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Grammar - Conjugating - AR Verbs in the Future Tense (Part 3)
Can you conjugate the Spanish verb, 'atar' (to tie), in the future tense?

Grammar - Conjugating - AR Verbs in the Future Tense (Part 3)

This Spanish Difficult Review quiz continues on with learning how to conjugate AR verbs in the future tense. It is the third quiz in this little mini-series and it will also introduce you to a few new AR verbs. As there are new verbs, only the irregular forms of the verb will be provided to you in this introduction. If the verb is conjugated as a regular verb in either the present tense or the past tense, that conjugation will not be provided.

Once you have studied the new verbs you may then proceed to the quiz section. It will run exactly the same way as the quizzes ran in both (Part 1) and (Part 2) of the Spanish Difficult Review quizzes with the same title given above. In other words, you will be given the base form of a verb and you will then need to then find the correct future tense verb translation that will go along with the appropriate pronoun form. But first, let’s take a look at the new verbs.

CONTAR (to count)

  • Present Tense: (yo) cuento; (tú) cuentas; (él/ella/usted/lo) cuenta; (nosotros/as) contamos; (vosotros/as) contáis; (ellos/ellas/ustedes/los) cuentan

PRACTICAR (to practice)

  • Past Tense: (yo) practiqué; (tú) practicaste; (él/ella/usted/lo) practicó; (nosotros/as) practicamos; (vosotros/as) practicasteis; (ellos/ellas/ustedes/los) practicaron

ACUSAR (to accuse)

CULPAR (to blame)

PLANEAR (to plan)

ELEVAR (to soar)

REFLEJAR (to reflect)

TOCAR (to touch)

  • Past Tense: (yo) toqué; (tú) tocaste; (él/ella/usted/lo) tocó; (nosotros/as) tocamos; (vosotros/as) tocasteis; (ellos/ellas/ustedes/los) tocaron

ESCUCHAR (to listen)

CONSIDERAR (to consider)

ELIMINAR (to eliminate)

REGRESAR (to return)

CAZAR (to hunt)

  • Past Tense: (yo) cacé; (tú) cazaste; (él/ella/usted/lo) cazó; (nosotros/as) cazamos; (vosotros/as) cazasteis; (ellos/ellas/ustedes/los) cazaron

ATAR (to tie)

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1.
Carl CULPAR his dog for eating his homework.
culparía
culpará
culpó
culpaba
The verb culpar means to blame. Now you need to make it a future tense verb. To do that you need to know which pronoun can replace Carl. That would be he or él. The first answer is a conditional verb form translation and the last answer is an imperfect verb form translation. You have not learned either of these verb forms and they are not the future tense for which is needed here. The third answer is a past tense verb form which reads: he blamed. That is not correct. The second answer reads: he will blame. It is the proper pronoun verb form and the given sentence now reads as: Carl will blame his dog for eating his homework.
2.
Your behavior REFLEJAR upon whether you get the job or not.
reflejará
reflejarán
reflejarás
reflejara
The verb reflejar means to reflect. Now you need to make it a future tense verb. To do that you need to know which pronoun can replace your behavior. Remember, it is the behavior that is the object here. Therefore it is an indirect pronoun or 'it'. The second answer reads: they will reflect. This is not the proper future tense pronoun form. The third answer reads: you [singular familiar] will reflect. It, too, is not the proper future tense pronoun form. The last answer is not a proper verb form. The first answer reads: it will reflect. It is the proper pronoun verb form and the given sentence now reads as: Your behavior will reflect upon whether you get the job or not.
3.
We ELIMINAR all of the obstacles in the way.
eliminaramos
eliminarimos
eliminarámos
eliminaremos
The verb eliminar means to eliminate. Now you need to make it a future tense verb. The pronoun 'we' has been provided for you. The first, second and third answers each show improper and incorrect future tense verb forms. The last answer reads: we will eliminate. It is the proper pronoun verb form and the given sentence now reads as: We will eliminate all of the obstacles in the way.
4.
Gayle and Eddie TOCAR the pole first.
tocaron
tocaremos
tocarán
toquemos
The verb tocar means to touch. Now you need to make it a future tense verb. To do that you need to know which pronoun can replace Gayle and Eddie. That would be they or ellos. The first answer is a past tense verb form that reads: they touched. It is not the form needed here. The second answer reads: we will touch. That is not the proper future pronoun verb form. The last answer is not a correct verb form. The third answer reads: they will touch. It is the proper pronoun verb form and the given sentence now reads as: Gayle and Eddie will touch the pole first.
5.
You ACUSAR just about anyone. (plural familiar)
acusarán
acusaréis
acusarás
acusará
The verb acusar means to accuse. Now you need to make it a future tense verb. The pronoun 'you' [plural familiar] has been provided for you. Each answer shown reads: you will accuse. However, the first answer shows the [plural formal] you. The third answer shows the [singular familiar] you and the last answer shows the [singular formal] you. The second answer, however, shows the future tense pronoun verb form for [plural familiar] you. It now reads as: You will accuse just about anyone.
6.
I ATAR the boat to the dock.
atará
ataró
atarí
ataré
The verb atar means to tie. Now you need to make it a future tense verb. The pronoun 'I' has been provided for you. The first answer is the improper future tense pronoun form as it reads: he/she/you [singular formal]/it will tie. The second and third answers are not proper verb forms. The last answer reads: I will tie. It is the proper pronoun verb form and the given sentence now reads as: I will tie the boat to the dock.
7.
The firemen CAZAR down the cause of the fire.
cazaréis
cazarán
cacarán
cazaban
The verb cazar means to hunt. Now you need to make it a future tense verb. To do that you need to know which pronoun can replace the firemen. That would be they or ellos. The first answer reads: you [plural familiar] will hunt. That is not the proper future pronoun form needed here. The third answer is a misspelled verb. The last answer is the imperfect verb form which is not what is needed here. The second answer reads: they will hunt. It is the proper pronoun verb form and the given sentence now reads as: The firemen will hunt down the cause of the fire.
8.
You PRACTICAR your new vocabulary verbs tonight. (singular familiar)
practicarás
practicará
practicara
practicarán
The verb practicar means to practice. Now you need to make it a future tense verb. The pronoun 'you' [singular familiar] has been provided for you. The third answer is not a proper verb form. The second and last answers both show the future pronoun verb tense form for 'you will practice' only the second answer is the [singular formal] 'you' and the last answer is the [plural formal] 'you' so neither is correct. The first answer reads: you will practice. The sentence now reads as: You will practice your new vocabulary verbs tonight.
9.
I ESCUCHAR to the news on the radio.
escucharó
escuchare
escuchariá
escucharé
The verb escuchar means to listen. Now you need to make it a future tense verb. The pronoun 'I' has been provided for you. The first, second and third answers each do not show a proper verb form making them incorrect. The last answer reads: I will listen. It is the proper pronoun verb form and the given sentence now reads as: I will listen to the news on the radio.
10.
The committee REGRESAR to cast their vote on the pending issues.
regresaremos
regresarán
regresará
regresarás
The verb regresar means to return. Now you need to make it a future tense verb. To do that you need to know which pronoun can replace the committee. The pronoun for the committee would be an indirect pronoun or 'it'. The first answer reads: we will return. This is not the proper future tense pronoun form needed here. The second answer reads: they will return. It, too, is not the proper future tense pronoun form. The last answer reads: you [singular familiar] will return. Again, it is not the proper future tense pronoun to use here. The third answer reads: it will return. It is the proper pronoun verb form and the given sentence now reads as: The committee will return to cast their vote on the pending issues.
Author:  Christine G. Broome

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