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Infinitive Present Past Past participle French, 31 To paint paint s painted painted peindre peinturer. 32 To part part s parted parted s parer, 33 To pick pick s picked picked ramasser. 34 To place place s placed placed placer, 35 To play play s played played jouer. 36 To point point s pointed pointed pointer, 37 To pour pour s poured poured verser. 38 To pull pull s pulled pulled tirer, 39 To push push es pushed pushed pousser.
40 To rent rent s rented rented louer, 41 To rest rest s rested rested se reposer. 42 To rush rush es rushed rushed se h ter, 43 To save save s saved saved sauver pargner. 44 To seem seem s seemed seemed sembler, 45 To smoke smoke s smoked smoked fumer. 46 To spell spell s spelled spelled peler, 47 To stop stop s stopped stopped arr ter. 48 To talk talk s talked talked parler, 49 To thank thank s thanked thanked remercier.
50 To touch touch es touched touched toucher, 51 To try try ies tried tried essayer. 52 To turn turn s turned turned tourner, 53 To use use s used used utiliser. 54 To wait wait s waited waited attendre, 55 To walk walk s walked walked marcher. 56 To want want s wanted wanted vouloir d sirer, 57 To wash wash es washed washed laver. 58 To watch watch es watched watched regarder, 59 To wish wish es wished wished souhaiter.
60 To work work s worked worked travailler, Irregular verbs. Infinitive Present Past Past participle French, 1 To be am are is was were been tre. 2 To beat beat s beat beat battre, 3 To become become s became become devenir. 4 To begin begin s began begun commencer, 5 To bite bite s bit bitten mordre. 6 To bleed bleed s bled bled saigner, 7 To blow blow s blew blown souffler.
8 To break break s broke broken briser, 9 To bring bring s brought brought apporter. 10 To build build s built built b tir, 11 To burn burn s burned burnt ed br ler. 12 To burst burst s burst burst clater, 13 To buy buy s bought bought acheter. 14 To catch catch es caught caught attraper, 15 To choose choose s chose chosen choisir. 16 To come come s came come venir, 17 To cost cost s cost cost co ter.
18 To creep creep s crept crept ramper, 19 To cut cut s cut cut couper. 20 To dig dig s dug dug creuser, 21 To do do es did done faire. 22 To draw draw s drew drawn dessiner, 23 To drink drink s drank drunk boire. 24 To drive drive s drove driven conduire, 25 To eat eat s ate eaten manger. 26 To fall fall s fell fallen tomber, 27 To feed feed s fed fed nourrir.
28 To feel feel s felt felt se sentir, 29 To fight fight s fought fought se battre. 30 To find find s found found trouver, 31 To fly fly ies flew flown voler. 32 To forbid forbid s forbade forbidden interdire, Infinitive Present Past Past participle French. 33 To forget forget s forgot forgotten oublier, 34 To forgive forgive s forgave forgiven pardonner. 35 To freeze freeze s froze frozen geler, 36 To get get s got got ten obtenir.
37 To give give s gave given donner, 38 To go go es went gone aller. 39 To grow grow s grew grown cro tre, 40 To hang hang s hung hung sus pendre. 41 To have have has had had avoir, 42 To hear hear s heard heard entendre. 43 To hide hide s hid hidden cacher, 44 To hit hit s hit hit frapper. 45 To hold hold s held held main tenir, 46 To hurt hurt s hurt hurt blesser.
47 To keep keep s kept kept garder, 48 To know know s knew known savoir conna tre. 49 To leave leave s left left quitter partir, 50 To lend lend s lent lent pr ter passer. 51 To let let s let let laisser, 52 To lose lose s lost lost perdre. 53 To make make s made made fabriquer, 54 To mean mean s meant meant vouloir dire. 55 To meet meet s met met rencontrer, 56 To pay pay s paid paid payer.
57 To put put s put put mettre, 58 To read read s read read lire. 59 To ride ride s rode ridden aller en, 60 To ring ring s rang rung sonner. 61 To rise rise s rose risen s lever, 62 To run run s ran run courir. 63 To say say s said said dire, 64 To see see s saw seen voir. 65 To seek seek s sought sought chercher, 66 To sell sell s sold sold vendre.
Infinitive Present Past Past participle French, 67 To send send s sent sent envoyer. 68 To set set s set set placer pr parer, 69 To sew sew s sewed sewn coudre. 70 To shake shake s shook shaken secouer, 71 To shine shine s shone shone briller. 72 To shoot shoot s shot shot tirer fusiller, 73 To show show s showed shown montrer. 74 To shrink shrink s shrank shrunk r tr cir, 75 To shut shut s shut shut fermer.
76 To sing sing s sang sung chanter, 77 To sink sink s sank sunk couler. 78 To sit sit s sat sat s asseoir, 79 To sleep sleep s slept slept dormir. 80 To slide slide s slid slid glisser, 81 To smell smell s smelt smelt sentir. 82 To speak speak s spoke spoken parler, 83 To spend spend s spent spent d penser. 84 To split split s split split diviser, 85 To stand stand s stood stood tre debout.
86 To steal steal s stole stolen d rober voler, 87 To stick stick s stuck stuck coller. 88 To sting sting s stung stung piquer, 89 To sweep sweep s swept swept balayer. 90 To swim swim s swam swum nager, 91 To take take s took taken prendre. 92 To teach teach es taught taught enseigner, 93 To tell tell s told told dire raconter. 94 To think think s thought thought penser, 95 To throw throw s threw thrown jeter lancer.
96 To understand understand s understood understood comprendre. 97 To wake wake s woke woken s veiller, 98 To wear wear s wore worn porter. 99 To win win s won won gagner, 100 To write write s wrote written crire. Prepositions, Une pr position est un mot plac devant un nom pour pr ciser un contexte. Sens et utilisations Exemples, peu pr s He s about 6 feet tall. About Environ It s about 2 o clock, Au sujet de We talked about you.
Autour de I ll walk around the block, Vers I ll meet you around 6 pm. heure ge We always eat at 5 30 pm, At au endroit ponctuel I ll wait at the bus stop. We ate at McDonald s, Par He went by this road, D ici avant I ll finish my homework by 5 pm. By au quantit They buy their meat by the pound, En transport We came by bus. Presqu c t de He lives by the sea, For Pour This gift is for you.
Pendant temps I waited for two hours, De du des I come from Quebec City. From Provenance This letter is from Sam, En dans dates In September 2001 two planes. In en dans lieu She s in hospital, au ville pays I live in St Jovite in Canada. Dans mouvement I saw a man going into your house, Into En changement Jesus turned water into wine. Translate into English, De du des possession The pen of Eric is blue.
Of En de mat riaux The house is made of wood, au d placement I go to school every day. au attribution He gave it to me, Jusqu They waited until he arrived. