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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 relates to: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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