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Le Futur
Saying what you are going to do
Using the immediate future and the simple future
Le Futur
You have learnt lots of verbs in the present tense.
They are all very useful when you want to talk about what is
happening now, or every day.
But you may want to talk about things that haven’t happened yet, that
are in the future.
Le Futur
One way of doing this is to use the immediate future
(in French the futur proche).
This is really easy.
All you do is take the present tense of the verb aller (to go) and put
an infinitive on the end.
Je vais
– I go / I am going
Je vais + manger
– I am going to eat
But do you remember the verb aller?
Click to listen to the verb aller and write in the boxes what you hear.
La verbe aller
Click to listen to the verb aller and write in the boxes what you hear.
La verbe aller
Je vais
Nous allons
I go/I am going
We go/we are going
Tu vas
Vous allez (formal)
You go/you are going
You go/you are going
Il va (masculine)
Ils vont
He goes/he is going
They go/they are going
Elle va
Elles vont (feminine)
(feminine)
She goes/she is going
(masculine)
They go/they are going
Write the French for the following English expressions
I go/I am going
We go/we are going
You go/you are going
You go/you are going
He goes/he is going
You go/you are going
She goes/she is going
They go/they are going
Write the French for the following English expressions
I go/I am going
We go/we are going
Je vais
Nous allons
You go/you are going
You go/you are going
Tu vas
Vous allez (formal)
He goes/he is going
You go/you are going
Il va (masculine)
Ils vont
She goes/she is going
They go/they are going
Elle va
Elles vont (feminine)
(feminine)
(masculine)
Write the correct form of aller and then translate the sentences in the
box on the right.
Je
rester en famille
Il
déjeuner chez lui
Vous
faire les magasins
Nous
retrouver les copains
Tu
faire un barbecue
Elles
faire une balade en vélo
Write the correct form of aller and then translate the sentences in the
box on the right.
vais
rester en famille
I am going to stay with my family
va
déjeuner chez lui
He is going to have lunch at home
Vous
allez
faire les magasins
You are going to go shopping
Nous
allons
retrouver les copains
We are going to meet friends
faire un barbecue
You are going to do a BBQ
faire une balade en vélo
They are going to ride their bikes
Je
Il
Tu
Elles
vas
vont
Decide if what you hear is a future or not and then in the box provided
write what you hear in French and the translation in English.
Futur
Present
Futur
Present
Futur
Present
Futur
Present
Futur
Present
Futur
Present
Decide if what you hear is a future or not and then in the box provided
write what you hear in French and the translation in English.
1. Je vais rester en famille
I am going to stay with my family
Futur
Present
2. Je déjeune chez lui
I have lunch at his house
3. Elle va faire les magasins
She is going to go shopping
Futur
Present
4. Tu retrouves les copains
You meet your friends
5. On va faire un Barbecue
We are going to have a BBQ
Futur
Present
6. Tu fais une balade en vélo
You ride your bike
Click on the boxes and write what Ian is doing at the weekend.
Samedi
Matin
Après-midi
Soir
Dimanche
Matin
Après-midi
Soir
Click on the boxes and write what Ian is doing at the weekend.
Samedi
Matin
Après-midi
Soir
Dimanche
Matin
Après-midi
Soir
Il va prendre le petit déjeuner
Il va faire du canoë
Il va faire du vélo
Il va jouer au jeux vidéo
Il va faire un pique-nique
Il va jouer au football
Fill in the blanks with the proper form of the verb aller.
Cet après-midi, je ______ aller en ville avec mes. Demain, Emily et moi
______ jouer au volley et mercredi, ma copine Lucy ______ venir. Nous,
______ aller au fast-food avec d’autres amis et après nous ______ rendre
visite a une autre copine. Vendredi, je ______ visiter un musée avec mes
parents. Samedi, mes parents ______ aller au supermarché faire des
courses et puis le dimanche nous ______ tous aller chez mes grandsparents pour manger.
Fill in the blanks with the proper form of the verb aller.
Cet après-midi, je vais aller en ville avec mes. Demain, Emily et moi allons
jouer au volley et mercredi, ma copine Lucy va venir. Nous, allons aller au
fast-food avec d’autres amis et après nous allons rendre visite a une autre
copine. Vendredi, je vais visiter un musée avec mes parents. Samedi, mes
parents vont aller au supermarché faire des courses et puis le dimanche
nous allons tous aller chez mes grands-parents pour manger.
