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Spanish Unit 4

QuestionAnswer
Future Tense Add end to the infinitive -é, -ás, -á, -emos, -án
(“Yo” form)Future tense of decir (to say) Diré
(“Yo” form)Future tense of hacer (to do/make) Haré
(“Yo” form)Future tense of Poner (to put/place/set) Pondré
(“Yo” form)Future tense of salir (to leave/go out) Saldré
(“Yo” form)Future tense of tener (to have) Tendré
(“Yo” form)Future tense of venir (to come) Vendré
(“Yo” form)Future tense of poder (to be able) Podré
(“Yo” form)Future tense of Querer (to want) Querré
(“Yo” form)Future tense of saber (to know) Sabré
Dudar To doubt
Es dudoso It’s doubtful
No estate seguro/a Unsure
No creer Not to believe
No es cierto It’s not true
Adverbial clause: para que So that
Adverbial clause: de modo que So that
Adverbial clause: de manera que So that
Adverbial clause: con tal de que Provided that
Adverbial clause: sin que Without
Adverbial clause: a menos que Unless
Subjunctive irregular: Dar (to give) Dé, des, dé, demos, den
Subjunctive irregular: Estar (to be, locations and conditions) Esté, estés, esté, estemos, estén
Subjunctive irregular: Haber (to have done) Haya, hayas, haya, hayamos, hayan
Subjunctive irregular: Ir (to go) Vaya, vayas, vaya, vayamos, vayan
Subjunctive irregular: Saber (to know) Sepa, sepas, sepa, sepamos, sepan
Subjunctive irregular: Ser (to be) Sea, seas, sea, seamos, sean
Past participle “-ar” verbs Stem-ado
Past participle “-er/ir” verbs Stem-ido
Past participle irregular: Abrir (to open) Abierto
Past participle irregular: Cubrir (to cover) Cubierto
Past participle irregular: Decir (to say) Dicho
Past participle irregular: Escribir (to write) Escrito
Past participle irregular: Freír (to fry) Frito
Past participle irregular: Hacer (to do) Hecho
Past participle irregular: Morrir (to die) Muerto
Past participle irregular: Poner (to put/place/set) Puesto
Past participle irregular: Resolver (to resolve) Resuelto
Past participle irregular: Romper (to break) Roto
Past participle irregular: Ver (to see) Visto
Past participle irregular: Volver (to return) Vuelto
Past participle irregular: Imprimir (print) Impreso
Haber, imperfect tense conjugations Había, habías, había, habíamos, habían
Haber, conditional tense conjugations Habría, habrías, habría, habríamos, habrían
Haber, future tense conjugations Habré, habrás, habrá, habremos, habrán
Pluscumperfect tense Conjugate “haber” in imperfect tense then add past participle. Translates to “—had”
Conditional perfect tense Conjugate “haber” in conditional tense then add past participle. Translates to “—would have”
Future perfect tense Conjugate “haber” in future tense then add past participle. Translates into “—will have”
Created by: dee.maureen