The Grammatical Sentence of the Day / La Oración Gramatical del Día (2010-03-22)
Grammar game: The Grammatical Sentence of the Day ..... Indicative Mood - Future tense
These are the rules:
- Everyday participants will be asked to write a sentence in the mood and tense specified.
- You must write your sentence in both Spanish and English.
- You can use any verb and any pronoun, but you must keep mode and tense
- You can post as many answers as you like
Everyday the most voted sentence (or more elaborated) will receive the prize to the best answer.
I can do it!...
Please, do not forget to be generous with your voting...Thanks
¿Quién ganará el premio para la mejor respuesta?
Who will win the prize for the best answer?
(Yo) Hablaré con tus padres.
I will talk to your parents.
!No será yo!
It will not be me.
Or should this be in the subjunctive please.
A las seis de la noche prepararé la cena.
At six this evening I will prepare dinner.
No podré durar tanto como la pelota de Carlos. ¡Nunca se para!
I won't be able to last as long as Carlos' ball. It never stops!
El elefante se escapará cuando esté listo.
The elephant will escape when it is ready.
¿Llegarán los seres humanos a Marte para vivir?
The human beings will arrive at Mars to live?
(Nosotros) Viajaremos a México en nuestro nuevo coche
We will travel to Mexico in our new car.
I'll never go back.
This afternoon we'll go to the store to buy milk and bread.
Esta tarde iremos a la tienda para comprar leche y pan.