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Grammar - Conjugating - IR Verbs in the Future Tense (Part 3)
Learn the future tense form of Spanish verbs like 'reír' (to laugh) in this quiz.

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

This Spanish Difficult Review quiz continues your journey with conjugating IR verbs in the future tense. It is the last of this three part series. At this point in your studies you have learned that in the future tense, the base form of each verb is used and then the future tense verb endings are added on to that base. You also learned that in the future tense, the AR, ER and verbs all have the same verb endings, i.e., é, ás, á, emos, éis, án. The base form rule holds true to for all regular verbs in the future tense but does not hold true for the verbs that are irregular in the future tense.

The most difficult part when it comes to irregular verbs is that each of those verbs will have to be memorized on their own basis as there are no rules that governs why they become irregular verbs. However, in order to help you to start to become familiar with those irregular verbs, this quiz will address some of the IR irregular verbs to help you start your brain going down the path of memorization. Again, we will only introduce you to a few new IR verbs and test you on being able to quickly find a future tense verb with its appropriate pronoun form. Now let’s take a look at some of the irregular and new IR verbs.

VENIR (to come / to arrive)

  • Present Tense: (yo) vengo; (tú) vienes; (él/ella/usted/lo) viene; (nosotros/as) venimos; (vosotros/as) venís; (ellos/ellas/ustedes/los) vienen
  • Past Tense: (yo) vine; (tú) viniste; (él/ella/usted/lo) vino; (nosotros/as) vinimos; (vosotros/as) vinisteis; (ellos/ellas/ustedes/los) vinieron
  • Future Tense: (yo) vendré; (tú) vendrás; (él/ella/usted/lo) vendrá; (nosotros/as) vendremos; (vosotros/as) vendréis; (ellos/ellas/ustedes/los) vendrán

SONREÍR (to smile)

  • Present Tense: (yo) sonrío; (tú) sonríes; (él/ella/usted/lo) sonríe; (nosotros/as) sonreímos; (vosotros/as) sonreís; (ellos/ellas/ustedes/los) sonríen
  • Past Tense: (yo) sonreí; (tú) sonreíste; (él/ella/usted/lo) sonrió; (nosotros/as) sonreímos; (vosotros/as) sonreísteis; (ellos/ellas/ustedes/los) sonrieron
  • Future Tense: (yo) sonreiré; (tú) sonreirás; (él/ella/usted/lo) sonreirá; (nosotros/as) sonreiremos; (vosotros/as) sonreiréis; (ellos/ellas/ustedes/los) sonreirán [Notice how the accent mark over the I has been dropped.]

REÍR (to laugh)

  • Present Tense: (yo) río; (tú) ríes; (él/ella/usted/lo) ríe; (nosotros/as) reímos; (vosotros/as) reís; (ellos/ellas/ustedes/los) ríen
  • Past Tense: (yo) reí; (tú) reíste; (él/ella/usted/lo) rió; (nosotros/as) reímos; (vosotros/as) reísteis; (ellos/ellas/ustedes/los) rieron
  • Future Tense: (yo) reiré; (tú) reirás; (él/ella/usted/lo) reirá; (nosotros/as) reiremos; (vosotros/as) reiréis; (ellos/ellas/ustedes/los) reirán [Notice how the accent mark over the I has been dropped.]

SALIR (to leave / to go out): [This is a new verb.]

  • Present Tense: (yo) salgo; (tú) sales; (él/ella/usted/lo) sale; (nosotros/as) salimos; (vosotros/as) salís; (ellos/ellas/ustedes/los) salen
  • Past Tense: (yo) salí; (tú) saliste; (él/ella/usted/lo) salió; (nosotros/as) salimos; (vosotros/as) salisteis; (ellos/ellas/ustedes/los) salieron
  • Future Tense: (yo) saldré; (tú) saldrás; (él/ella/usted/lo) saldrá; (nosotros/as) saldremos; (vosotros/as) saldréis; (ellos/ellas/ustedes/los) saldrán

CONSEGUIR (to obtain): [This is a new verb.]

