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© 2015 by Vista Higher Learning, Inc. All rights reserved.4A.1-1 Point de départ In Leçon 1A, you saw a form of the verb aller (to go) in the expression ça va. Now you will use this verb to talk about going places and to express actions that take place in the immediate future.
© 2015 by Vista Higher Learning, Inc. All rights reserved.4A.1-2 Note that aller is irregular. Only the nous and vous forms resemble the infinitive.
© 2015 by Vista Higher Learning, Inc. All rights reserved.4A.1-3 Aller can also be used with another verb to tell what is going to happen. This construction is called le futur proche (immediate future). Conjugate aller in the present tense and place the other verb’s infinitive form directly after it.
© 2015 by Vista Higher Learning, Inc. All rights reserved.4A.1-4 To negate an expression in le futur proche, place ne/n’ before the conjugated form of aller and pas after it.
© 2015 by Vista Higher Learning, Inc. All rights reserved.4A.1-5 Note that this construction can be used with the infinitive of aller to mean going to go (somewhere).
© 2015 by Vista Higher Learning, Inc. All rights reserved.4A.1-6 The preposition à The preposition à contracts with the definite articles le and les. It does not contract with la and l’.
© 2015 by Vista Higher Learning, Inc. All rights reserved.4A.1-7 The preposition à (continued) The preposition à can be translated in various ways in English: to, in, at. It often indicates a physical location, as with aller à and habiter à. However, it can have other meanings depending on the verb used.
© 2015 by Vista Higher Learning, Inc. All rights reserved.4A.1-8 The preposition à (continued) In general, à is used to mean at or in, whereas dans is used to mean inside. When learning a place name in French, learn the preposition that accompanies it.
© 2015 by Vista Higher Learning, Inc. All rights reserved.4A Comment ça ______________? 2.Tu ______________ à la piscine pour nager. 3.Ils ______________ au centre-ville. 4.Nous ______________ bavarder au café. 5.Vous ______________ aller au restaurant ce soir? 6.Elle ______________ aller à l’église dimanche matin. 7.Ce soir, je ______________ danser en boîte. 8.On ne ______________ pas passer par l’épicerie cet après-midi. Essayez! Utilisez la forme correcte du verbe aller. va
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