French 3 Le Futur

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French 3 Le Futur - Quiz

Just some practice for the Future tense - regular and irregular formations, stems, conjugations.

Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    Futur stem of "ETRE"

    The correct answer is "SER, ser" because "ETRE" is the French verb for "to be" and its future stem is "ser". In French, verbs are conjugated based on their stems, and the future tense of "ETRE" is formed by adding the endings to the stem "ser". Therefore, "SER, ser" is the correct answer for the futur stem of "ETRE".

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    Futur stem of "VENIR"

    The question is asking for the future stem of the verb "VENIR" (to come) in French. The correct answer is "viendr-", "viendr". In French, the future stem is formed by removing the -re ending from the infinitive form and adding the appropriate endings. In this case, the infinitive form of "VENIR" is "venir", so the future stem is "viendr-". The answer includes both the stem with and without the hyphen, as both forms are correct.

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  • 3. 

    We will be able

  • 4. 

    They will see

  • 5. 

    I will have to

  • 6. 

    She will make

  • 7. 

    You (pl) will be

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    Tu iras

    The given correct answer is "You will go, You will go., You (sing.) will go." This answer correctly translates the phrase "Tu iras" into English. The repetition of "You will go" emphasizes that the subject of the sentence is "you" and the verb is "will go." The addition of "You (sing.) will go" clarifies that the subject is the singular form of "you."

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    If he comes, she will come. (add the puncuation or it will mark it wrong!)

    The given answer is correct because it accurately translates the English sentence "If he comes, she will come" into French. It maintains the conditional structure of the sentence and correctly uses the verb "venir" (to come) in both clauses. The punctuation is also included, with a comma separating the two clauses. Therefore, the given answer is a valid translation of the original sentence.

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  • 10. 

    When we go, they will they will go.

    The given answer is correct because it accurately translates the phrase "When we go, they will go" into French. The verb "irons" is the future tense form of the verb "aller" (to go) used with the subject "nous" (we), and "iront" is the future tense form of "aller" used with the subject "ils" (they). Therefore, the answer correctly conveys the meaning of the original phrase in French.

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