The future tense is used to describe something in the future. The future tense is split in two;

. What will happen

. What going to happen (also called 'Immediate future tense') .

Endings to the first (Will happen)Edit

The endings used are the same endings as the ones used in avoir in the present tense;

  • je - ai
  • tu - as
  • il/elle/on - a
  • nous - ons
  • vous - ez
  • ils/elles - ont

-er and -ir verbs Edit

Just add the appropriate ending to the infinitive of the verb.

(e.g. manger (to eat) goes to je mangerai (I will eat)) PIE!!! because pie is so so lovely and nice tasting, go and eat some pie noe get off the computer ad eat some lovely warm chicken pie unless your a vegetarian.

-re verbs Edit

Just take the e off the end of the infinitive and add the appropriate ending.

(e.g. prendre (to take) goes to je prendrai (I will take))

Irregular verbs Edit

There are some irregular verbs that do not fit into any of these categories;

  • acheter - j'achèterai
  • aller - j'irai
  • avoir - j'aurai
  • courir - je courrai
  • devoir - devrai
  • envoyer - j'enverrai
  • être - je serai
  • faire - je ferai
  • pouvoir - je pourrai
  • recevoir - je recevrai
  • savoir - je saurai
  • venir - je viendrai
  • voir - je verrai
  • vouloir - je voudrais

Endings to the second (is going to happen)Edit

The immediate future tense is formed by:

'Present tense of the verb aller + Infinitive of the main verb'

If we use aller as an example:

  • je - vais aller
  • tu - vas aller
  • il/elle/on - va aller
  • nous - allons aller
  • vous - allez aller
  • ils/elles - vont aller

Notice how the endings are similar to those of avoir in present tense and the first future tense.

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