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1 of 21 © Boardworks Ltd 2006 The perfect tense with avoir For talking about what you have done (the past tense)
© Boardworks Ltd 20062 of 21 Can you match the infinitives below with their English meaning? Try to predict the answers, then click your mouse to show the correct answers. Also try to predict the je form of the perfect tense for each verb. Infinitive parler trouver porter danser travailler dessiner Meaning to draw to dance to speak to find to wear to work Meaning to speak to find to wear to dance to work to draw Meaning I spoke I found I wore I danced I worked I drew Perfect tense j’ai parlé j’ai trouvé j’ai porté j’ai dansé j’ai travaillé j’ai dessiné Meaning Introduction to the perfect tense with avoir
© Boardworks Ltd 20063 of 21 1) The present tense of avoir 2) The past participle. When we use it to make the perfect tense, we call avoir the auxiliary verb. The second verb ending in -é (joué / mangé etc.) is called the past participle. Introduction to the perfect tense with avoir J’ai joué au hockey. The perfect tense is made up of: aijoué
© Boardworks Ltd 20064 of 21 J’ Tu Il Elle On Nous Vous Ils Elles ai as a a a avons avez ont mangé I ate You ate He ate She ate We ate You ate They ate Revising avoir 1 Obviously, you will sometimes want to talk about someone other than yourself! It might be a good idea to remind yourself of all the different parts of avoir.
© Boardworks Ltd 20065 of 21 Revising avoir
(to have pain, ache, be hurt…)
What have you done?! Well, thats just PERFECT!!!
THE PERFECT TENSE The Perfect Tense is used to talk about the past. Formation The Perfect Tense in French is formed of two parts: i) an AUXILIARY VERBii)
vous avez – you (pl/pol) have
Two verbs in one sentence
The Passé Composé of –er verbs.
One of 3 groups of verbs in French
Le passé composé (the perfect tense).
Le passé composé.
Le passé composé J’ai commandé un café I ordered a coffee.
Using the past tense Step One: er verbs. You need a marker board. Write down all of the subjects (Je, Tu, etc.)
Le verbe AVOIR au présent
The Passé Composé Tense
Imperfect tense. Uses of the imperfect: Saying what you used to do Describing things in the past Saying what you were doing.
By: John Malloy. Avoir is a verb meaning to have.. Conjugations : JeaiNousavons TuasVousavez Il/ElleaIls/Ellesont.
Autumn 2 Assessments 1.Foundation Listening June Foundation Reading June Writing My Ideal Partner Write all corrections for writing in exercise.
Le passé composé des verbes reguliers.
jeudi, le 24 octobre Objectifs: to be able to use perfect tense
LE PASSÉ COMPOSÉ THE PERFECT TENSE Talking about actions, completed in the past.
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