como se dice "I will"
Is it "sere(accent)"'
Thanks, this was more of what I was asking. Sorry for the vague reply.
I realized this after the first few replies. Thanks, Sally answered my question though.
Maybe I misunderstood the original question (no surprise, given the lack of information), but I took it to mean that Nathan wanted to know how to say just "I will," as we often do in English. There is no single way to translate this into Spanish, since you have to use a main verb. That is what I was trying to explain to him.
- Eat your breakfast!
Have you finished your chores yet?
- I will.
'Will' is an auxuliary / compound verb used in english but not in spanish...the future tense in spanish is defined by the verb endings, in which the 'will' is therefore already implied & unnecessary.
it depend of the verb you used.
eso depende del verbo que tu uses.
I will be = Yo seré / estaré
You will be = Tú serás / estarás
He will be = él será / estará
she will be = ella será / estará
it will be = eso será / estará
we will be = nosotros seremos / estaremos
you will be = ustedes serán / estarán
they will be = ellos serán / estarán
i will go = yo iré
you will go = tú irás
he will go = él irá
she will go = ella irá
it will go =eso irá
we will go = nosotros iremos
you will go = ustedes irán
they will go = ellos irán
espero haberte ayudado
i hope help you.
see you soon!
I think I know what Nathan means, being a learner myself.
will is future tense, so it's all in the verb endings.
I will speak, talk = hablaré
I will go ir = iré
I will be = Seré o estaré
In most cases it's the complete verb plus the endings
Some of the verbs are irregular but not in the endings.
Lo haré. I will do it.
You need to know the verb. It won't always be ser. And it won't always be the future tense.
- Take out the garbage, please
Saca la basura, por favor.
- La saco/lo hago (ahorita).
You could say "La sacaré," but the future isn't used as often in Spanish as in English.
But, yes, seré can mean "I will be..."