FRENCH SIMPLE FUTURE TENSE
The French future tense is similar to the English future tense. It is used to talk about future events. Its formation is simple because there is no auxiliary. It is translated into English with the auxiliary “will”.
The future stem always ends in -r. For -er and -ir verbs, the stem is the infinitive. For regular -re verbs, the stem is the infinitive minus the final e. The endings for the simple future are: ai, as, a, ons, ez, ont.