future proche - Je ne vais pas nager. (I am not going to...

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Future Proche (Near Future) We use the future proche when we want to describe actions in the future. In English this can literally be translated as I am going to go somewhere (going to eat, going to drink, going to talk) etc. Conjugated form of aller + infinitive Aller (to go) Je Vais Nous Allons Tu Vas Vous Allez Il/Elle Va Ils/Elles Vont On Nager (To Swim) Je Vais nager (I am going to swim) Nous Allons nager (We are going to swim) Tu Vas nager (You are going to swim) Vous Allez nager (you are going to swim) Il/Elle Va nager (He is going to swim) Ils/Elles Vont nager (They are going to swim) On Negation To negate future proche, place ne…pas around conjugated form of aller.
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Unformatted text preview: Je ne vais pas nager. (I am not going to swim) Direct Object Pronouns On parle le francais-----On va le parler.-----On ne va pas le parler. The direct object pronoun stays outside the negation and sticks with the infinitive. This is because the meaning of the object pronoun fits most closely with the meaning of the infinitive. Indirect Object Pronouns Il obit ses parents.----Il va leur obir.---Il ne va pas leur obir. The Indirect object pronoun stays outside the negation and sticks with the infinitive. This is because the meaning of the object pronoun fits most closely with the meaning of the infinitive....
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This note was uploaded on 08/23/2011 for the course FR 506 taught by Professor Hythecker during the Spring '10 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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