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Narrating in the past. Combining the perfect and imperfect tenses
Eric roulait dans sa voiture. We use the imperfect tense to describe what was happening. roulait
You remember the endings? ais ais ait ions iez aient And how do you get the stem? roulait. Eric roulait. From the nous form of the present tense – minus the ONS roul ons
une vache a traversé la route. Eric roulait dans sa voiturequand
The imperfect tense describes what was happening The perfect tense - the action that occurred
Je (manger) une pommequand j’ (voir) un asticot. mangeais ai vu
Louis (aller) à l’arrêt de bus quand le bus (passer) devant lui. allait a passé
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Tout d’un coup, Alice (comprendre) avait a compris pourquoi Max n’ (avoir) pas de copine.
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