The "futur proche" is perhaps the most popular way to describe something that happens in the future. It is extremely easy to form and no exceptions! To form the "futur proche":
conjugated present indicative form of "aller" + infinitive of literally any verb
In English, this is the equivalent of saying "I am going to do something in the future". It is also known as the "Present Continuous Tense" in English.
Here are some examples:
Here are some more examples with different verbs:
Remember, the "futur proche" has literally NO EXCEPTIONS! You can basically stick any verb after the conjugated "aller" and it would work! That is the beauty of the "futur proche".
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