Use of Salir in Future Tense   By Ron Slone

Theory

Another verb with an irregular "future stem" that adds the letter "d" once we drop the vowel before the "r" of the infinitive is the verb "salir" ("to leave"). Remember that when using this verb you must say "leave from" a place. Always use "de" to indicate the place from which one is leaving.

Remember, we drop the "i" of the infinitive. This leaves us with a consonant cluster "lr" which is uncomfortable in Spanish. To make pronunciation easier, we add the letter "d". Here is a chart of the future forms of the verb "salir":

FUTURE - SALIR

yo saldré           nosotros saldremos
I will leave        we will leave 

tú saldrás          ellos/ellas saldrán
you will leave      they will leave  

él/ella saldrá
he/she will leave 
Examples
Yo voy a salir del hotel a la una.
I'm going to leave (from) the hotel at one o'clock.
Yo saldré del hotel a la una.
I will leave the hotel at one o'clock.
¿ A qué hora vas a salir del hotel?
What time are you going to leave the hotel?
¿ A qué hora saldrás del hotel?
What time will you leave the hotel?
Yo no sé a qué hora María va a salir del hotel.
I don't know what time Mary is going to leave the hotel.
Yo no sé a qué hora María saldrá del hotel.
I don't know what time Mary will leave the hotel.
Nosotros vamos a salir del hotel a la una.
We are going to leave the hotel are one o'clock.
Nosotros saldremos del hotel a la una.
We will leave the hotel at one o'clock.
¿ Sabes a qué hora los muchachos van a salir del hotel?
Do you know what time the boys are going to leave the hotel?
¿ Sabes a qué hora los muchachos saldrán del hotel?
Do you know what time the boys will leave the hotel?
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