Introduction to the verb cramser
The English translation of the French verb “cramser” is “to complain” or “to grumble.” The infinitive form is pronounced as “kram-say.”
The origin of “cramser” is uncertain, but it is believed to come from the word “crame,” meaning “to be tired” or “to wear out.” In everyday French, “cramser” is often used in the Futur Simple tense to express future complaints or grumblings.
Three examples of its usage in the Futur Simple tense are:
Je cramsrai lorsque je devrai travailler ce week-end. (I will complain when I have to work this weekend.)
Tu cramsras sûrement si tu dois aller à cette réunion ennuyeuse. (You will surely grumble if you have to go to that boring meeting.)
Ils cramsront lorsqu’ils seront obligés de prendre le train bondé. (They will complain when they are forced to take the crowded train.)
I will complain when I have to work this weekend.
You will surely grumble if you have to go to that boring meeting.
They will complain when they are forced to take the crowded train.
Table of the Futur Simple (Simple Future) Tense Conjugation of cramser
|Je cramserai mes économies.
|I will blow my savings.
|Tu cramseras ton temps.
|You will waste your time.
|Il cramsera son argent.
|He will squander his money.
|Elle cramsera son énergie.
|She will waste her energy.
|On cramsera la nourriture.
|One/We will waste the food.
|Nous cramserons nos forces.
|We will exhaust our strength.
|Vous cramsererez votre chance.
|You will miss your chance.
|Ils cramseront leur talent.
|They will waste their talent.
|Elles cramseront leur vie.
|They will waste their life.
Other Conjugations for Cramser.
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Cramser – About the French Futur Simple (Simple Future) Tense
Formation of Futur Simple
For regular -er verbs (e.g., parler – to speak)
For regular -ir verbs (e.g., finir – to finish)
For regular -re verbs (e.g., vendre – to sell)
Common Everyday Usage Patterns
Interactions with Other Tenses
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