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What is the future tense of hablar in all five forms?
hablaré
hablarás
hablará
hablaremos
hablarán
What is the stem of the future tense of the word: decir
dir-
What is the stem of the future tense of the word: haber
habr-
What is the stem of the future tense of the word: hacer
har
What is the stem of the future tense of the word: poder
pdr-
What is the stem of the future tense of the word: querer
querr-
What is the stem of the future tense of the word: saber
sabr-
What is the stem of the future tense of the word: poner
pondr-
What is the stem of the future tense of the word: salir
saldr-
What is the stem of the future tense of the word: tener
tendr-
What is the stem of the future tense of the word: valer
tendr-
What is the stem of the future tense of the word: valer
valdr-
What is the stem of the future tense of the word: venir
vendr-
What is the stem of the future tense of the word: caber
cabr-
Although the English word "will" can refer to future time, it can also refer to someone's willingness to do something. To express willingness, Spanish uses the verb ___ + -__, not the future tense.
querer + [infinitive]
In Spanish, the __ tense may be used to express conjecture or probability. English expresses this in various ways, such as wonder, bet, must be, may, might, and probably. Write a sentence as an example of the Spanish use of this.
future tense
Regresarán por la noche, probablemente.
The future may also be used in the main clause of sentences in which the present subjunctive follows a conjunction of time like __, __ __ __, __ __, __, and __ __ __.
caundo, después (de_ que, en cuanto, hasta que, and tan pronto como.