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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
The Imperfect Tense - saying what someone was doing.
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.
Objectif: to be able to use verbs ending with ir in the present tense Les verbesir.
Verbes en -er Madame Dabla. Infinitive The form of the verb we find in the dictionary is called the “infinitive”.
AVOIR MAL (to have pain, ache, be hurt…). Je (I) Tu (You-informal/singular) Il (He) Elle (She) Nous (we) Vous (you-formal/plural) Ils (they-at least one.
All about the imperfect tense and how to form it.
The irregular verb faire The infinitive form (faire) means to do/to make Use this verb to say things like: I make a pizza.Je fais une pizza. You do your.
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.
Retournez au début! Click on one of the six subjects!
Pronoms sujets Subject Pronouns. The subject of a sentence is the person or thing which performs the action.
Les verbes en ~er The basic form of the verb is called the infinitive. Many French infinitives end in ~er. Most of these verbs are conjugated like chanter.
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.
Limparfait The imperfect tense Talking about events in the past - 2.
Limparfait. There are two forms of the past in French. You have already learned the passé composé. The other form is limparfait.
Page 11 finir. Step 1: Find the stem Remove the last two letters from the infinitive FINIR minus IR = FIN.
-Er Verb Endings This is the way to make sentences en français!
-er verbs One of 3 groups of verbs in French. The Conjugations of aimer (to like) Jaime Tuaimes Il/Elle/Onaime Nousaimons Vousaimez Ils/Ellesaiment Remember:
Les pronoms français Or… French pronouns Pronouns…what are they? Pronouns are words that take the place of nouns. They are usually much shorter words.
Aider= to help assister à = to attend bronzer = to tan chercher = to look for laver= to wash nager= to swim nettoyer = to clean BASICS – click, watch and.
LES VERBES EN -ER REGULAR VERBS VERBES RÉGULIERS.
Er verbs. Infinitive verbs An infinitive verb in English looks like this: TO SING TO before the verb makes it infinitive In French, the marker is the.
LE FUTUR! COMMENT EST-CE QUON FAIT LE FUTUR?. TAKE THE INFINITIVE LEAVE ON THE IR, ER OR – FOR –RE VERBS, JUST THE R. ADD THE FUTURE ENDINGS: JE = AI.
ER VERBS Verbs in french always have the following endings: ER IR RE.
Leçon 7 Pages Subject Pronouns Je or J = meTu = you (informal)
The Conditional Tense How to form it. The Conditional Tense The endings used for the Future Tense are very easy, if you think of them as The Imperfect.
ÊTRE Before we go any further…. What is an infinitive? Definition: It is the most basic form of a verb. In French, infinitives end in -er, -ir, or -re.
-er verbs. In order to read and write in French, we need to be able to make sentences. Sentences in French are made up of the same elements as in English:
Subject Pronouns. Subjects n The subject of a sentence is the person or thing performing the action. u The boy rides his bike to school. u The book is.
Present Tense - what is happening now / what usually happens Most regular verbs follow these patterns: Verbs ending in –er e.g. regarder: to watch je regardenous.
Le passé composé. You form the passé composé by using a conjugation of avoir and a past participle. You form the passé composé by using a conjugation.
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