Translation:One day you will have more friends than me.
You're welcome. Actually is easy to tell the difference, English has three main tenses: present and two in past (am, is, are/ was, were / been for to be). To make future you add 'will' to present, simple, in Spanish is a whole different conjugation. But you can also "mean" future by adding "going to +verb in infinitive", in Spanish the same "va/voy/vamos/van... +'a' verb in infinitive" (remember infinitive in English are: TO something -to go, to eat... In Spanish they end in: ar-er-ir).
I'm going TO GO- yo voy A IR You are going TO EAT- Tú vas A comER He's going TO SEE- El va A vEr