what is the verb to will? like I will, you will, she/he/it will?
I am trying to put in my facebook status "I don't want to take care of my nephews but I will" and so far I have "no quiero cuidar mis sobrinos. tengo sueno pero" I am in spanish 2 so I can get that far but i don't know the verb to will and I would greatly apperciate you telling me it, and if it is irregualr or not.
I would thing it is conditional like: Pero yo lo haría si tenga que hacerlo. I would do it if I had to (do it).
I am not sure if this is entirely correct but I'm sure that somebody will correct me. The word will is only in English conjugation. What you have to do is use future tense in spanish the conjugation of the verb into the future shows that you will do something. I don't think there exists the word "will" I think you may have to rephrase the words. I'll let somebody else do that though because I am sure I will not do so well.
Maybe if you use: pero lo haré
Hope I have helped.
Buena Suerte X
Hi Spanish Chic
There is no verb in Spanish for "will".
This is because "will" is NOT a verb - it is a Modal. this is the case for all Modals.
will / would
shall / should
may / might
used to / ought to
"will" is used for many things in English including to make the simple future tense.
Example "I will do it" "do" is the verb.
First, will is not a verb, and it plays a role similar to have in present perfect tense.
Now let you look at the following board
|Pronoun||English Verb||Spanish Verb|
|I / Yo||..will + infinitive..||..infinitive+é..|
|You / Tú||..will + infinitive..||..infinitive+ás..|
|He-She / Él-Ella||..will + infinitive..||..infinitive+á..|
|We / Nosotros||..will + infinitive..||..infinitive+emos..|
|You / Vosotros||..will + infinitive..||..infinitive+éis..|
|They / Ellos||..will + infinitive..||..infinitive+án..|
The difference between English and Spanish here is that form of Spanish in simple future tense is created when adding suffix to the infinitive.
Verb: Cuidar: To take care of
|I / Yo||..I will take care of..||..cuidaré..|
|You / Tú||..you will take care of..||..cuidarás..|
|He-She / Él-Ella||..he will take care of..||..cuidará..|
|We / Nosotros||..we will take care of..||..cuidaremos..|
|You / Vosotros||..you (pl) will take care of (in spain)..||..cuidaréis..|
|They / Ellos||..they will take care of..||..cuidarán..|
but I will take care of.
"I will" as you have used it is simply part of a periphrastic construction for the future tense (which in some languages, especially Spanish, is handled by the inflection of the verb). It can be a verb in its own right but the only examples that I could suggest are so "old fashioned" that you would have trouble understanding them and their meaning does not relate to your question.
There us no "will" in Spanish. Will is a word ending and the ending is "re" for example, I will speak - Hablare, I will try, Tratare, I will show, Mostrare. I hope this helps
maybe the future of hacerlo? "pero lo haré"
Disclaimer: I do not know if this is correct."