The verb faire in the future tense

The verb faire (to make/do), as well as the similar verbs satisfaire, (to satisfy), défaire (to undo), etc., is conjugated in the future in the following manner:
faire en
Je ferai
Tu feras
Il fera/elle fera
Nous ferons
Vous ferez
Ils feront/elles feront
Demain matin Muriel et Marcel feront le ménage et Victor fera la cuisine. Tomorrow morning, Muriel and Marcel will do the housework and Victor will cook.

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