The letter C has two pronunciations: hard and soft.
The majority of imperative conjugations are identical to their present tense conjugations - the only difference is that there's no subject pronoun. The exception is the tu form of some verbs, in some constructions.
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While many French verbs require a specific preposition in front of a noun or infinitive, others don't - even when a preposition is needed in the English equivalent.
In English, we use the modal "will" plus a verb to talk about actions that will take place in the future, but in French there's a future tense with a full set of conjugations for every verb. The uses of these two constructions are very similar.