Future tense in Portuguese – Irregular verbs
Welcome to the Portuguese Basic Tips about future tense in Portuguese (using irregular verbs).
On today’s episode, we will continue speaking about future tense in Portuguese. In this case “futuro do presente”- equivalent to simple future in English, but this time we are going to use irregular verbs in the examples.
Click on the link to listen to our previous episode about Portuguese future tense verbs
You’ll see that they (the irregular verbs) follow the same logical thought we did with the regular verbs by adding the same terminations in the future, but their roots will change a little.
For example, the first conjugation of the regular verb “vender” (to sell) becomes “venderei” (I will sell) in the future tense.
Now, speaking on the irregular verb “fazer” (to make), its first conjugation becomes “farei” (I will make). We don’t normally say “eu fazerei”, so that, we really need to memorize irregular verbs conjugations.
On today’s podcast, we are going to learn three of them. They are really important verbs we use all the time. Let’s start conjugating “fazer” verb (to make) in “futuro do presente in Portuguese.
Fazer Verb – To make
Plus: it is important for you to understand that “fazer” in Portuguese can mean both, to make or to do. There are no differences about those verbs in our language.
Let’s continue our episode by using the verb “trazer”(to bring) as an example. Note that this time I’m just using verbs ending with “er”. I think they are useful verbs in Portuguese.
Trazer Verb – To Bring
Be careful to pronounce the letter “r” in Portuguese. If necessary, try to listen to this podcast again.
Let’s finish the episode by learning how to conjugate the verb “dizer” (to say) in futuro do presente.
Dizer Verb – To say
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That’s enough for today.
I hope you like it.