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Caminaré = I will walk (at some unspecified time in the future, a prediction) Camino mañana = I will walk tomorrow (the present tense is used when the time is made explicit: Te llamo esta noche = I will call you tonight.) N.B. The future in Spanish, unlike English, is often used to express conjecture or probablity: ¿Dónde estará mi hermano? = I ...


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This is a question primarily about verb tenses, so let's see what we have, only in those cases where there have been any trouble (with the tense by its Spanish name): Tiempo pasado imperfecto (modo indicativo): I walked = Caminaba Tiempo pasado indefinido (modo indicativo): I walked = Caminé The English language doesn't differentiate between these ...



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