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Ch 20: Describing Future Plans in Spanish

About This Chapter

Watch online video lessons, and learn how to talk about future plans in Spanish. Complete the quizzes that follow each lesson to track your progress in learning Spanish.

Describing Future Plans in Spanish - Chapter Summary and Learning Objectives

In Spanish, can you explain your education or ask education-related questions? Do you know how to conjugate verbs so you can speak about the future? If you need help in these areas, then this chapter is for you. In these lessons, you will learn about talking in the future tense and about things that will happen in the future. Just as in English, when you are talking about events in the future, you have to change the verb tense. Future tense for both regular and irregular verbs is covered in the lessons.There is also a focus on describing future education plans and plans for after high school. You'll learn the meaning of and how to use words such as:

  • Evaluacion
  • Tesis
  • Hacer
  • Deber
  • Estudiar
  • Consejo

VideoObjective
Spanish Vocabulary for Talking About School & Education Learn a new set of vocabulary that describes education, such as educacion de adultos, evaluacion, carrera, universidad, titulo, el examen, professor and la ayuda escolar.
Spanish Grammar: Regular Future Tense Explore how to form the future tense with regular verbs.
Spanish Grammar: Irregular Future Tense Discover how to form the future tense with irregular verbs.
Spanish Practice Activities: Making Plans for After High School Listen to high school students discussing their future plans in order to practice the new vocabulary and verb tense learned in previous lessons in this chapter.

Chapter Practice Exam
Test your knowledge of this chapter with a 30 question practice chapter exam.
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Practice Final Exam
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