Conjugate regular verbs in El Futuro Perfecto (future perfect)

El Futuro Perfecto is used to express something will have happened. It's easy to form, use haber in El Futuro Simple plus the past participle of the main verb:

yo  habré  
 habrás  
él  habrá   +  past participle
nosotros   habremos   
vosotros  habréis  
ellos    habrán  

Read and listen to these examples of regular verbs in El Futuro Perfecto:

Habré bebido bastante.
I will have drunk quite a lot.

habrás creado una cuenta.
You will have created an account.

¿Habrá ido él al mercado?
Will he have gone to the market?

Habremos comido el plato en dos minutos.
We will have eaten the dish in two minutes.

¿Habréis reservado el hotel para entonces?
Will you have booked the hotel by then?

Ellos habrán explicado la situación.
They will have explained the situation.


See also Conjugate irregular verb haber in El Futuro Simple (simple future) and Conjugate irregular verbs in El Futuro Perfecto

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Ella habrá comprado las manzanas.
She will have bought the apples.


Habremos comido el plato en dos minutos.
We will have eaten the dish in two minutes.


¿Habréis reservado el hotel para entonces?
Will you have booked the hotel by then?


Habré bebido bastante.
I will have drunk quite a lot.


Ellos habrán explicado la situación.
They will have explained the situation.


¿Habrá ido él al mercado?
Will he have gone to the market?


Ellos habrán elegido el vino más caro.
They will have chosen the most expensive wine.


habrás creado una cuenta.
You will have created an account.


Q&A

William

Kwiziq community member

10 January 2018

2 replies

Significance of NOS in this example.

We will have drunk all the beer before the match. Nosotros NOS habremos bebido today la cerveza antes del partido.

Inma

Kwiziq language super star

11 January 2018

11/01/18

Hi William
"Nos" in this sentence simply emphasises the fact that it is "us" who would have drank all the beer. If you omit it in this sentence the meaning wouldn't change but it won't have that emphasis. We make some verbs "pronominal" (i.e add the reflexive pronouns) to have this nuance.
Inma :))

Alan

Kwiziq community member

14 May 2018

14/05/18

"Beber" means "to drink", but "beberse" means "to drink up". So "nos habremos bebido la cerveza" emphasizes the fact that we will have drunk all the beer up!


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