In Spanish, the verb, tener que, is the way to say that we need to or have to do something.
What does the expression going to do mean in Spanish?
in Spanish. “I am going to . . .” = ” Voy a + infinitive” For example: “I am going to leave now” = “Voy a salir ahora”. “I will leave now” = Saliré ahora (future tense of salir)
What do you use tener to express?
Tener (pronounced teh-nehr, with a soft ‘r’ at the end) means ‘to have’. In its most basic form, it is used to express possession and necessity. At other times, it is used commonly in phrasing in which you’d normally use the verb ‘to be~.
How do you use will?
Here are some of the ways we use will:
- To talk about the future. We can often use “will” + infinitive without “to” to refer to future events. …
- To make predictions. We also use “will” to talk about what we think will happen in the future. …
- To make decisions. …
- To make promises, offers, requests and threats.
What is future action?
Future tense definition: The future tense expresses actions that have not yet occurred or that will occur at a later time.
How do you say the future in Spanish?
5 Answers. To express the “simple future”, you can conjugate “ir” + a + infinitive. This is more along the lines of “going to” in English: Voy a comer más tarde.
What is the future tense of poder?
In the present tense, poder has a o –> ue stem change in all forms except nosotros/nosotras. In the future tense, the stem changes to podr- before we add our future endings.
|Subject Pronoun||Future Tense of Poder|
What is the future tense of Leer?
Leer in the Indicative Future
|Ella / Él / Usted||leerá||s/he will read, you (formal) will read|
|Nosotras / Nosotros||leeremos||we will read|
|Vosotras / Vosotros||leeréis||you (plural) will read|
|Ellas / Ellos / Ustedes||leerán||they will read, you (plural formal) will read|
Which verb expresses what someone is going to do?
The simplest way to express that something is going to happen in the future is to use the verb to go–just as it was used in this sentence.
What is IR A?
ir a + infinitive = to be going to do something (in the near future)
What are the 12 Tener expressions?
Spanish Expressions with TENER
- Tengo hambre. – I’m hungry.
- Tengo sed. – I’m thirsty.
- Tengo frío/calor. – I’m cold/hot.
- Tengo sueño. – I’m sleepy.
- Tengo miedo. – I’m scared. / I’m afraid.
- Tengo catarro / un resfriado. – I have a cold.
- Tengo razón. – I’m right.
- Tengo suerte. – I’m lucky.
What are the 6 forms of tener?
- tú tienes.
- él/ella/Ud. tiene.
- nosotros. tenemos.
- vosotros. tenéis.
- ellos/ellas/Uds. tienen.