(You)(Formal)-estarán + … iendo

Ellos(as)(They)-estarán + … iendo

 

Subject vivir– English translation

Yo (I) Estaré viviendo I will be living

 (You)(Informal) Estarás viviendo You will be living

Usted (You)(Formal) Estará viviendo You will be living

Él /Ella(He/She) Estará viviendo He/She will be living

Nosotros(as)(We) Estaremos viviendo We will be living

Vosotros(as)(You)(Informal) Estaráis viviendo You will be living

Ustedes(You)(Formal) Estarán viviendo You will be living

Ellos(as)(They) Estarán viviendo They will be living

 

Future Progressive – Examples

Cuando vengas estaré leyendo unas revistas.- When you come, I will be reading some magazines.

Papá estará leyendo un libro. – Dad will be reading a book.

Mi familia estará pensando en mí.- My family will be thinking about me.

El Sábado ellas estarán haciendo tartas de calabaza.- On Saturday they will be cooking pumpkin pies.

El jueves mis gatitos estarán yendo al veterinario.- On Thursday my kitties will be going to the veterinary.

Ellos estarán jugando un partido de fútbol el Sábado.- They will be playing a soccer game this Saturday.

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Future Perfect Progressive in Spanish

Future Perfect Progressive in Spanish
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What is Future Perfect Progressive tense in Spanish?


ar, er, ir

Future Perfect Progressive is used to speak of an action that begins in the past, the present or the future and that continues until completing at some point in the future.

 

The formula for the Future Perfect Progressive:

Will Have Been + Present Participle(-ing).

Verbs that End in -ar

Subject – ar Endings

Yo (I) – habré estado +…ando

 (You)(Informal) – habrás estado + …ando

Usted (You)(Formal) – habrá estado + …ando

Él/Ella(He/She) – habrá estado + …ando

Nosotros(as)(We) – habremos estado + …ando

Vosotros(as)(You)(Informal) – habréis estado + …ando

Ustedes(You)(Formal) – habrán estado + …ando

Ellos(as)(They) – habrán estado + …ando

 

Subject hablar– English translation

Yo (I) Habré estado hablando –I will have been speaking

 (You)(Informal) Habrás estado hablando You will have been speaking

Usted (You)(Formal) Habrá estado hablando You will have been speaking

Él/Ella(He/She) Habrá estado hablando He/She will have been speaking

Nosotros(as)We) Habremos estado hablando We will have been speaking

Vosotros(as)(You)(Informal) Habréis estado hablando You will have been speaking

Ustedes(You)(Formal) Habrán estado hablando You will have been speaking

Ellos(as)(They) Habrán estado hablando They will have been speaking

 

Verbs that End in -er

Subject er Endings

Yo (I) -habré estado +…iendo

 (You)(Informal) -habrás estado + … iendo

Usted (You)(Formal) -habrá estado + … iendo

Él/Ella(He/She) -habrá estado + … iendo

Nosotros(as)(We) -habremos estado + … iendo

Vosotros(as)(You)(Informal) -habréis estado + … iendo

Ustedes(You)(Formal) -habrán estado + … iendo

Ellos(as)(They) -habrán estado + … iendo

 

 

Subject comer– English translation

Yo (I) Habré estado comiendo –I will have been eating

 (You)(Informal) Habrás estado comiendo You will have been eating

Usted (You)(Formal) Habrá estado comiendo You will have been eating

Él/Ella(He/She) Habrá estado comiendo He/She will have been eating

Nosotros(as)(We) Habremos estado comiendo -We will have been eating

Vosotros(as)(You)(Informal) Habréis estado comiendo You will have been eating

Ustedes(You)(Formal) Habrán estado comiendo You  will have been eating

Ellos(as)(They) Habrán estado comiendo They will have been eating

 

Verbs that End in -ir

Subject -ir Endings

Yo (I) -habré estado +…iendo

 (You)(Informal) -habrás estado + … iendo

Usted (You)(Formal) -habrá estado + … iendo

Él/Ella(He/She) -habrá estado + … iendo

Nosotros(as)(We) -habremos estado + … iendo

Vosotros(as)(You)(Informal) -habréis estado + … iendo

Ustedes(You)(Formal) -habrán estado + … iendo

Ellos(as)(They) -habrán estado + … iendo

 

Subject vivir– English translation

Yo (I) Habré estado viviendo I will have been living

 (You)(Informal) Habrás estado viviendo You will have been living

Usted (You)(Formal) Habrá estado viviendo You will have been living

Él/Ella(He/She) Habrá estado viviendo He/She will have been living

Nosotros(as)(We) Habremos estado viviendo We will have been living

Vosotros(as)(You)(Informal) Habréis estado viviendo –You will have been living

Ustedes(You)(Formal) Habrán estado viviendo –You will have been living

Ellos(as)(They) Habrán estado viviendo –They will have been living

Future Perfect Progressive – Examples

Habré estado viviendo en Italia por un mes cuando vengas de visita. -I will have been living in Italy for a month when you come to visit.

