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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
Les indicateurs de temps. Yet Every Listen! Ago in 2058 Next For Yesterday Usually At the moment When I was Never Last Not…yet Tomorrow Just Never Look!
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.
Tenses (Past Simple & Present Perfect) We use tenses to talk about time. Tenses play an important role in languages that grammaticalise time reference.
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.
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.
Prepositions of time Use / examples. in months year season part of the day duration in July in 2004 in summer in the evening in a minute in two weeks.
My Job + Preposition Of Time © 2011 wheresjenny.com 1 GRAMMAR POINT Preposition Of Time Preposition Of Time.
PRESENT PERFECT. FORM PRESENT OF HAVE (HAVE / HAS) + PAST PARTICIPLE OF THE VERB.
Guess the Covered Word Developed by: Joanne Whitley.
Dites à quel temps sont les verbes soulignés /5 1. I go to London every summer = ______________ 2. We visited Spain together two years ago = _____________________________________.
Vocabulaire 6.3 Français I. Quand (ça)? When? tout de suite right away.
Past Perfect Continuous Tense © 2015 albert-learning.com.
FORM Present Perfect Simple Present Perfect Continuous AffirmativeI have played He has played I have been playing He has been playing NegativeI haven’t.
© and ® 2011 Vista Higher Learning, Inc.2B.2-1 Point de départ Use the verb être with numbers to tell time. There are two ways to ask what time it is.
a) How many minutes are there in 6 hours? b) How many hours are there in a week? c) How many weeks are there in 63 days? Do you know…?
40 Minutes Left. 39 Minutes! 38 Minutes Left 37 Minutes Left.
Objectif: To express how long, or since when, something has been going on.
TIME PREPOSITIONS. _____ Saturdays _____ 6:30 _____ the afternoon _____ my birthday _____ August _____ last week _____ the weekend _____ Chrtistmas Eve.
Prepositions of time. in periods of time: in the evening, in my lunch break, in the summer, in the 20th century points at the end of a period of time:
DEPUIS, IL Y A, PENDANT, POUR QUAND, LORSQUE Temporal expressions.
Who what whenwhere why How -Wh question words Teacher Silvino Sieben 3ª Série - EM.
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?
Present Perfect FORM Present Perfect [HAS / HAVE] + [past participle] Example: I have seen that movie many times. I have never seen that movie.
Time expressions I won’t be able to help you now (at present). There’s a flight that leaves from or arrives at Heathrow International every 30 seconds.
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.
Help me out. who is he even before we go but come again.
Intermediate 1 ESOL Grammar: The Correct Tense The Past Simple.
Grammar Book (3) Modal Answers. Page 3 1.Will you be at home tomorrow ? 2.Will Ann be in class tomorrow ? 3.Will the plane be on time ? 4.Will dinner.
Amuse-toi avec les pronoms directs et indirects!.
100 Most Common Words a all and are as at be.
By: Vanessa H. Quel temps Fait-il? → How is the weather?
Let’s see what you know about TIME… How many days are in one year? There are 365 days in one year. How many months are there in a year? There are.
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.
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,
VERB TENSES. Verbs can change their form according to Time of the action The nature of the action (whether it is completed or is still continuing This.
THE PRESENT PERFECT Make the present perfect using: HAVE/HAS + PAST PARTICIPLE.
Of. and a to the in is you that it at be.
FR 3 Passé Composé ou Imparfait?. In French, when talking about the past, you may use EITHER the PASSÉ COMPOSÉ or the IMPARFAIT Choice of tense reflects.
PRESENT PERFECT CONTINUOUS: Actions That paragraph has started in the past but continue in the present USING. Structure: For example: Aff: The students.
Present Perfect. In English, the present perfect is essencially a present tense, but it also expresses the effect of past actions on the present. PastPresentPresent.
Weekly Sight Words List 1. the I to a is my.
PAST CONTINUOUS Practice Complete the sentences. Which hotel ________ (you/stay) in when you lost your passport?
Le Temps Stephanie Don 12/17/12. Temps. Weather.
Past simple / Present perfect Past simple is used: Actions that finished in a definite time in the past I bought this car last week. To ask when? what.
October 3 rd, Present Perfect Continuous Its structure: Subject [ I, she, he, you, we …] Auxiliary verb [Have / Has] Auxiliary verb Been main verb.
How to say ‘I have just’ in French. Je viens de manger le pique- nique. I have just eaten the picnic.
Present Perfect FORM [has/have + past participle].
Simple Continuous Perfect Perfect Continuous. FormSubjectVerbExample Present TenseIsleepI sleep at 11 o’clock every night. Past TenseIsleptI slept at.
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