Irregular -er verbs whose infinitives drop the "e"  

Grammar The Future Irregular Verbs - Infinitives Drop the "e"
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There are three types of irregular verbs in the future indicative tense. One group of irregular verbs are those (er) verbs whose infinitives drop the e. Let's look at a few examples.

poder (conjugation) means "to be able".

yo podré (I will be able)
podrás (you will be able)
Ud./él/ella podrá (you/he/she will be able)
nosotros (as) podremos (we will be able)
vosotros (as) podréis (you guys will be able)
Uds./ellos/ellas podrán (they/you all will be able)

querer (conjugation) means "to want".

yo querré (I will want)
querrás (you will want)
Ud./él/ella querrá (you/he/she will want)
nosotros (as) querremos (we will want)
vosotros (as) querréis (you guys will want)
Uds./ellos/ellas querrán (they/you all will want)

saber (conjugation) means "to know".

yo sabré (I will know)
sabrás (you will know)
Ud./él/ella sabrá (you/he/she will know)
nosotros (as) sabremos (we will know)
vosotros (as) sabréis (you guys will know)
Uds./ellos/ellas sabrán (they/you all will know)

haber (conjugation) means "to have" (auxiliary).

yo habré (I will have)
habrás (you will have)
Ud./él/ella habrá (you/he/she will have)
nosotros (as) habremos (we will have)
vosotros (as) habréis (you guys will have)
Uds./ellos/ellas habrán (you/he/she will have)

caber (conjugation) means "to fit".

yo cabré (I will fit into)
cabrás (you will fit into)
Ud./él/ella cabrá (he will fit into)
nosotros (as) cabremos (we will fit into)
vosotros (as) cabréis (you guys will fit into)
Uds./ellos/ ellas cabrán (you all/they will fit into)


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