When to use it: to describe what will or shall happen at a certain time in the future.
How to form it: there are two parts - (i) the future stem and (ii) the future endings.
Forming the stem
For regular -er and -ir verbs use the infinitive as the stem and just add the appropriate ending depending on what is doing the verb:
For regular -re verbs drop the -e from the end of -re to form a stem:
The endings of future tense verbs always follow the same pattern:
Handy tip: notice that the endings are the same as the present tense of the verb avoir, except for nous and vous forms.