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03 Future Tense (part 1)

Posted by Señor Jordan on Dec 29, 2011 in -AR, -ER, -IR, conjugation, future, grammar, regular, verbs, year 3 |

Hola.  In this video lesson we will be talking about the future tense.  It’s actually pretty easy to form as you will see the in the video.  Enjoy!

Leave any questions, comments or suggestions below.

verb chart:


abuelos – grandparents
alguien – someone
años – years
carne – meat
consejos – advice
días – days
discípulo – disciple
edad – age
el aeropuerto – airport
el cáncer – cancer
el equipo – team
el fin de semana – weekend
el hotel – hotel
el Imperio Romano – Roman Empire
el martes – (on) Tuesday
el miércoles – (on) Wednesday
el mundo – the world
el Santo Grial – the Holy Grail
el torneo – tournament
enfermera – nurse
galaxias – galaxies
habitación – room
hermana – sister
la boda – wedding
la copa – cup; wineglass
la gasolina – gasoline
la gente – people
la esposa – wife
la mañana – morning
la playa – beach
la Última Cena – the Last Supper
las mujeres – women
las vacaciones – vacation
los carros – cars
los cerdos – pigs
los estudiantes – students
los hombres – men
meses – months
número – number
papá – dad
papás – parents
partes – parts
petróleo – petroleum
permiso – permission
piscina – pool
planetas – planets
sábado – Saturday
semestre – semester
sonrisa – smile
un abuelo – a grandfather
un restaurante – restaurant
una cura – a cure
vecino – neighbor
vida – life

aprender – to learn
bailar – to dance
beber – to drink
cantar – to sing
casarse – to get married
cocinar – to cook
comer – to eat
creer – to think; believe
depender – to depend
dormir – to sleep
enamorarse de – to fall in love (with)
encontrar – to find
enojarse – to get angry
entenderse – to understand each other
estar – to be
graduarse – to graduate
ir – to go
levantarse – to get up
llamar – to call
llevar – to take; carry
llover – to rain
pedir – to ask for
usar – to use
viajar – to travel
volar – to fly
saber – to know
ser – to be
sentirse – to feel
irse – to leave

antes de – before
algunos – some
cincuenta – fifty
con – with
cuando – when
durante – during
después de – after
eliminado – eliminated
elegante – elegant
en – in, on
enamorado – in love
este – this
otro – other
mi – my
más – more
muerto – dead
mejor – better
nunca – never
para – for
perdedor – losing
pero – but
porque – because
posiblemente – possibly
por – for
pronto – soon
próximo – next
que – that
qué – what
quién – who
si – if
sin – without
sobre – about
su – his/her/your/their
tarde – late
todo – all
tu – your
vivo – alive
ya no – no longer
ya – already
y – and


Related videos:

  1. Future Tense (part 2) – Irregular verbs
  2. Conditional

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Steve Young
Jan 2, 2012 at 8:18 am

Excelente- gracias.

Vishesh Chugh
May 27, 2012 at 12:22 pm

Hola sr.jordan

Your videos are excellent but please can u load all the videos of level 3 in a short period of time.I have my examinations in the coming month .It will be priceless for me.Gracias y adios.

Apr 4, 2013 at 1:10 am

The sound in this video doesn´t work! I hope you can fix it asap, as your videos are really helpful to me, towards my exam 🙂

Mar 1, 2014 at 9:42 am

Thanks so much for all your videos. From 10 minutes watching your video I learn more than 1 hour of class. About the future tense, could you tell me when to use the future tense as in this video and when IR+A+VERB? I couldn’t find any clear answer on the internet, maybe they’re both fine 🙂

Keep up your awesome work!
Greetings from The Netherlands.

May 4, 2015 at 9:31 am

Hola Jordan! I have an examination coming soon for Spanish. It requires me to read a series of text then to ultimately answer questions on it relating to its English translation. I would be very thankful if you were to create a video with helpful tips on how to successfully read and translate Spanish into English quick & easy!


Carlos Fernandez
Jul 7, 2015 at 7:02 am

I was referring my students to your Future #1 video…regulars but the sound seems not to work. Other videos are fine. Is it something wrong at your end? Any advice would greatly be appreciated. Gracias por el trabajo de excelencia. A mis alumnos les gustan mucho los videos.

Señor Jordan
Jul 8, 2015 at 7:50 pm

Thanks for your comment! On some of the old videos, I didn’t know that I recorded in stereo but on one side. So in this one, it is only on the right side of the speakers. (Or maybe if it doesn’t come out of the right side, check the left). It’s one or the other!

Sorry about that! Thanks for believing my videos are good enough to help your students!

-Sr. J

Mar 13, 2017 at 10:04 am


Angelina Gentilin
Mar 16, 2017 at 8:09 am

My teacher Mrs. Miller met you at a conference recently, and took a picture with you and then showed it to our spanish class. She said that you have been recently getting hateful comments, so I wanted to let you know that I and my spanish 3 class loves you and your videos! We have to watch them for assignments, and they’re some of my favorite homework. Just letting you know that your work is greatly appreciated at Highland !
Gracias por todo lo que haces!

Winter Lyn Cuento
Feb 17, 2019 at 8:21 am

Quiero mucho sus videos y usted tambien. No hablo espanol con fluidez pero tus videos me ayudan mucho con mis estudios. Eres una inspiracion y si tendre dinero suficiente en el futuro, me gustaria visitarte para que podria agradecerte en personal.



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