“Venir de” with the Imperfect Tense – French Recent Past

Le Passé Récent VENIR DE (IMPERFECT TENSE) + INFINITIVE When referring to something that happened before a moment in the past, venir is conjugated in the imperfect tense. It means that someone or something had just done something. It’s important not to confuse this grammatical structure with the plus-que-parfait tense, which means that someone hadContinue reading ““Venir de” with the Imperfect Tense – French Recent Past”

Venir de – French Recent Past

Le Passé Récent VENIR DE (PRESENT) + INFINITIVE When referring to something that happened just before the present moment, the verb venir is conjugated in the present, followed by de and an infinitive. It means that someone or something has just done something. You can also use venir in the imperfect tense to say thatContinue reading “Venir de – French Recent Past”

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