Salir Future Tense

Equip yourself to salir in the Future Tense and express going out, leaving, or emerging in Spanish. This page is your doorway to a rich verb chart, engaging conjugation exercises, immersive games, and sentences that demonstrate salir in various situations, from leaving a place to going out with friends. Make an exit with eloquence. Navigate departures with Spanish verbs. Venture forth with our salir conjugation page.

Verb Meaning(s): to go out, to leave, to exit

Verb Chart: Salir Future Tense

Yo

saldré

I will leave

Nosotros

saldremos

we will leave

(Juana, Juan)

saldrás

you will leave

Vosotros

(informal Spain)

saldréis

you all will leave

Él/Ella/Ud.

(Sra./Dr. García)

saldrá

he/she/you will leave

Ellos/Ellas/Uds.

saldrán

they/you all will leave

Salir Future Tense Practice

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Salir Future Sentence Examples

1. Yo saldré temprano de la oficina para ir al dentista.
I will leave the office early to go to the dentist.
2. ¿Tú saldrás con tus amigos este fin de semana?
Will you go out with your friends this weekend?
3. Él saldrá a correr todas las mañanas para prepararse para la maratón.
He will go out for a run every morning to prepare for the marathon.
4. Ella saldrá de viaje a Europa en verano.
She will go on a trip to Europe in summer.
5. Usted saldrá en la televisión en un programa de entrevistas, ¿verdad?
You will appear on TV on a talk show, right?
6. Nosotros saldremos adelante a pesar de las dificultades.
We will get through despite the difficulties.
7. Vosotros saldréis a cenar para celebrar el aniversario. (vosotros is used only in Spain)
You will go out to dinner to celebrate the anniversary.
8. Ellos saldrán de la rutina haciendo algo diferente este fin de semana.
They will break the routine by doing something different this weekend.
9. Ellas saldrán a la venta con su línea de ropa el próximo mes.
They will launch their clothing line next month.
10. ¿Ustedes saldrán de excursión al campo el próximo sábado?
Will you go on a trip to the countryside next Saturday?
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