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Future Tense

 

The future tense simply describes actions in the future, in French it’s the easiest tense to make, just use the whole infinitive verb plus these following ending for (-er) and (-ir) verbs: je -ai, tu -as, il -a, nous -ons, vous -ez, ils -ont, which means that you don’t have to worry about the stem of a verb, just take it as is (infinitive) and add the future endings to it.

                                                       French Future Tense

Example of verbs ending in (-er)

Singular

Plural

je mangerai  (I will eat)
tu mangeras (you will eat)
il, elle mangera (he/ she will eat)

nous mangerons (we will eat)
vous mangerez (you guys will eat)
ils, elles mangeront (they will eat)

 

                                                       French Future Tense

Example of verbs ending in (-ir)

Singular

Plural

je finirai (I will finish)
tu finiras (you will finish)
il/ elle finira (he/ she will finish)

nous finirons (we will finish)
vous finirez (you guys will finish)
ils/ elles finiront (they will finish)


For verbs ending in (-re) you can still use the infinitive form but you have to omit the last “e”, for example the verb “to take/ prendre” becomes “prendr” before adding the same endings of the future tense we used for the (-er) and (-ir): je -ai, tu -as, il -a, nous -ons, vous -ez, ils -ont

 

                                                       French Future

Example of verbs ending in (-re)

Singular

Plural

je prendrai (I will take)

tu prendras (you will take)

il/ elle prendra  (he/ she will take)

nous prendrons (we will take)

vous prendrez (you guys will take)

ils/ elles prendront (they will take)

 

Some verbs take a completely irregular form in the French future tense, like the verb (to go/ aller), the stem would be “ir” + the usual ending, je -ai, tu -as, il -a, nous -ons, vous -ez, ils -ont, this kind of verbs should be memorized by heart.

 

                                                       French Future

Example of irregular verbs

Singular

Plural

je irai (I will go)

tu iras (you will go)

il/ elle ira (he/ she will go)

nous irons (we will go)

vous irez (you guys will go)

ils/ elles iront (they will go)

 

 

 

 

 

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