The immediate future tense is also used to talk about what is going to happen in the future. It is easy to formulate.
The present tense of the verb aller + the infinitive of the main verb.
The immediate future requires two steps:
1. Use the present tense of aller
You must select the correct part of aller that you need. For example:
|Subject pronoun||Aller = to go||English|
|tu||vas||You're going (informal)|
|il/elle/on||va||He is going/She is going/We are going|
|nous||allons||We are going|
|vous||allez||You are going (formal, plural)|
|ils/elles||vont||They are going|
2. Then simply add your infinitive
You combine the correct part of aller with the infinitive and you get the immediate future: