Futur Antérieur Exercises For French Grammar

The Futur Antérieur in French grammar is a compound tense used to express actions that will have been completed or will have occurred before a specific point in the future. It is formed by combining the future tense of the auxiliary verb (avoir or être) with the past participle of the main verb. The choice of the auxiliary verb depends on the main verb’s action: most verbs use “avoir,” while verbs indicating movement or change of state use “être.” In this exercise, you will practice the Futur Antérieur tense by filling in the blanks with the correct form of the verbs in brackets. Remember to consider the subject of the sentence and the auxiliary verb required for each main verb. Let’s get started!

Exercice 1 : Complétez les phrases avec le Futur antérieur

Exercice 2 : Complétez les phrases avec le Futur antérieur

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