  • Present Tense: (yo) consigo; (tú) consigues; (él/ella/usted/lo) consigue; (nosotros/as) conseguimos; (vosotros/as) conseguís; (ellos/ellas/ustedes/los) consiguen
  • Past Tense: (yo) conseguí; (tú) conseguiste; (él/ella/usted/lo) consiguió; (nosotros/as) conseguimos; (vosotros/as) conseguisteis; (ellos/ellas/ustedes/los) consiguieron
  • Future Tense: Regular translation in Future Tense.

CONVERTIR (to convert): [This is a new verb.]

  • Present Tense: (yo) convierto; (tú) conviertes; (él/ella/usted/lo) convierte; (nosotros/as) convertimos; (vosotros/as) convertís; (ellos/ellas/ustedes/los) convierten
  • Past Tense: (yo) convertí; (tú) convertiste; (él/ella/usted/lo) convirtió; (nosotros/as) convertimos; (vosotros/as) convertisteis; (ellos/ellas/ustedes/los) convirtieron
  • Future Tense: Regular translation in Future Tense.

PREFERIR (to prefer): [This is a new verb.]

  • Present Tense: (yo) prefiero; (tú) prefieres; (él/ella/usted/lo) prefiere; (nosotros/as) preferimos; (vosotros/as) preferís; (ellos/ellas/ustedes/los) prefieren
  • Past Tense: (yo) preferí; (tú) preferiste; (él/ella/usted/lo) prefirió; (nosotros/as) preferimos; (vosotros/as) preferisteis; (ellos/ellas/ustedes/los) prefirieron
  • Future Tense: Regular translation in Future Tense.

INCLUIR (to include): [This is a new verb.]

  • Present Tense: (yo) incluyo; (tú) incluyes; (él/ella/usted/lo) incluye; (nosotros/as) incluimos; (vosotros/as) incluís; (ellos/ellas/ustedes/los) incluyen
  • Past Tense: (yo) incluí; (tú) incluiste; (él/ella/usted/lo) incluyó; (nosotros/as) incluimos; (vosotros/as) incluisteis; (ellos/ellas/ustedes/los) incluyeron
  • Future Tense: Regular translation in Future Tense.

MEDIR (to measure): [This is a new verb.]

  • Present Tense: (yo) mido; (tú) mides; (él/ella/usted/lo) mide; (nosotros/as) medimos; (vosotros/as) medís; (ellos/ellas/ustedes/los) miden
  • Past Tense: (yo) medí; (tú) mediste; (él/ella/usted/lo) midió; (nosotros/as) medimos; (vosotros/as) medisteis; (ellos/ellas/ustedes/los) midieron
  • Future Tense: Regular translation in Future Tense.

CUBRIR (to cover): [This is a new regular verb.]



COINCIDIR (to coincide): [This is a new regular verb.]

The format of the quiz will run the same as the previous future tense verb quizzes. You will be shown ten sentences with each sentence containing an all capitalized base verb. Your challenge is to locate that verb’s future tense pronoun form.

