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.
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