Anonymous asked in Society & CultureLanguages · 8 months ago

Fanny is imagining what will happen as she leaves for vacation. Fill in the blanks with the correct form of the verbs in the futur simple.?

Mon père (1)_________(appeler) la compagnie pour la confirmation de mon voyage. Comme il y (2)_________(avoir) beaucoup de passagers ce jour-là, je (3)_________(partir) tôt de la maison. Mes parents (4)_________(emprunter) la voiture du voisin et ils me (5)_________(conduire) à l'aéroport. Puisque ma mère m'aime beaucoup, elle me (6)_________(dire) certainement : « Fanny, tu nous (7)_________(écrire) comme d'habitude ? »Quand nous nous (8)_________(quitter), je (9)_________(être) bien triste. Je (10)_________(lire) beaucoup de journaux pendant le vol.

3 Answers

  • 8 months ago

    Go on then.

    If you try to do the exercise, then post it when you've finished, we'll be glad to offer comments. But we like the asker to put some effort in FIRST.

  • 8 months ago

    No.  It's *your* homework.  We won't be there to take the exam for you.

  • Pontus
    Lv 7
    8 months ago

    Step 1.  Identify the subject pronoun that would be used.  

    Step 2.  Determine what the future stem of the verb is.  For many verbs, it's the infinitive (dictionary) form. However, there are some slightly as well as very irregular verbs in the passage.  Use your text book or the internet to find the future stem for any verbs you're not sure about.

    Step 3.  Apply the future suffix that goes with the subject pronoun from Step 1.  

    je = -ai  nous = ons

    tu = as, vous = ez

    il etc = a,  ils etc = ont


    1. The future suffixes are the same for all verbs.  Always. 

    2. ai, as, a, & ont are just like avoir in the present tense 

    3. ons & ez, although not like avons & avez exactly, are still familiar. 

    4. All future stems end in r, without exception. 

    This is not a difficult task.  If you're overwhelmed, hopefully this helped.  If you simply aren't willing to attempt it yourself, then just fail French and get out of it.  It's not going to get easier. 

    Source(s): taught French; native English speaker. Learned French before the internet was a thing.
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