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How do you make a verb future in Mandarin?

I know that you add 了 to a verb in order to make it a past completed action, but what about the future tense?

For learning: Chinese (Mandarin)
Base language: English
Category: Language

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    Your question is a bit complex. Technically speaking verbs don't have tenses in Chinese. Generally, we add temoral adverbial or words like 会、将、要 to express a future tense.

    add 要 which means will
    我要去学校 means I will go to school

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