Complete the ‘Futur proche’ worksheet, available from the OCR website.
Practise with these links
Extension
Le Futur Simple
Now another way of saying things in the future is to use:
Le Futur Simple
Le Futur Simple
Verbs ending in ER
Take the infinitive (the form of the verb you find in the dictionary)
Example: (to eat) = manger
add the following endings
ai, as, a, ons, ez, ont = this in fact is the verb avoir apart from ons and ez
where the av has been chopped off
There are 6 different endings. It depends what the subject of the verb is
Je, tu, il/elle, nous, vous , ils/elles
Le Futur Simple
I will eat
je mangerai
You will eat
Tu mangeras
He will eat
Il mangera
She will eat
Elle mangera
We will eat
Nous mangerons
You will eat
Vous mangerez
They will eat
Ils/elles mangeront
Le Futur Simple
Verbs ending in IR
Take the infinitive (the form of the verb you find in the dictionary)
example: (to finish) = finir
Add the following endings - same as for er verbs
ai, as, a, ons, ez, ont.
Le Futur Simple
I will finish
je finirai
You will finish
Tu finiras
He will finish
Il finira
She will finish
Elle finira
We will finish
Nous finirons
You will finish
Vous finirez
They will finish
Ils/elles finiront
Le Futur Simple
Verbs ending in RE
Take the infinitive (the form of the verb you find in the dictionary)
example: (to sell) = vendre
get rid of e = vendr
Add the following endings
ai, as, a, ons, ez, ont.
Le Futur Simple
I will sell
je vendrai
You will sell
Tu vendras
He will sell
Il vendra
She will sell
Elle vendra
We will sell
Nous vendrons
You will sell
Vous vendrez
They will sell
Ils/elles vendront
Le Futur Simple
There are some verbs which do not follow this pattern;
here are some of them:
Etre (to be)
Je serai
Avoir (to have)
J’aurai
Faire (to do/to make)
Je ferai
Aller (to go)
J’irai
Pouvoir (to be able to)
Je pourrai
Now you can find the future of the following verbs. Write them in the table.
Regarder (je), écouter (tu), chanter (il), danser (nous), choisir (vous), apprendre (elles), prendre (tu),
ouvrir (tu), mentir (elles), sentir (vous), rigoler (nous), mettre (je) , penser (il), croire (tu) , fermer (nous),
étudier (elles), bavarder (je), ranger (tu) , sortir (nous), aimer (vous), jouer (tu), répondre (il), rester
(vous), rentrer (il), prêter (vous), acheter (je) , perdre (tu) , fumer (vous), boire (il), voler (nous).
Je
Tu
Il/Elle
Nous
Vous
Ils/Elles
Je regarderai
Tu écouteras
Il chantera
Nous danserons
Vous choisirez
Elles apprendront
Tu prendras
Tu ouvriras
Elles mentiront
Vous sentirez
Nous rigolerons
Je mettrai
Il pensera
Tu croiras
Nous fermerons
Elles étudierons
Je bavarderai
Tu rangeras
Nous sortirons
Vous aimerez
Tu joueras
Il répondra
Vous resterez
Il rentrera
Vous prêterez
J’achèterai
Tu perdras
Vous fumerez
Il boira
Vous volerez
Listen and write what you hear in the boxes below
1
2
3
4
5
6
Listen and write what you hear in the boxes below
1
2
3
4
5
6
Je mangerai
Tu écouteras
Il donnera
Nous danserons
Vous choisirez
Elles apprendront
Match the English and the French
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
cet été
pendant les vacances
ce soir
en juillet
en août
dans quelques mois
dans une semaine
la semaine prochaine
le mois prochain
le week-end prochain
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
F.
G.
H.
I.
J.
this evening
next week
this summer
in a week
next weekend
during the holidays
in a few months
next month
in August
in July
Match the English and the French
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
cet été
pendant les vacances
ce soir
en juillet
en août
dans quelques mois
dans une semaine
la semaine prochaine
le mois prochain
le week-end prochain
C.
F.
A.
J.
I.
G.
D.
B.
H.
E.
this summer
during the holidays
this evening
in July
in August
in a few months
in a week
next week
next month
next weekend
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