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Concerne les expressions, au sens grammatical, dont le sens peut être interprété. L'étiquette *expressions-idiomatiques* regroupe les expressions ou les formulations dont le sens est opaque.

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Aller can be used as a semi-auxiliary verb to express an action in the future, but it must be followed by the verb that expresses the future action or state in question, even if it is also aller. Othe …
answered Oct 11 '20 by Maroon
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You would simply use the future tense or use the auxiliary aller with infinitive construction. In your example, to say, "we will be hot," we would say "nous aurons chaud" or "nous allons avoir chaud." …
answered Jun 29 '19 by Maroon