Do we have future tense

dim   Wednesday, October 08, 2003, 19:00 GMT
we also use the present tense as future in Engilsh. For example, I go to Lodon tomorrow.
Clark   Wednesday, October 08, 2003, 19:11 GMT
Jim, no, I am not wrong. French has a past tense, just like English. I was taking the logic I saw from that first post about English.

To me, it sounded as if the person said there was not a future tense because "will go" is two words and not one word like in French, "j'irai" (I will go). So, by that logic, I compared this with the French and English past tenses. There are two words that make up the past tense in French whereas only one word in English (keep in mind I know there are more ways than I present; I am just giving these as examples). In English, one can say "I ate." "Ate" is one word whereas "j'ai mangé" is two words (I am not counting the personal pronoun).
Hythloday   Thursday, October 09, 2003, 11:30 GMT
Antonio and Jim, I salute you! She'll make you a moron, potential H-bomb.