Le futur simple-practice 1

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Le futur simple-practice 1

Le futur simple-practice 1

In this post, Le futur simple-practice 1, you will practice sentence using simple future in French. Doing these type of exercises is a great way to improve grammar and also improve your French vocabulary. Enjoy the practice!

Exercises – Le futur Simple

 

1.- La semaine prochaine ses amis __________________ très fort.

(A) chanterons

(B) chantont

(C) chanteront

2.- Dans dix jours, vous ________________  le train pour aller au travail.

(A) prendrez

(B) prennez

(C) prendriez

3.- La jeune fille _____________  son examen.

(A) réussisas

(B) réussita

(C) réussira

4.- Bientôt, nous ____________ chez Maya

(A) dînerons

(B) dînons

(C) dînont

5.- Demain soir, tu  ___________la cloche de l’église.

(A) entendas

(B) entendras

(C) entendrera

6.- Demain, je ____________  tout le matin .

(A) dormirai

(B) dormiré

(C) dormirais

7.- Le mois prochain elle ___________ samedi après-midi.

(A) travailla

(B) travailleras

(C) travaillera

8.- Demain, nous __________ en avance et nous ____________ le test.

(A) arriverons – finirons

(B) arriveront – finiront

(C) arriveron – finiron

9.- L’année prochaine l´étudiant _____________  en France  et ___________ un stage à Paris.

(A) iras – ferai

(B) ira – fera

(C) alla – fera

10.- Quand il _________ 20 ans, il ____________ plus responsable.

(A) sera – sera

(B) serai – aura

(C) aura – sera 

11.- Le weekend je ________(rester) chez moi et je _________(faire) le ménage. *

(A) resterais – fairais

(B) resterai – ferai

(C) resteré – fairé

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What Is the Present Participle? The French present participle is the verb form that ends in -ant. The present participle may be used with the preposition en (while, on, upon, by, in, when) to form a gerund (the equivalent of the English verb form that ends in “‐ing”). When used without en, the present participle may act as an adjective, noun or verb. In both cases, its translation is the English “-ing” form. When Not to Use the Present Participle As you’ll soon see, the present participle is a super useful construction. But English speakers must beware because the present participle is not used as frequently as the frequently-used-in-English “-ing.” So before we proceed, it’s worth understanding when not to use the present participle
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