The simple future

The future is named “simple” as opposed to the future future (which itself is composed). It is a time of the indicative. It has as endings (for the three groups):

I – have
you –
he / she –
we – we –
you –
they – have – have

In the first and second groups, the radical corresponds to the infinitive of the verb followed by the endings of the future.
I will eat

The “e” of the first group is not always pronounced but it should not be forgotten.

First group: “eat”

I will eat
You will eat
He / she will eat
We will eat
You will eat
They will eat

Second group: “finish”

I will finish
You will finish
He / she will finish
We will finish
You will finish
They will finish

In the third group, the verbs whose infinitive ends with -e lose this letter to the simple future.

I will
say You will say
He / She / We will say
We will
tell You will
say They will say

For many verbs that end in -ir or -oir, we add a -r to the radical.

Example : Browse Example: Duty

I will be traveling I will be
traveling You will be traveling
He / she / We will be traveling He / She / We will be
traveling We will
be traveling You will be
They will be traveling They will be
The future is simple

Other verbs see their radical totally changed

Example : Go

I ‘go
You will go
He / She / It will go
we will go
you go
They / They go
Simple Future

Here is how the two auxiliaries conjugate to the simple future of the indicative:

To be Have

I will be I will have
You will be You will have
He / she will be He / she / it will
be We will have
You will be You
/ they will be They / they will have

Summary :the future of the indicative

I – have
You – have
He – a
We – ons
You – ez
They – have