Le futur simple - Exercises

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Exercise

Type in the verbs in their correct futur simple form.

  1. Demain je (finir)  de lire cette bande-dessinée.[Tomorrow I will finish reading this comic book.]|1st person singular: We take the infinitive and add ai.
  2. La semaine prochaine il (visiter)  le nouveau musée.[Next week he will visit the new museum.]|3rd person singular: We take the infinitive and add a.
  3. Tu (prendre)  un thé.[You’ll have a tea.]|2nd person singular, re-verbs: We take the infinitive and add as.
  4. Nous (rester)  un jour de plus.[We’ll stay one day longer.]|1st person plural: We take the infinitive and add ons.
  5. Juliette et Camille (préparer)  le repas.[Juliette and Camille will prepare the meal.]|3rd person plural: We take the infinitive and add ont.

Type in the verbs in their correct futur simple form. Don’t forget the exceptions in the construction.

  1. Est-ce que vous (aller)  à la piscine en été?[Will you go to the pool in the summer?]|Aller is an irregular verb.|See the List of Irregular Verbs.
  2. Le week-end prochain ils (courir)  un marathon.[Next weekend they’re going to run a marathon.]|For verbs ending in rir, the i is omitted before adding the future ending.
  3. Mardi prochain nous (pouvoir)  nous rencontrer.[We’ll be able to meet next Tuesday.]|Pouvoir has a different word stem.|See the List of Irregular Verbs.
  4. Le médecin (employer)  une nouvelle infirmière en septembre.[The doctor will employ a new nurse in September.]|For verbs ending in yer, y becomes i.
  5. Demain je me (peser)  .[Tomorrow I will weigh myself.]|We take the infinitive and add ai. The short e in the word stem receives a grave accent.

Type in the verbs in their correct futur simple form. Pay attention to the exceptions in the construction of some verbs.

  1. Quand est-ce que tu (être)  à Paris?[When will you be in Paris?]|Être is an irregular verb.|See the List of Irregular Verbs.
  2. La bibliothèque (fermer)  pendant les vacances.[The library will be closed during the holidays.]|3rd person singular: We take the infinitive and add a.
  3. Dans un mois ils (partir)  à Bordeaux.[In a month they will leave for Bordeaux.]|3rd person plural: We take the infinitive and add ont.
  4. A mon anniversaire j’(avoir)  plein de cadeaux.[I will receive a lot of presents for my birthday.]|Avoir is an irregular verb.|See the List of Irregular Verbs.
  5. La semaine prochaine vous (modeler)  une sculpture.[Next week you will model a sculpture.]|2nd person plural: We take the infinitive and add ez. The short e in the word stem receives a grave accent.