In Latin and English a future active indicative sometimes acts as an imperative command, like "Thou shalt not steal." I'm curious if there is any parallel to this in French? Thank you!
‘Thou shalt not steal ‘ as one of the ten commandments is -
‘Tu ne commettras pas de vol‘
and the future indicative is used too, it looks as it is the same in French...
Hope this helps
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