The Spanish future subjunctive tense tense was used to describe a hypothetical possibility or something you wished or hoped would happen in the future. This tense is not usually used in regular conversation in modern Spanish, but you may still come across it in some older text or in legal documents.

Adónde fueres haz lo que vieres. Where ever you go do what you see others do.
Venga lo que viniere. Come what may.

The following charts show the verb “endings” for all regular verbs in the Future Subjunctive Tense.

Remember: these verb charts are only a tool to use while one is learning the language. In other words, one must eventually forget the verb chart and it must become second nature.

NOTE: The following endings are added to the infinitive. Do not drop the original endings.

Personal Pronoun Ending Example (hablar)
Yo -e hablare
Tu -es hablares
El/Ella -e hablare
Nosotros -emos (accent on á) habláremos
Vosotros -eis hablareis
Ellos/Ellas -en hablaren
Personal Pronoun Ending Example (compartir)
Yo -iere compartiere
Tu -ieres compartieres
El/Ella -iere compartiere
Nosotros -iéremos compartiéremos
Vosotros -iereis compartiereis
Ellos/Ellas -ieren compartieren
Personal Pronoun Ending Example (comer)
Yo -iere comiere
Tu -ieres comieres
El/Ella -iere comiere
Nosotros -iéremos comiéremos
Vosotros -iereis comiereis
Ellos/Ellas -ieran comieren

The regular Future Subjunctive verbs are conjugated by dropping the -ar, -er, and -ar at the end of the verb and adding the proper conjugation. The ending identifies:

1) the tense - when the action of the verb is taking place; and
2) the person - who is performing the action of the verb.

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