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14 August 2018
Where "on" refers to " we" as a specific group of people, should it not be "verrons" rather than "Verra"
This question relates to:French lesson "Conjugate voir and envoyer in Le Futur (future tense)"
actually, no. On always uses 3rd person singular for the verb. Therefore there can sometimes be an apparent mismatch between verb and participle:
On s'est rencontrés hier. -- We met yesterday.
-- Chris (not a native speaker).
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In the example you give , it is always:
and will mean the same thing.
Hope this helps!
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