GCSE Grammar - Verbs & Tenses
The Simple Futre Tense - Regular verbs
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The simple future is a future tense which refers to what happen, or what someone will do, e.g:
   It will rain
   I will go to Spain on holiday this year
   They will eat later

In Spanish the simple future tense is normally formed by taking the infinitive of the verb, and adding the 
appropriate endings to it.  The endings are the same for every verb i.e. AR, ER, or IR.

           VISITAR - TO VISIT      COMER - TO EAT     ESCRIBIR - TO WRITE

           (yo) visitaré = I will visit
           (tú)  visitarás = you will visit
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