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Table of contents Chapter 21 21.4.3 Assumptions on the past

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Chapter 21: Future tenses

  21.4.3 Assumptions on the past

Even if it sounds a bit weird, but as well in Spanish as in English the future II is used to express presumptions about things in the past. It does not seem to be too logical; then again, what is logical in live? The difference between logical and systematical is given.

  Example
Habrá tenido un accidente.
= He will have had an accident.
Habrá gastado todo su dinero en drogas.
= He will have spent all his money with drugs.

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