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Conjugate faire in Le Futur (future tense)

Look at these examples:

Je ferai des crêpes pour le petit-déjeuner.
I will make pancakes for breakfast.

Tu feras du bruit?
Will you make noise?

Il fera des muffins.
He will make muffins.

Nous ferons nos devoirs.
We will do our homework.

Vous ferez du foot ou du basket cette année?
Will you play football or basketball this year? 

Ils feront du tennis.
They will play tennis.

Notice that to form the future of the irregular verb faire (to do/make) in French, you use the irregular root:  fer-, and add the following endings-ai, -as, -a, -ons, -ez, -ont
 
 

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Je ferai des crêpes pour le petit-déjeuner.
I will make pancakes for breakfast.



Nous ferons nos devoirs.
We will do our homework.


Ils feront du tennis.
They will play tennis.


Je ferai une tarte à la citrouille.
I will make a pumpkin pie.


Il fera des muffins.
He will make muffins.


Vous ferez du foot ou du basket cette année?
Will you play football or basketball this year? 


Tu feras du bruit?
Will you make noise?


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Q&A

Maloy

Kwiziq community member

25 January 2017

2 replies

How do we write "she will get it done" or "she will get it signed (by someone)"?

Do we necessarily use "futur proche" e.g. elle va le faire ? However "elle va le signer" is not the same meaning. "Elle le fera signer" - would this be correct?

Aurélie

Kwiziq language super star

27 January 2017

27/01/17

Bonjour Maloy !

For constructions such as "to have/get *something* done [by someone else]", you will use "faire faire *quelque chose*" in French, as follows:
"Elle le fera signer. / Elle va le faire signer." (She'll get it signed.)

Here's a link to our related lesson:
https://progress.lawlessfrench.com/revision/grammar/faire-plus-infinitive-means-to-have-something-done

I hope that's helpful !
À bientôt !

Maloy

Kwiziq community member

2 February 2017

2/02/17

Merci beaucoup Aurélie!
I'll be right with you...