Ganar Future Tense

Prepare to ganar in the Future Tense and secure your victories in Spanish! This page is your championship, featuring a winning verb chart, victory-focused conjugation exercises, competitive games, and sentences that showcase ganar in the arena of life. Triumph in communication. Claim your win with Spanish verbs. Earn your rewards with our ganar conjugation page.

Verb Meaning(s): to win, to earn

Verb Chart: Ganar Future Tense

Yo

ganaré

I will win

Nosotros

ganaremos

we will win

(Juana, Juan)

ganarás

you will win

Vosotros

(informal Spain)

ganaréis

you all will win

Él/Ella/Ud.

(Sra./Dr. García)

ganará

he/she/you will win

Ellos/Ellas/Uds.

ganarán

they/you all will win

Ganar Future Tense Practice

Multiple Choice Game

Artifact Amigo Spanish Verb Conjugation Game

Conjugation Practice

Future Tense

Ganar Future Sentence Examples

1. Yo ganaré el torneo de ajedrez con mucho entrenamiento.
I will win the chess tournament with a lot of training.
2. ¿Tú ganarás el concurso de arte con tu obra?
Will you win the art contest with your work?
3. Él ganará una medalla en la competencia de natación.
He will win a medal in the swimming competition.
4. Ella ganará el primer premio en la feria de ciencias.
She will win the first prize at the science fair.
5. Usted ganará experiencia valiosa en su nuevo trabajo, ¿verdad?
You will gain valuable experience in your new job, right?
6. Nosotros ganaremos el campeonato si practicamos todos los días.
We will win the championship if we practice every day.
7. Vosotros ganaréis amigos durante el intercambio estudiantil. (vosotros is used only in Spain)
You will make friends during the student exchange.
8. Ellos ganarán el debate con sus argumentos bien preparados.
They will win the debate with their well-prepared arguments.
9. Ellas ganarán el concurso de talentos con su actuación.
They will win the talent contest with their performance.
10. ¿Ustedes ganarán el premio a la innovación con su proyecto?
Will you win the innovation award with your project?
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