In this Spanish Difficult Review quiz you will begin to conjugate ER verbs in the future tense. However, before you to that, if you have not already taken the Spanish Difficult Review future tense quizzes for AR verbs then please do so now.
As you know, Spanish has three different types of verbs, i.e., AR, ER and IR verbs. In the Spanish Easy Review quiz series you learned how to conjugate those verbs in the present tense. In the Spanish Medium Review quiz series you learned how to conjugate the verbs in the past tense. That brought you here to the Spanish Difficult Review quiz series where you have, or should have, learned the new endings for AR verbs in the future tense. Now it is time to focus on the ER verbs and their future tense verb endings in this quiz and the next two quizzes to follow.
As you were advised in the AR future tense verb quizzes, in the future tense, the base form of most verbs will remain intact. In other words, they do not lose their endings but, rather, other endings are added on to the base form of the verb. The AR future tense endings were: é, ás, á, emos, éis, án. The ER future tense verb endings are: é, ás, á, emos, éis, án. Did you see what just happened? That’s right, the ER verb endings are exactly the same as the AR verb endings. That should help to make learning the future tense a whole lot easier! So, to begin with, let’s take a look at one ER verb as it will be conjugated in all three verb tenses.
In translating the future tense of COMER you have: I will eat, you will eat [singular familiar], he/she/you [singular formal] will eat, we will eat, you will eat [plural familiar] and they/you [plural formal] will eat.
Just as was mentioned in the conjugation quizzes on the AR verbs, neither this quiz nor the other two ER future tense verb quizzes will lay out how each individual verb is conjugated in the future tense. You will, therefore, have to draw upon what you have learned thus far in the past about verbs.
The quiz contains ten quiz sentences. Within each sentence is an all capitalized base form verb. Your challenge is to find the future tense form of that verb. Remember, in order to find the correct form, you must pay attention to what the pronoun is that will be associated with the verb.
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