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Uses of the imperfect: Saying what you used to do Describing things in the past Saying what you were doing
Imperfect tense Take the nous part of the verb: Remove the ons ending: finissons Add the correct imperfect ending: finiss Je finissais I was finishing... I used to finish
Imperfect tense Je finissais I was finishing
Imperfect tense Tu finissais You (familiar) were finishing
Imperfect tense Il finissait He was finishing
Imperfect tense Elle finissait She was finishing
Imperfect tense On finissait We were finishing
Imperfect tense Nous finissions We were finishing
Imperfect tense Vous finissiez You (polite) were finishing You (plural) were finishing
Imperfect tense Ils finissaient They (masculine) were finishing
Imperfect tense Elles finissaient They (feminine) were finishing
Subject Pronouns in French. Subject Pronouns are really important as they help us learn verb conjugations In order to conjugate verbs in French we need.
The Imperfect Tense - saying what someone was doing.
THE PRESENT TENSE OF REGULAR VERBS
THE IMPERFECT TENSE.
Page 11 finir. Step 1: Find the stem Remove the last two letters from the infinitive FINIR minus IR = FIN.
Objectif: to be able to use verbs ending with ir in the present tense Les verbesir.
Retournez au début! Click on one of the six subjects!
ALWAYS CLICK ON THE EIFFEL TOWER TO ADVANCE TO THE NEXT SLIDE.
The Present Tense - ir & - re verbs How to say I do/ I am doing Actions in the present.
FUTURE TENSE IRREGULAR AND REGULAR VERBS REGULAR VERBS ALWAYS KEEP THE WHOLE VERB, EXCEPT WHEN A VERB END IN E, IF IT DOES… REMOVE THE E.ALWAYS KEEP.
(to have pain, ache, be hurt…)
-ER Verbs. Conjugating Verbs Verbs are given in the infinitive (ex: manger, nager, jouer) We have to conjugate (or change) them when used with subjects.
1 of 9 © Boardworks Ltd 2006 Regular -ir & -re verbs in the present tense This icon indicates the slide contains activities created in Flash. These activities.
Learning Objective To remind ourselves how to conjugate regular verbs in the present tense.
Verbes en -er Madame Dabla.
finir Click on one of the ten sounds. sound 1 sound 2 sound 3 sound 4 sound 5 sound 6 soundsspelling sound 7 sound 8 sound 9 sound 10 Exit.
finir Exit Click on one of the six subjects. je tu il nous vous ils ?? soundsspelling.
Vous (formal, out of respect). Tu (informal, fellow student)
The Conditional Tense -saying what someone would do.
The verb “aller”. aller = to go je vais nous allons il va he’s going elle va she’s going on va one’s going / we’re going ils vont they’re going elles.
LIMPARFAIT Lusage Limparfait or the imperfect tense is used in French to describe actions or states of being that occurred over a period of time.
Limparfait. There are two forms of the past in French. You have already learned the passé composé. The other form is limparfait.
Can you name some -ir verbs in French?. Grossir Maigrir Réussir à Dormir Choisir.
How to say where I am going on holiday. Aller = to go The infinitive – the part we look up in the dictionary!
ER Verbs. ER verbs have special rules for putting them in a sentence because you wouldnt just say She to eat. You would say she eats.
REGULAR “ER” VERBS HOW TO CONJUGATE THEM. STEP 1 TAKE OFF THE “ER” ENDING YOU ARE NOW LEFT WITH THE STEM OR ROOT OR BASE.
L’impératif How to form commands in French- telling or suggesting what people should do.
Je chante J’ai chanté Je vais chanter Present tense Past tense Near future tense.
Using Avoir L’air French 2 Chapter 9---to seem or to look.
The future tense. The future tense is used to describe something which will happen or that someone will do. e.g. This evening, he will watch tv. Tomorrow,
Pronoms sujets Subject Pronouns. The subject of a sentence is the person or thing which performs the action.
Être – to be. Être – all verbs have pronouns The pronoun goes before the verb and indicates who is involved in the action of the verb: je – I tu – you.
Avoir!! Click to Start What type of verb is Avoir?!?!?! Doing Being Having.
THE PERFECT TENSE LE PASSÉ COMPOSÉ
L E P RÉSENT The Present Tense. L E P RÉSENT We use the present tense to describe an action that is happening now. We use the present tense by taking.
The Near Future Tense We use the near future tense to talk about what we are going to do. To make the near future tense you need to use the correct part.
Subject Pronouns Français 1.
REGULAR VERBS VERBES RÉGULIERS
Warm Up #1 What time is “a quarter til 3”?. Warm Up #1 What time is “a quarter til 3”? 2:45.
LE VERBE ALLER.
Telling someone what town and country you live in. Asking others where they live.
WHAT DO I PLACE BEFORE CITIES, STATES AND COUNTRIES???
L’EXPRESSION DES ACTIONS CONTINUELLES AU PASSÉ L’imparfait.
-Er Verb Endings This is the way to make sentences en français!
The irregular verb “faire”
Describing Personalities Adjectives and the Verb ‘être’
All about the imperfect tense and how to form it.
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