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Let’s try…. WWII (*seconde guerre mondiale ) The last storm* (*tempête ) SINCE WWII SINCE the last storm
Let’s practice !!! 8 o’clock April a week two hours Christmas Since FOR FOR Since
we arrived ages * ( une éternité ) my schooldays ( mes années d’école / college ) he left Suzan ( il a quitté Suzan ) SINCE FOR SINCE
a long time a minute 2002 ( two thousand and two ) I went on holiday FOR SINCE
six months centuries he wrote to me a moment years it started raining FOR SINCE FOR SINCE
half an hour two hours ( 2 heures de temps qui passe ) two o’clock ( 2 heures sur une montre ) FOR SINCE
Ready for the last slide ?? she saw him (elle l’a vu ) the beginning of the year ( le début de l’année ) yesterday two days SINCE FOR
Since and For in the Present Perfect Tense. Since Since is used for: start of the time a particular time Since Monday Present Past Monday start of the.
Depuis, Pendant, Pour and il y a. The French prepositions depuis, pendant, andfar less commonly pour each express the __________ of an event a little.
PRÉPOSITIONS AVEC LE TEMPS DEPUIS, PENDANT, & IL Y A.
Last weekend Ten seconds Christmas I finished school A couple of days My birthday A long time Ten centuries The 70s I was a boy August The last month Fifteen.
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PrÉpositions Avec Le temps POUR, DANS, et EN. Review Depuis means "since" or "for." It is used with a French verb in the present tense to talk about an.
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Guess the Covered Word Developed by: Joanne Whitley.
DEPUIS, IL Y A, PENDANT, POUR QUAND, LORSQUE Temporal expressions.
USE OF THE PRESENT INDICATIVE TENSE. The present indicative tense in French is used to express both the simple present tense and the present continuous.
Dites à quel temps sont les verbes soulignés /5 1. I go to London every summer = ______________ 2. We visited Spain together two years ago = _____________________________________.
Complex sentences with time clauses Using before, after, when and while.
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Prepositions of time one point in time: on, at, in extended time: since, for, by, from-to, from-until, during, with(in)
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Time with minutes French I Le 30 Octobre. The vowels are missing from these numbers. Can you fill in the gaps and write what the number is (e.g. 7, 3,
Year 7 Sport Revision Guide Levels 2-5. Level 2 What is needed: Short sentences and basic information. Basic information: Je mappelle – my name is Jai.
Past Simple and past Continuous. Form the form is the same for all persons –He left at three oclock. –They arrived three weeks ago.
Past Tenses Simple Past, Past continuous and Past perfect tense.
Amuse-toi avec les pronoms directs et indirects!.
What Time is it?. When When is your birthday? What What year were you born? How How many days are there in a week? many seconds in a minute? many minutes.
Hi my name is Ryan and this my math trail. By Ryan Fiddes.
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Measuring Motion. Words to Know speed magnitude velocity acceleration.
We started our lessons on the 9th October. We started our lessons on the 9th October. Yes, we did. We´ve had 8 lessons this year.
Past Simple or Present Perfect PAST SIMPLE PRESENT PERFECT SIMPLE Completed actions that took place in a finished period of time: Carol bought a new.
BE ABOUT TO + INFINITIVE. Be about + to-infinitive refers to actions happening in the immediate future and is often used with just: Hurry up! The ceremony.
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