In this Spanish Difficult Review quiz you will be revisiting the two Spanish verbs that mean 'to be', i.e., ser and estar. The reason that Spanish has two different 'to be' verbs is that one is for permanent conditions while the other is for temporary conditions. They are conditional verbs. You learned how to conjugate each of these verbs in the present, as well as in the past. Now it is time to see how they are conjugated in the future.
Again, the Spanish 'to be' verbs are based upon a thing’s condition. To learn more about what things are considered to be permanent versus what things are to be considered temporary, please look back on the Spanish Easy Review quiz titled Grammar: Ser versus Estar! and the Spanish Medium Review quiz titled Grammar: Conjugating Ser and Estar in the Past Tense. Both of these past quizzes will give you detailed information on how to determine when to use each of the 'to be' verb forms.
Now that you are into the Spanish Difficult Review quiz series it is time to revisit the 'to be' verbs and see just how each of them needs to be conjugated in the future tense. So, let’s go take a look as follows.
Yes, they both are regular verbs in the future tense which makes it pretty easy. However, you still do need to pay attention to the conditions. That is why when you look at the ten quiz sentences below, each sentence shows both base forms of the verbs ser and estar. Depending upon the sentence, and the pronoun(s) of the sentence, you will need to determine which answer shows the proper future tense 'to be' verb. To make it a little more challenging, the quiz sentences are also given in Spanish! Remember, you are in Spanish DIFFICULT Review!
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