In this Spanish Difficult Review quiz you will begin to conjugate IR verbs in the future tense. As you learned in the previous AR future tense quiz series, future tense verbs, for the most part, consist of the base form of the verb with the future tense verb endings added to them. However, in the ER future tense quiz series you learned that some verbs are irregular in the future tense. This means that their base form changes prior to adding on the future tense verb endings.
As a quick review, the AR future tense verb endings are: é, ás, á, emos, éis, án while the ER future tense verb endings are: é, ás, á, emos, éis, án. Whoops, they are the same! Okay then. Now let’s take a look at the IR future tense verb endings.
The IR future tense verb endings are: é, ás, á, emos, éis, án. Yup – you guessed it! Each of the three verb endings contain the same endings in the future tense. That should make writing and speaking in the future tense in Spanish so much easier as there is far less things to remember. However, there are irregular IR future tense verb endings but those will be addressed in (Part 3) of this series. For this quiz, you will only be dealing with already known IR verbs that are regular verbs in the future tense. For practice, let’s look at one of those verbs.
The challenge for this quiz will be the same as it has been for both the AR and ER verbs. In each of the ten quiz sentences a base verb form is shown in all capitalized letters. You are to locate the correct and proper pronoun future tense verb form that can be used in place of the given verb. If you would like to review the AR and ER future tense verb quiz series first, please do so now. When you are ready, return to this quiz. Otherwise, please simply dive right into the quiz below!