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Future stem of Regular -ER, -IR Verbs
the infinitive
Future stem of Regular -RE Verbs
the infinitive minus the final e.
avoir
aur-
aller
ir-
être
ser-
faire
fer-
savoir
saur-
acquérir
acquérr-
courir
courr-
envoyer
enverr-
mourir
mourr-
pouvoir
pourr-
voir
verr-
décevoir
décevr-
devoir
devr-
falloir
faudr-
pleuvoir
pleuvr-
recevoir
recevr-
tenir
tiendr-
venir
viendr-
vouloir
voudr-
Verbs like acheter, amener
Verbs that change a mute e to an è before a mute e in the present tense also change e to è in all forms of the futur tense.
Verbs like appeler, jeter
Verbs that double their final consonant before a mute e in the present tense have the same change in all persons of the future tense.
Verbs like espérer, préférer
Verbs that have an é in the infinitive retain the é in the future tense
quand
when
lorsque
when
dès que
as soon as
aussitôt que
as soon as
Forming the Conditional
Formed by adding the endings of the imperfect tense to the future tense stem

ais
ais
ait
ions
iez
aient
Si clauses
If an event is likely to happen, the present tense is used in the si clause and the present, futur, or imperative is used in the result clause.
If and event is unlikely to happen or is contrary to fact, the imperfect is used in the si clause and the conditional is used in the result clause.
If the event is contrary to past fact, the pluperfect is used in the si clause and the result clause uses the past conditional.