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FRN Verbs

Conditional and Future: Endings and Irregular Stems

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Simple Future Endings Use infinitive. (Remove the -e from -re verbs.) Endings: -ai, -as, -a, -ons, -ez, -ont.
Conditional Endings Use infinitive. (Remove the -e from -re verbs.) Endings: -ais, -ais, -ait, -ions, -iez, -aient
être ser-
faire fer-
aller ir-
avoir aur-
savoir saur-
tenir tiendr-
venir viendr-
vouloir voudr-
acquérir acquérr-
courir courr-
envoyer enverr-
mourir mourr-
pouvoir pourr-
voir verr-
devoir devr-
recevoir recevr-
décevoir décevr-
pleuvoir pleur-
devenir deviendr-
revenir reviendr-
Il faut.... Il faudra...
Il y a.... Il y aura...
When main clause is imperative or aller + infinitive, future is used when a future event is implied after: quand When main clause is imperative or aller + infinitive, futur is used when a future event is implied after: when
When main clause is imperative or aller + infinitive, futur is used when a future event is implied after: lorsque When main clause is imperative or aller + infinitive, futur is used when a future event is implied after: when
When main clause is imperative or aller + infinitive, futur is used when a future event is implied after: dès que When main clause is imperative or aller + infinitive, futur is used when a future event is implied after: as soon as
When main clause is imperative or aller + infinitive, futuris used when a future event is implied after: aussitôt que When main clause is imperative or aller + infinitive, futur is used when a future event is implied after: as soon as
When main clause is imperative or aller + infinitive, futur is used when a future event is implied after: après que When main clause is imperative or aller + infinitive, futur is used when a future event is implied after: after
Si clause in present, results in... Si clause in __, results in present, future, or imperative.
Si clause in imperfect, results in... Si clause in __, results in conditional.
Created by: kles