Irregular verbs with completely irregular stems  

Resources Spanish Grammar The Future Verbs with Completely Irregular Stems
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There are three types of irregular verbs in the future indicative tense. One group of irregular verbs are those verbs with completely irregular stems. Let's look at a few examples.

decir (conjugation) means "to say, to tell"

yo diré (I will say)
dirás (you will say)
Ud./él/ella dirá (you/he/she will say)
nosotros (as) diremos (we will say)
vosotros (as) diréis (you guys will say)
Uds./ellos/ellas dirán (you all/they will say)

hacer (conjugation) means "to make, to do"

yo haré (I will do)
harás (you will do)
Ud./él/ella hará (you/he/she will do)
nosotros (as) haremos (we will do)
vosotros (as) haréis (you guys will do)
Uds./ellos/ellas harán (you all/they will do)


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