French Imperfect Tense Endings Chart

French Imperfect Tense 👉 Lesson: How and when to use the imperfect tense 👈 MORE VERB ENDINGS CHARTS Regular verbs ending in ER, IR, and DRE French imperfect tense Le futur simple Le conditionnel Le subjonctif RELATED POSTS

Name That French Tense Activity – Practice Using French Tenses

Comparing French and English Tenses Name That Tense is an activity for advanced learners of French to practice verb tenses. This set of 200 practice cards provides a challenging review. STEP 1 – Begin by using the cards written in French, and simply identify and name the tenses you read without translating. STEP 2 – CHALLENGE: Use the cardsContinue reading “Name That French Tense Activity – Practice Using French Tenses”

How to say COULD in French

Get a PDF of this lesson with audio, and a comprehensive exercise with 30 minutes of audio explanations to master this French grammar skill in my course. You must be logged in to your LLL French Academy account to access this course and everything that is included. How to say COULD in French Pouvoir –Continue reading “How to say COULD in French”

French Si Clauses – Second Conditional

👉 Scroll down to watch Jennifer’s video lesson on this grammar topic 👈 Second Conditional French «Si Clauses» What is a si clause? The word si  means if in English.  Si clauses, also known as conditionals or conditional sentences, are used to express what could happen if some condition is met.  Si clauses indicate possibilitiesContinue reading “French Si Clauses – Second Conditional”

French Imperfect Tense Story – L’imparfait

La Journée de Vanessa – French Imperfect Tense 👇 Scroll down for the English translation of this story 👇 Pratiquement tous les jours, le réveil de Vanessa sonnait à six heures. Elle restait toujours un peu au lit et elle se levait généralement à 6 heures et demie, ce n’était pas trop tôt. Ensuite, elleContinue reading “French Imperfect Tense Story – L’imparfait”

French Imperfect Tense – L’imparfait

👉 Watch my video lesson on this French grammar topic at the bottom of this post 👈 French Imperfect Tense The imparfait is one of the ways you can speak in the past.  You may have already learned the passé composé.   🎯 What’s the difference between the imparfait and the passé composé? The imparfait doesContinue reading “French Imperfect Tense – L’imparfait”

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