Video:Learn Spanish: How to Conjugate Venir in Future Tensewith Milo De Prieto
Learn how to conjugate venir in the future tense so that you can express yourself in Spanish with the proper grammar. Here are tips for conjugating venir in future tense.See Transcript
Transcript:Learn Spanish: How to Conjugate Venir in Future Tense
Hola, I'm Milo for About.com and today we're talking about conjugating the verb venir, to come, in the future tense. Venir is almost a regular verb in the future tense. Except for changing the root, you use the same endings you would for regular verbs.
Conjugation of Venir in Future Tense
- yo vendré: I will come
- tú vendrás: you (informal) will come
- usted vendrá: you (formal) will come / él/ella vendrá: he, she will come
- nosotros vendremos: we will come
- vosotros vendréis: you (plural Spain informal) will come
- ustedes vendrán: you (plural Latin America, Spain formal) will come / ellos/ellas vendrán: they will come
Tips for Conjugating Venir in Future Tense
The future tense is one of the simplest to remember as it is the same for all verb endings er, ir, and ar. Notice how for venir you exchange the i for a d and then add the regular endings for the future tense. Remember, because the subject is embedded in the verb, you can drop it.
Examples of Venir in Future Tense in Sentences
Vendré directamente después del trabajo. I will come directly from work.
¿Vendrás sola o esperarás a que tu novio llegue a casa para venir con él? Will you come alone or wait till your boyfriend gets home to come with him?
Vendrá lo antes posible. You will come as soon as you can.
Vendrá cuando termine su programa favorito de televisión. She will come after her favorite TV show is over.
More Examples of Venir in Future Tense in Daily Use
Vendremos con la familia Valdes en su coche a las nueve y media. We will come with the Valdeses in their car at 9:30.
¿Vendréis a vernos estas Navidades? Will you come home (to see us) this Christmas?
¿Vendrán con el resto del grupo en bus o quieren coger un taxi? Will you be coming with the rest of the group on the bus or did you want to take a taxi?
Vendrán a la segunda clase porque tienen compromisos esta semana. They will come to the second class as they already have commitments this week.
Continue practicing and soon you will be speaking with confidence in no time. For more information on Spanish, check us out at About.com.