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Fr3 verb review

pc, imparfait, futur proche, imperatif

il + étudier (FUTUR PROCHE) il va étudier
je + parler (FUTUR PROCHE) je vais parler
tu + aller (FUTUR PROCHE) tu vas aller
nous + écouter (FUTUR PROCHE) nous allons écouter
vous + attendre (FUTUR PROCHE) vous allez attendre
elles + regarder (FUTUR PROCHE) elles vont regarder
FUTUR PROCHE rule rule for this grammar tense=subject + conjugate ALLER + infinitive
When is futur proche used? when to use this grammar tense=to tell what is going to happen in the near future
il + étudier (IMPARFAIT) il étudiait
je + parler (IMPARFAIT) je parlais
tu + aller (IMPARFAIT) tu allais
nous + écouter (IMPARFAIT) nous écoutions
vous + attendre (IMPARFAIT) vous attendiez
elles + regarder (IMPARFAIT) elles regardaient
IMPARFAIT rule rule for this grammar tense=remove -ons from nous form then add endings (-ais/-ais/-ait/-ions/ -iez/-aient)
When is imparfait used? when to use this grammar tense=to describe something that happened habitually in the past
étudier (IMPÉRATIF) étudie/étudions/étudiez
parler (IMPÉRATIF) parle/parlons/parlez
aller (IMPÉRATIF) va/allons/allez
écouter (IMPÉRATIF) écoute/écoutons/écoutez
attendre (IMPÉRATIF) attends/attendons/attendez
regarder (IMPÉRATIF) regarde/regardons/regardez
IMPÉRATIF rule rule for this grammar tense=use tu/nous/vous form without the subject (remove -s from tu form with ER verbs)
il + étudier (PASSÉ COMPOSÉ) il a étudié
je + parler (PASSÉ COMPOSÉ) j'ai parlé
tu + aller (PASSÉ COMPOSÉ) tu es allé
nous + écouter (PASSÉ COMPOSÉ) nous avons écouté
vous + attendre (PASSÉ COMPOSÉ) vous avez attendu
vous + aller (PASSÉ COMPOSÉ) vous êtes allés
elles + regarder (PASSÉ COMPOSÉ) elles ont regardé
elles + retourner (PASSÉ COMPOSÉ) elles sont retournées
When is passé composé used? when to use this grammar tense=used for a one-time event that had a beginning and ending
conjugation of AVOIR j'ai/ tu as/il a/elle a/on a/nous avons/vous avez/ils ont/elles ont
conjugation of ÊTRE je suis/tu es/ il est/elle est/on est/ nous sommes/vous êtes/ils sont/elles sont
uses être as helping verb Dr. & Mrs. Vandertramp/House verbs use this verb
uses avoir as helping verb all other verbs use this helping verb
ER verb rule for passé composé take off ER and add é
RE verb rule for passé composé take off RE and add u
IR verb rule for passé composé take off IR and add i
this helping verb has no agreement with subject & past participle avoir
this help verb agrees with subject & past participle (extra E or S) être
Created by: MadameZimmerman