Saber Future Tense

Get ready to saber in the Future Tense and expand your ability to know facts, information, or how to do something in Spanish. This page features a comprehensive verb chart, exercises for enhancing knowledge, interactive games, and sentences that illustrate saber in scenarios of knowing information or acquiring knowledge. Elevate your understanding. Dive into the depths of knowledge with Spanish verbs. Enhance your cognitive skills with our saber conjugation page.

Verb Meaning(s): to know (facts, information)

Verb Chart: Saber Future Tense



I will know



we will know

(Juana, Juan)


you will know


(informal Spain)


you all will know


(Sra./Dr. García)


he/she/you will know



they/you all will know

Saber Future Tense Practice

Multiple Choice Game

Artifact Amigo Spanish Verb Conjugation Game

Conjugation Practice

Future Tense

Saber Future Sentence Examples

1. Yo sabré la respuesta a esa pregunta difícil.
I will know the answer to that difficult question.
2. ¿Tú sabrás cuándo es el momento adecuado para invertir?
Will you know when the right time to invest is?
3. Él sabrá manejar la situación con su experiencia.
He will know how to handle the situation with his experience.
4. Ella sabrá hablar tres idiomas con fluidez.
She will know how to speak three languages fluently.
5. Usted sabrá los resultados del examen mañana, ¿verdad?
You will know the exam results tomorrow, right?
6. Nosotros sabremos cómo proceder después de la junta.
We will know how to proceed after the meeting.
7. Vosotros sabréis apreciar el valor de la amistad verdadera. (vosotros is used only in Spain)
You will know how to appreciate the value of true friendship.
8. Ellos sabrán resolver los problemas matemáticos complejos.
They will know how to solve complex mathematical problems.
9. Ellas sabrán tomar decisiones importantes para su futuro.
They will know how to make important decisions for their future.
10. ¿Ustedes sabrán reconocer las oportunidades cuando se presenten?
Will you know how to recognize opportunities when they arise?
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