Habrás estado corriendo dos horas cuando salga el sol.- You will have been running for two hours when the sun comes up.

Habré estado trabajando cinco horas cuando me llames. -I’ll have been working for five hours when you call.

Habrás estado durmiendo todo el día cuando llegue. -You’ll have been sleeping all day when I arrive.

Habrá estado manejando siete horas cuando se detenga. – He’ll have been driving for seven hours when he stops.

Ella habrá estado corriendo por cinco horas cuando se acabe el maratón. -She’ll have been running for five hours when the marathon ends.

Habrá estado lloviendo durante una hora en Puebla cuando lleguemos. – It’ll have been raining for an hour in Puebla when we arrive.

Habremos estado practicando un mes cuando presentemos la obra. – We’ll have been practicing for a month when we put on the play.

Habrán estado  jugando fútbol por dos horas cuando baje el sol. -They’ll have been playing soccer for two hours when the sun goes down.

 

Informal Future in Spanish

Informal Future in Spanish
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What is Informal Future in Spanish?

ar, er, ir – Form

The Informal Future also called the Periphrastic Future (El Futuro Perifrástico), is formed with the verb “ir” (to go).

Unlike the Simple Future, which uses just one word, the Informal Future uses a combination of the verb “ir”, the preposition “a”, and “an infinitive”.

Informal Future Formula:

ir a + infinitive

Verbs that End in -ar

Subject –ir a + Infinitive (ar)

Yo (I) -voy a (infinitive)

Tú (You)(Informal) -vas a (infinitive)

Usted (You)(Formal) -va a (infinitive)

Él/Ella(He/She) -va a (infinitive)

Nosotros(as)(We) -vamos a (infinitive)

Vosotros(as)​(You)(Informal) -vais a (infinitive)

Ustedes(You)(Formal) -van a (infinitive)

Ellos(as)​(They) -van a (infinitive)

 

Subject –hablar English translation

Yo (I) -Voy a hablar –I am going to speak

 (You)(Informal) -Vas a hablar –You are going to speak

Usted (You)(Formal) -Va a hablar –You are going to speak

Él/Ella(He/She) -Va a hablar – He/She is going to speak

Nosotros(as)​(We) -Vamos a hablar –We are going to speak

Vosotros(as)​(You)(Informal) -Vais a hablar –You are going to speak

Ustedes(You)(Formal) -Van a hablar –You are going to speak

Ellos(as)​(They) -Van a hablar –They are going to speak

 

Verbs that End in -er

Subject-ir a + Infinitive (er)

Yo (I) -voy a (infinitive)

 (You)(Informal) -vas a (infinitive)

Usted (You)(Formal) -va a (infinitive)

Él/Ella(He/She) -va a (infinitive)

Nosotros(as)(We) -vamos a (infinitive)

Vosotros(as)​(You)(Informal) -vais a (infinitive)

Ustedes(You)(Formal) -van a (infinitive)

Ellos(as)​(They) -van a (infinitive)

 

Subject –comer English translation

Yo (I) -Voy a comer –I am going to eat

Tú (You)(Informal) -Vas a comer –You are going to eat

Usted (You)(Formal) -Va a comer –You are going to eat

Él/Ella(He/She) -Va a comer –He/She is going to eat

Nosotros(as)​(We) -Vamos a comer –We are going to eat

Vosotros(as)​(You)(Informal) -Vais a comer –You are going to eat

Ustedes(You)(Formal) -Van a comer –You are going to eat

Ellos(as)​(They) -Van a comer –They are going to eat

 

Verbs that End in –ir

Subject-ir a + Infinitive (ir)

Yo (I) -voy a (infinitive)

 (You)(Informal) -vas a (infinitive)

Usted (You)(Formal) -va a (infinitive)

Él/Ella(He/She) -va a (infinitive)

Nosotros(as)(We) -vamos a (infinitive)

Vosotros(as)​(You)(Informal) -vais a (infinitive)

