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What is Ver in future tense?

What is Ver in future tense?

Lesson Summary

Pronoun Future Tense of Ver
Yo veré
Él, Ella, Usted verá
Nosotros, nosotras veremos

What is Ver in yo form?

As you can see, the yo form of ver in the present progressive is estoy viendo; the tú form is estás viendo; the él/ella/usted form is está viendo; the nosotros/nosotras form is estamos viendo; the vosotros/vosotras form is estáis viendo; and the ellos/ellas/ustedes form is están viendo.

What are the forms of ver?

Ver conjugation: basic forms

Subject Present Preterite
yo veo vi
ves viste
él, ella, Usted ve vio
nosotros vemos vimos

What is the irregular form of ver?

Most ver conjugated forms are regular. The past participle form, visto (seen) and the first-person singular present, veo (I see) are the two most commonly used irregular conjugated forms of ver….Imperative.

Subject Affirmative (see/let’s see) Negative (don’t see/let’s not see)
Uds. vean no vean

What is the TU command for Ver?

Command Tense Conjugation and Uses

Subject Pronoun Ver Conjugation Translation
(tú) ve (you) (informal, singular) see/watch/look
(usted) vea (you) (formal, singular) see/watch/look
(nosotros/nosotras) veamos (we) see/watch/look
(vosotros/vosotras) ved (you) (informal, plural) see/watch/look

What are the five forms of IR?

Ir conjugation: basic forms

Subject Present Preterite
yo voy fui
vas fuiste
él, ella, Usted va fue
nosotros vamos fuimos

What is conditional tense?

The conditional tense can refer to real or hypothetical actions in past, present, and future. The same method is used to form the conditional tense for all regular verbs, regardless of whether they are -ar, -er, or -ir verbs.

What is conditional in Spanish?

The Conditional (Spanish) is used to describe something that “would” be done, and is often used with “if” (si) clauses: “If I studied more, I would be able to receive good grades.”. The conditional uses the endings ia, ias, ia, iamos, iais, ian (with appropriate accent marks).

What are past tenses in Spanish?

The past tenses of Spanish are known as the preterite and the imperfect. To simplify, the first is usually used to refer to something that happened at a specific point in time, while the latter is used to describe events where the time period isn’t specific.