Future tense exercise: irregular forms
On this page, you can practise the irregular future tense forms mentioned on the previous page. (If you're not familiar with the irregular forms, see the previous link before continuing.)
To keep you on your toes, you'll actually practise a mixture of regular and irregular forms. (See the future tense introduction if you're new to the future tense in Spanish.)
If you're doing well on the above exercise, then congratulations!— you know the Spanish future tense. Next, you may want to look at some details about when to use the future tense. For simplicity, we've been translating the future tense as I'll ..., you'll .... But there are actually some other cases to consider (where either Spanish doesn't use the future tense, or the typical translation does not involve will or 'll).