Ustedes(You)(Formal) -van a (infinitive)

Ellos(as)​(They) -van a (infinitive)

 

Subject –vivir– English translation

Yo (I) -Voy a vivir –I am going to live

 (You)(Informal) -Vas a vivir –You are going to live

Usted (You)(Formal) -Va a vivir –You are going to live

Él/Ella(He/She) -Va a vivir –He/She is going to live

Nosotros(as)​(We) -Vamos a vivir –We are going to live

Vosotros(as)​(You)(Informal) -Vais a vivir –You are going to live

Ustedes(You)(Formal) -Van a vivir –You are going to live

Ellos(as)​(They) -Van a vivir –They are going to live

 

Compare the two forms in the table below.

 –Simple Future

Spanish- Estudiaré mucho mañana

English– I will study a lot tomorrow.

 

  –Informal Future

Spanish- Voy a estudiar mucho mañana.

English– I am going to study a lot tomorrow.

Informal Future  – Examples

The following e.g.s show the Informal future used with each of the different grammatical subjects in Spanish.

Yo voy a viajar por España.- I am going to travel through Spain.

vas a cantar.You are going to sing.

Usted va a ser famoso.- You are going to be famous.

Ella va a comprar un coche nuevo.- She is going to buy a new car.

Nosotros vamos a cenar a las nueve. –We are going to eat dinner at 9 o’clock.

Vosotros vais a jugar al fútbol esta tarde. –You are going to play soccer this afternoon.

Ustedes van a estudiar mucho.-You are going to study a lot.

Ellos van a dormir en el primer piso. –They are going to sleep on the first floor.

Ellos van a bailar. – They are going to dance.

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Irregular Verbs in the Simple Future

Irregular Verbs in the Simple Future
Let’s learn to conjugate irregular verbs in the Simple Future. Study the rules of conjugations in Spanish. Learn Spanish verb tenses online.

How many irregular verbs are there in the Future tense?

Note: The Future Tense is used to tell what “will” happen, or what “shall” happen.

There are twelve common verbs that are irregular in the Future tense. Since the endings are the same as all other Future tense verbs, we show only the “yo” form, and have underlined the irregular stem.


caber (to fit)yo cabré
poner (to put) –
yo pondré
decir (to say) 
yo diré
haber (to  have)
yo habré
salir (to get out) –
yo saldré
hacer  (to do) –
yo haré
poder (to be able to)
yo podré
tener (to have)
yo tendré
querer (to want) –
yo querré
valer (to avail) –
yo valdré
saber (to know)– 
yo sabré
venir (to come)
yo vendré

Examples:

Yo cabré ahí – I will fit there
Yo pondré ir a la reunión – I will go to the meeting
Habré hecho todas las tareas – I will have done all the homework
Yo saldré al parque – I will go out to the park
Yo haré la comida para todos – I will make food for everyone
Podré ganar mucho dinero – I will be able to earn a lot of money

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Viajar, Conocer, Escribir in the Simple Future Tense

Viajar, Conocer, Escribir in the Simple Future Tense
Let’s learn to conjugate the verbs viajar, conocer and escribir in the Simple Future tense.  Study the rules of conjugations in Spanish. Learn Spanish verb tenses online.

Simple Future | Viajar, Conocer, Escribir

Subject – viajar (to travel)
Yo (I) -viajaré
Tú (You)(Informal) -viajarás
Usted (You)(Formal) -viajará
Él/Ella(He/She) -viajará
Nosotros(as)​(We) -viajaremos  
Vosotros(as)​(You)(Informal) -viajaréis  
Ustedes(You)(Formal) -viajarán
Ellos(as)​(They) -viajarán

 

Subject – conocer (to meet)
Yo (I) -conoceré
Tú (You)(Informal) -conocerás
Usted (You)(Formal) -conocerá
Él/Ella(He/She) -conocerá
Nosotros(as)​We) -conoceremos  
Vosotros(as)​(You)(Informal) -conoceréis
Ustedes(You)(Formal) -conocerán
Ellos(as)​(They) -conocerán

 

Subject – escribir (to write)
Yo (I) -escribiré
Tú (You)(Informal) -escribirás
Usted (You)(Formal) -escribirá
Él/Ella(He/She) -escribirá
Nosotros(as)​(We) -escribiremos  
Vosotros(as)​(You)(Informal) -escribiréis
Ustedes(You)(Formal) -escribirán
Ellos(as)​(They) -escribirán

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