The future 1 is the tense we use to express that something will happen in the future.
We form the future tense with the helping verb "werden" (conjugated) + the infinitive form of the main verb:
The regular word order with 2 verbs applies here. The conjugated verb "werden" goes in position 2 (or position 1 if it's a question), and the main verb goes at the end of the sentence.
There are two ways to talk about the future in German:
In spoken language, we normally use the simple present, along with a time specification (i.e. "in 2030," "next year," "tomorrow," etc.), to talk about things that will happen in the future.
There is just one condition that needs to be fulfilled - we need to be quite sure it will happen.
When using this construction, you have to include a time specification in the sentence or the time when the action will happen has to be universally known. Otherwise people will think you are just talking about the present.
The actual future tense with "werden" is used to express an intention, prediction, or guess: You are not completely sure it will happen
Theoretically, it can always be used, but it expresses some doubt whether it will actually occur.
Talking about the present: The Simple Present.
When using verbs, word order is important: Main Clauses
Some verbs have to separated when you conjugate them: Separable Verbs.
Learn about modal verbs and what's so special about them: Modal Verbs.
Some verbs are always followed by a specific case: Verbs with Complements.