In the first example there is a mistake.


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28 August 2016

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In the first example there is a mistake.

Il aura eu froid cet hiver-là. He will have been (had) cold that winter.

This question relates to:
French lesson "Conjugate avoir, être, faire and other irregular verbs in Le Futur Antérieur (future perfect)"


Kwiziq language super star

1 September 2016


Bonjour Saleh, Thanks for your message.

That is not a mistake. As you may know, Avoir chaud / froid = To be hot / cold">avoir froid means "to be cold"

This applies to all tenses:

  • Il avait froid = He was cold.
  • Il aura froid = He will be cold.
  • Il aura eu froid = He will have been cold.


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