Learn Spanish Tenses: 3 ways to express the future in Spanish

Learn three different ways to express a future action in Spanish. We are going to learn to express the short-term future, the long-term future, and the future using the present tense. First, you will learn the future with the structure that uses the verb “ir” plus the preposition “a” plus any verb in infinitive. The second structure you will learn is the long-term future that consists of making the future tense by adding certain endings to the infinitive verb. The third way of expressing the future in Spanish that you will learn in this video consists of using the present tense of a verb, and adding a future time marker like “esta noche”, “mañana”, “el año que viene”, etc. More importantly, in this Spanish class you will learn when to use each of these futures, when to use one over the other, and what is the most adequate future depending on the context. This lesson will help you become more fluent in Spanish by learning little details about expressing a future action. Many of us would like to follow a book and learn the Spanish future by the book. However, when we learn this way, our Spanish could sound artificial in the real world. This is why I made this lesson: to show you that there is a future tense, and that there are also other correct ways to say the future that you will hear Spanish speakers using.

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These other lessons of mine enhance the topic of the future tense in Spanish:

The verb to go, “ir” and the future in Spanish:

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