Gaelic Future

This is a list of verbs in the future tense in Gaelic. First let's start with the raw format before conjugating the verbs to the future form. Make sure to compare this table and the one below it.

To see: faic
To write: sgrìobh
To love: gràdhaich
To give: thoir
To play: cluich
To read: leugh
To understand: tuig
To have:
To know:
To learn: ionnsaich
To think: smaoin
To work: obraich
To speak: abair
To drive: dràibh
To smile:
To find: lorg

These samples show how the verbs above are conjugated in the future tense in a sentence which includes all the object pronouns (I, you, she...).

I will see you: Chì mi thu.
I will write with a pen: Sgrìobhaidh mi le peann.
You will love apples: Bidh thu measail air ùbhlan.
You will give money: Bheir thu airgead.
You will play tennis: Cluichidh thu teanais.
He will read a book: Leughaidh e leabhar.
He will understand me: Thuigidh e mi.
She will have a cat: Bidh cat aice.
She will know you: Bidh i eòlach ort.
We will want to see you: Iarraidh sinn ur faicinn.
We will think about you: Smaoinidh sinn ort.
You (plural) will work here: Obraichidh sibh an-seo.
You (plural) will speak French: Bidh Fraingis agaibh.
They will drive a car: Dràibhidh iad càr.
They will smile: Nì iad fiamh-ghàire.

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