You already know that in some cases, we can use Le Présent (Indicatif) to express immediate/near future actions in the Continuous Present in English (I'm coming soon) - see Expressing immediate and near-future actions with the present tense (Le Présent) in French.
= I'm going to eat / They're going to learn.
Conjugation of ALLER + INFINITIVE (to be going to) in Le Futur Proche (Indicatif) in French:
Notice that Le Futur Proche (Indicatif), which expresses actions in the near future (= I'm going to [do something]), follows this pattern:
And Conjugate reflexive verbs in the near future in French using aller + infinitive (Le Futur Proche)
Position of French Negations - with conjugated verb + infinitive
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