Future Tense

Spanish future tense
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In English, we use the modal "will" plus a verb to talk about actions that will take place in the future, but in Spanish there’s a future tense with a full set of conjugations for every verb. The uses of these two constructions are very similar.

Por ejemplo…

Iré al banco mañana.   I will go to the bank tomorrow.
¿Estarás a la fiesta?   Will you be at the party?

El futuro can be used in a , if the condition verb is in the present:

 The Spanish future tense is often found in si (if, then) clause (conditional sentence) when talking about what will happen if a certain condition is met.

Si vienes, estaré muy contento.
Estaré muy contento si vienes.
  If you come, I will be very happy.
I will be very happy if you come.
Él nos ayudará si le pagamos.
Si le pagamos, él nos ayudará.
  He will help us if we pay him.
If we pay him he will help us.

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