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El año próximo iremos a Nueva Zelanda.
Next year we will go to New Zealand.
La presidenta vendrá a verme mañana.
The president will come see me tomorrow.
When “will” is used to express the idea “to be willing to”
the future is NOT used in Spanish. Instead, you
should use the present of querer:
Will you be quiet?
Will you stand still?
¿Quieres estarte quieto?
This usage is different from English, which use
expressions like “probably”, “must”, or “I think”.
¿Dónde andará tu padre?
I wonder where your father is (now).
¿Qué pensará de mí?
I wonder what he thinks of me (now).
¿Qué hora será?
Serán las nueve.
I wonder what time it is (now).
It must be 9.
¿Cuándo viene Juan?
No sé. Vendrá tarde.
When is Juan coming?
I don’t know. He’s probably coming late.
Thou shalt not kill.
¿Qué hora es? Serán las ocho. - What time is it? It is probably 8:00. (I think it's 8:00)
Estarán casados Margarita y Manuel? - I wonder if Margarita and Manuel are married?