Irregular verbs which change the "e" of the ending to "d"  

Grammar The Future Irregular Verbs - Change the "e" of the ending to "d"

There are three types of irregular verbs in the future indicative tense. One group of irregular verbs are those (er) verbs whose stems end in l or n change the e of the ending to d. Let's look at a few examples.

poner (conjugation) means "to put"

yo pondré (I will put)
pondrás (you will put)
Ud./él/ella pondrá (you/he/she will put)
nosotros (as) pondremos (we will put)
vosotros (as) pondréis (you guys will put)
Uds./ellos/ellas pondrán (they/you all will put)

salir (conjugation) means "to leave"

yo saldré (I will leave)
saldrás (you will leave)
Ud./él/ella saldrá (you/he/she will leave)
nosotros (as) saldremos (we will leave)
vosotros (as) saldréis (you guys will leave)
Uds./ellos/ellas saldrán (they/you all will leave)

tener (conjugation) means "to have"

yo tendré (I will have)
tendrás (you will have)
Ud./él/ella tendrá (you/he/she will have)
nosotros (as) tendremos (we will have)
vosotros (as) tendréis (you guys will have)
Uds./ellos/ellas tendrán (they/you all will have)

venir (conjugation) means "to come"

yo vendré (I will come)
vendrás (you will come)
Ud./él/ella vendrá (you/he/she will come)
nosotros (as) vendremos (we will come)
vosotros (as) vendréis (you guys will come)
Uds./ellos/ellas vendrán (they/you all will come)

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