Tener future tense, as with so many of the other tenses for this verb, is extremely irregular. As you will see from the formation of each conjugation, tener changes the ending ‘e’ for a ‘d’ whereas the regular conjugation for ‘-er‘ verbs would remain unchanged.

Although tener future tense is not too difficult to learn in itself, remembering to change the ‘e’ to a ‘d’ when used in conversation is easily forgotten…practice makes perfect they say! However, remembering things like this can be made a lot easier if you regularly use a verb training tool called the Verbarrator. Learn more here.

Tener Future Tense Conjugation

  • 1st person singular (yo) tendré – I will have
  • 2nd person singular (tú) tendrás – you will have
  • 3rd person singular (él/ella/usted) tendrá – he/she and you will have
  • 1st person plural (nosotros/as) tendremos – we will have
  • 2nd person plural (vosotros/as) tendréis – you will have
  • 3rd person plural (ellos/ellas/ustedes) tendrán – they/you will have

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