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1.
Alex SALIR before the sun goes down.
salirá
saldrá
saliré
saldrás
The verb salir means to leave. It is an irregular verb in the future tense. Now you need to make it a future tense verb. To do that you need to determine which pronoun can replace Alex. That would be he or él. The first and third answers are not proper verbs. The last answer reads: you [singular familiar] will leave. It is not the proper pronoun verb form. The second answer reads: he will leave. It is the proper pronoun verb form and the given sentence now reads as: Alex will leave before the sun goes down.
2.
The Smiths INCLUIR the tents with the items they have.
incluiremos
incluiréis
incluirán
incluyeron
The verb incluir means to include. Now you need to make it a future tense verb. To do that you need to determine which pronoun can replace the Smiths. That would be they or ellos. The first answer reads: we will include. That is not the proper pronoun form needed here. The second answer reads: you [plural familiar] will include. Again, it is not the proper pronoun verb form. The last answer is a past tense verb form that reads: they/you [plural formal] included. It is the incorrect verb tense. The third answer reads: they will include. It is the proper pronoun verb form and the given sentence now reads as: The Smiths will include the tents with the items they have.
3.
I CUBRIR the cost of the tickets.
cubrirá
cubré
cubrirás
cubriré
The verb cubrir means to cover. Now you need to make it a future tense verb. The pronoun 'I' has been provided for you. The first answer reads: he/she/you [singular formal]/it will cover. That is not the proper pronoun form needed here. The second answer is not a proper verb form. The third answer reads: you [singular familiar] will cover. It is not the proper pronoun verb form. The last answer reads: I will cover. It is the proper pronoun verb form and the given sentence now reads as: I will cover the cost of the tickets.
4.
You CONSEGUIR as many signatures as you can get. (plural familiar)
conseguiréis
conseguirá
conseguirás
conseguirán
The verb conseguir means to obtain. Now you need to make it a future tense verb. The pronoun 'you' [plural familiar] has been provided. The second answer reads: you [singular formal] will obtain. That is not the proper pronoun verb form needed here. The third answer reads: you [singular familiar] will obtain. That is also not the proper pronoun verb form. The last answer reads: you [plural formal] will obtain. Again, it is not the proper pronoun verb form. The first answer reads: you [plural familiar] will obtain. It is the proper pronoun verb form and the given sentence now reads as: You will obtain as many signatures as you can get.
5.
We COINCIDIR all possibilities.
coincidiramos
coincidremos
coincidirimos
coincidiremos
The verb coincidir means to consider. Now you need to make it a future tense verb. The pronoun 'we' has been provided for you. The first, second and third answers are not proper verb forms. The last answer reads: we will consider. It is the proper pronoun verb form and the given sentence now reads as: We will consider all possibilities.
6.
Mother REÍR if I don’t make it to the bathroom in time.
reiré
reirá
reírá
redré
The verb reír means to laugh. It is an irregular verb in the future tense as the accent mark over the 'i' is dropped. Now you need to make it a future tense verb. To do that you need to determine which pronoun can replace mother. That would be she or ella. The first answer reads: I will laugh. That is not the proper pronoun form. The third and last answers are not proper verbs. The second answer reads: she will laugh. It is the proper pronoun verb form and the given sentence now reads as: Mother will laugh if I don’t make it to the bathroom in time.
7.
You MEDIR every ounce of gold that comes in. (singular familiar)
mediró
medirán
medirás
mediré
The verb medir means to measure. Now you need to make it a future tense verb. The pronoun 'you' [singular familiar] has been provided for you. The first answer is not a verb form. The second answer reads: you [plural formal] will measure. It is not the proper pronoun form needed here. The last answer reads: I will measure. That, too, is not the proper pronoun verb form. The third answer reads: you [singular familiar] will measure. It is the proper pronoun verb form and the given sentence now reads as: You will measure every ounce of gold that comes in.
8.
Stephen and Susan VENIR to the firm’s summer outing.
venirán
vendrá
veniréis
vendrán
The verb venir means “to come”. It is an irregular verb in the future tense. Now you need to make it a future tense verb. To do that you need to determine which pronoun can replace Stephen and Susan. That would be they or ellos. The first and third answers are not verb forms. The second answer reads: he/she/you [singular formal]/it will come. That is not the proper pronoun verb form. The last answer reads: they will come. It is the proper pronoun verb form and the given sentence now reads as: Stephen and Susan will come to the firm’s summer outing.
9.
I CONVERTIR your U.S. dollars into British pounds.
convertirá
convertiremos
convertiré
convertré
The verb convertir means to convert. Now you need to make it a future tense verb. The pronoun 'I' has been provided for you. The first answer reads: he/she/you [singular formal]/it will convert. That is not the proper pronoun form needed here. The second answer reads: we will convert. That, too, is not the proper pronoun verb form. The last answer is not a proper verb form. The third answer reads: I will convert. It is the proper pronoun verb form and the given sentence now reads as: I will convert your U.S. dollars into British pounds.
10.
You SONREÍR at the camera when the light goes on. (plural familiar)
sonreireis
sonreiréis
sonreirás
sonreirán
The verb sonreír means to smile. It is an irregular verb in the future tense. Now you need to make it a future tense verb. The pronoun 'you' [plural familiar] has been provided. The first answer is not a proper verb form. The third answer reads: you [singular familiar] will smile. That is not the proper pronoun verb form needed here. The last answer reads: they/you [plural formal] will smile. Again, that is not the proper pronoun verb form. The second answer reads: you [plural familiar] will smile. It is the proper pronoun verb form and the given sentence now reads as: You will smile at the camera when the light goes on.
Author:  Christine G. Broome

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