Sonar Future Tense

Anticipate sonar in the Future Tense to express sounding, ringing, or dreaming in Spanish. This page resonates with a comprehensive verb chart, exercises for auditory practice, interactive games, and sentences that incorporate sonar in scenarios of sounds, alarms, or expressing hopes and dreams. Hear the future. Ring in changes with Spanish verbs. Dream big with our sonar conjugation page.

Verb Meaning(s): to sound, to ring

Verb Chart: Sonar Future Tense

Yo

sonaré

I will sound

Nosotros

sonaremos

we will sound

(Juana, Juan)

sonarás

you will sound

Vosotros

(informal Spain)

sonaréis

you all will sound

Él/Ella/Ud.

(Sra./Dr. García)

sonará

he/she/you will sound

Ellos/Ellas/Uds.

sonarán

they/you all will sound

Sonar Future Tense Practice

Multiple Choice Game

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Conjugation Practice

Future Tense

Sonar Future Sentence Examples

1. Mi teléfono sonará a las 6 a.m. para despertarme.
My phone will ring at 6 a.m. to wake me up.
2. ¿Tu nueva canción sonará en la radio local?
Will your new song play on the local radio?
3. La alarma sonará si alguien intenta abrir la puerta.
The alarm will sound if someone tries to open the door.
4. Su voz sonará en el auditorio durante el discurso.
Her voice will echo in the auditorium during the speech.
5. ¿El himno nacional sonará antes del partido?
Will the national anthem play before the game?
6. Nuestros nombres sonarán cuando nos llamen al escenario para recibir el premio.
Our names will be called when we are called to the stage to receive the award.
7. ¿Vuestros teléfonos sonarán durante la reunión? (vosotros is used only in Spain)
Will your phones ring during the meeting?
8. Las campanas sonarán a medianoche en Año Nuevo.
The bells will ring at midnight on New Year’s.
9. Sus risas sonarán en toda la casa durante la fiesta.
Their laughter will fill the house during the party.
10. ¿Las sirenas sonarán durante el simulacro de emergencia?
Will the sirens sound during the emergency drill?
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