Le futur proche - vais + infinitive ??

AppuA2Kwiziq community member

Le futur proche - vais + infinitive ??

Hi,

I have a query about "Le Futur proche". In this question, the hint said Futur Proche which is aller + infinitive but

I got it wrong and it said that the correct answer was vais + ecrire. I'm a bit confused.

Well here's the question,

«Je ________ à mon frère cet après-midi»I am going to write to my brother this afternoonHINT: Conjugate écrire (to write) in Le Futur Proche
Thanks


Asked 3 years ago
DeletedC1Kwiziq Q&A regular contributorCorrect answer

Hi Appu,

The verb 'aller' needs to be conjugated in the present tense and followed by the infinitive of the thing you are going to do. So, 'je vais écrire' is correct here and the pattern is 'tu vas écrire', 'il va écrire' and so on.

 

Hope this helps :-) 

OlabisiA0Kwiziq community member

Am new here, although the questions is a year ago, i think am begin to understand the Futur Proche which is Future tense....my brother don't be confused you are using two verbs in these sentences make sure you conjugate the first verb and leave the other  verb (infinitive) ok,  for example I am going to write note we have two verbs there which is going (aller) to Go....Write(écrire) to write please conjugate the first verb and leave the other verb infinitive ok,  je vais écrire à mon frère cet après-midi, remember still in future not doing it now it's  later it will be  je vais écrire à mon frère cet après-midi, when two verbs are in a sentence one will be conjugated the other verb will remain like that in the sentence. 

OlabisiA0Kwiziq community member

Am new here, although the questions is a year ago, i think am begin to understand the Futur Proche which is Future tense....my brother don't be confused you are using two verbs in these sentences make sure you conjugate the first verb and leave the other  verb (infinitive) ok,  for example I am going to write note we have two verbs there which is going (aller) to Go....Write(écrire) to write please conjugate the first verb and leave the other verb infinitive ok,  je vais écrire à mon frère cet après-midi, remember still in future not doing it now it's  later it will be  je vais écrire à mon frère cet après-midi, when two verbs are in a sentence one will be conjugated the other verb will remain like that in the sentence. 

Le futur proche - vais + infinitive ??

Hi,

I have a query about "Le Futur proche". In this question, the hint said Futur Proche which is aller + infinitive but

I got it wrong and it said that the correct answer was vais + ecrire. I'm a bit confused.

Well here's the question,

«Je ________ à mon frère cet après-midi»I am going to write to my brother this afternoonHINT: Conjugate écrire (to write) in Le Futur Proche
Thanks


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