Conjugate irregular verb haber in El Futuro Simple (simple future)

Haber is irregular in El Futuro Simple

yo  habré
 habrás
él / ella / Ud.  habrá
nosotros  habremos
vosotros  habréis
ellos / ellas / Uds.  habrán
Note that in El Futuro Simple, only the 3rd person form habrá is ever used on its own and it means there will be.

Read and listen to these examples of El Futuro Simple:

Habrá inundaciones en invierno.
There will be floods in winter.

Habrá un nuevo profesor en septiembre.
There will be a new teacher in September.

Habrá muchos papeles en mi escritorio.
There will be lots of papers on my desk.

¿Habrá una banda de música en la boda?
Will there be a band at the wedding?


The full set of six forms is used with the past participles of another verb to form another tense, El Futuro Perfecto, for example:

Yo habré hecho la comida.
I will have made lunch.

Read more about El Futuro Perfecto

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Habrá muchos papeles en mi escritorio.
There will be lots of papers on my desk.


Habrá inundaciones en invierno.
There will be floods in winter.


¿Habrá una banda de música en la boda?
Will there be a band at the wedding?


Habrá tres hombres y dos mujeres en la reunión.
There will be three men and two women at the meeting.


Habrá un nuevo profesor en septiembre.
There will be a new teacher in September.


Habrá sólo un camarero para servir las mesas.
There will be only one waiter to serve the tables.


Q&A Forum 2 questions, 4 answers

EmanuelB2Kwiziq Q&A regular contributor

Invierno ... en el or en

What is the rule regarding seasons of the year. When do we use the definite article el and when not. En el invierno/en invierno.

Thank you

Asked 3 months ago
InmaKwiziq team memberCorrect answer

Hola Emanuel

We tend to use it with no definite article:

En invierno voy a esquiar.
Generalmente voy a la playa en verano.

Using the article wouldn't be incorrect but more unusual. 

Bear in mind though that when the season is the subject of the sentence, it does need the article.

Me gusta el verano, porque me encanta ir a la playa.
La primavera es mi estación favorita.

I hope this helps.

Inma

Invierno ... en el or en

What is the rule regarding seasons of the year. When do we use the definite article el and when not. En el invierno/en invierno.

Thank you

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RobertC1Kwiziq community member

FYI -When I try to get to my deficient area (red ) on brainmap (which shates it querer future tense), I keep getting haber future tense.

Perhaps there's a little glitch in the hyperlink? 

Asked 9 months ago
ShuiKwiziq team member

Hi Robert - I've asked someone on our team to look at this and it should be fixed really soon! Thanks for letting us know.

Saludos

Shui

SimonKwiziq team member

Hi Robert, thanks for letting us know about the issue, this was a badly configured redirect made when we split up a lesson to make it clearer, thanks for flagging it, it's fixed now.

RobertC1Kwiziq community member

Great responsiveness! Happy to help!

FYI -When I try to get to my deficient area (red ) on brainmap (which shates it querer future tense), I keep getting haber future tense.

Perhaps there's a little glitch in the hyperlink? 

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