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The future tense : 

V. Passerat The future tense 1- Use 2- Formation 3- Time indicators

1- Use : 

V. Passerat 1- Use The future tense is used to describe something that is going to happen or will / shall happen later on. As in English, there are three main ways of describing the future action.

2-1- The immediate future(in English “going to” + verb) : 

V. Passerat 2-1- The immediate future(in English “going to” + verb) The French structure is “aller” verb in the present tense + an infinitive (that is to say a verb ending in “ER”, “IR” or “RE”). Je vais jouer Tu vas jouer Il, Elle, On va faire Nous allons faire Vous allez finir Ils, Elles vont finir (…)

Examples : 

V. Passerat Examples une glace faire du shopping manger Tu vas Elle va jouer au foot Je vais

2-2- The future tense(In English, will/shall + verb) : 

V. Passerat 2-2- The future tense(In English, will/shall + verb) The French structure is the infinitive form of the verb + the specific future endings. Don’t forget to remove the “e” of “RE” verbs before you do so! Je jouer ai Tu jouer as Il, Elle, On choisir a Nous choisir ons Vous boire ez Ils, Elles boire ont

2-3- The present (!) : 

V. Passerat 2-3- The present (!) You may express a future idea with a present tense. Examples: Ce week-end, je reste à la maison. L’année prochaine, je pars en Italie.

2-4- Irregular verbs : 

V. Passerat 2-4- Irregular verbs Here is the list of verbs that alter their stem in the future tense. Once it is altered, it stays the same at all persons. Être ser + endings Avoir aur + endings Aller ir + endings Faire fer + endings Pouvoir pourr + endings Savoir saur + endings Vouloir voudr + endings Venir viendr + endings

3- Time indicators : 

V. Passerat 3- Time indicators Demain (tomorrow) Après (later) Ce soir (tonight) Cet après-midi (this afternoon) Ensuite (after) Plus tard (later on) Pendant les vacances (during the holidays) Le week-end prochain (Next week-end) L’année prochaine (Next year)