What is an example of future tense in French?

The simple future of regular -re verbs is formed by removing the final -e from the infinitive and adding the endings above. For example: vendre – je vendrai – I will sell / I’ll sell. boire – nous boirons – we will drink / we’ll drink.

What are the 4 types of future tense and examples?

Examples of the Types of Future Tense

The 4 Future Tenses Examples
future perfect tense I will have gone. By the time you arrive, we will have finished the meal and the speeches.
future perfect progressive I will have been going. In July next year, you will have been studying for three years.

How many types of future tense are there in French?

two types
The French Future Tense. In French there are two simple ways to talk about something that will happen in the future: Le Futur Proche (near future) and Le Futur (the future). This article will address how to form these two types of future tenses and when to use each of them.

Is Je vais future tense?

The present tense of the verb aller + the infinitive of the main verb….How to form the immediate future.

Subject pronoun Aller = to go English
je vais I’m going
tu vas You’re going (informal)
il/elle/on va He is going/She is going/We are going
nous allons We are going

How do you use future tense?

There are two ways to use the simple future tense: you can use either “will” or “be going to”. Let’s look at some examples to see them in action: “I will send you some information later today.” “I am going to travel more after I finish studying.”

What are the two types of French future tense?

French has two future tenses — the futur proche and the futur simple. The futur proche is formed with the auxiliary aller which is followed by an infinitive (Je vais partir. ‘I’m going to leave’).

What are 10 future tenses examples?

Examples – Future Tense

  • She’ll write the e-mail after lunch.
  • Don’t lift that. You’ll hurt yourself.
  • You dropped your purse.
  • I’ll see you tomorrow.
  • You’ll get the answer by post.
  • Dan’s going to take the order over to the customer.
  • The girls are going to sing ‘Amazing Grace’ now.
  • I’ll drive you to your lesson at 4 pm.

What is the future tense rule?

It’s made up of the words ‘will+be+the present participle (the root verb + -ing).’ The following Tense is used: Subject + will be/shall be + the present participle (the root verb + -ing) Example: I’ll be sleeping till around 6 a.m. tomorrow.

Is Je suis alle perfect tense?

So the perfect tense of aller (to go) is: je suis allé(e)- I went. tu es allé(e)- you went (informal) il est allé – he went.

What tense is J aille?

This is one of the few verbs to have an irregular future tense form (ir-) and one not derived from the current form of the infinitive. This is one of the few French verbs to have an irregular subjunctive form….Perfect subjunctive.

j’ aille
tu ailles
il/elle aille
nous allions
vous alliez

How do you teach future tense?

Tell students that in order to form the future simple tense we simply add ‘will’ before the root form of the verb. Write some verbs on the board (eat, play, read, write, go, etc.) and show students how to make the future tense by adding ‘will’. For example, ‘I will eat.