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How do I form the near future tense?

The near future tense is easy to form! All you need to do is be able to conjugate the verb aller and add an infinitive. The equation for forming the near future tesne is written below:

Aller (conjugated form in present tense) + Infinitive = Near Future Tense

Below in the conjugation of Aller in the present tense:

Je vais

Tu vas

Il va

Nous allons

Vous allez

Ils vont

Below are some examples:

Je vais aller - I will go

Il va jouer - He will play

Ils vont vendre - The will sell

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