Futuro Perfecto

The futuro perfecto is a lesser-used tense in the Spanish language, which indicates that actions will have been completed by a point in the future. Whereas the futuro simple indicates an intention to do something in the future, the futuro perfecto indicates that something will be complete, and therefore in the past, by a point in the future.

Esta presentación habrá durado unos 15 minutos

This presentation will have taken fifteen minutes.

Después de esta pandemia, habremos aprendido a confiar en la tecnología.

After the pandemic, we will have learned to trust in technology.

Conjugating the Futuro Perfecto

The futuro perfecto uses the auxiliary verb haber in future tense, along with the participle of the verb in question.


Irregular Verbs in the Futuro Perfecto

There are no specific irregular verbs in the futuro perfecto, however any irregularities in the participle are carried through to this tense.

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By now you are at an advanced level so this one won’t tax you, even with the participle.


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