aller(to go) should be a 1st group verb but it is an irregular verb; therefore it is a 3rd group verb: (Lire la suite…)
19 août, 2011
Talking about the future+Making plans
The same structure is used in English and in French to express that something is going to happen in the future: the verb "to go" + the infinitive form of another verb.
Examples: We are "going to study" French . You are "going to continue" your study of French.
So to make a near future, in English, simple : I’m going to +any verb.
In French, just as simple : Je vais+verb
Of course, you wil have to know the irregular verb aller:
je vais, tu vas, il/elle va, nous allons, vous allez, ils vont
Here are a few a few samples:
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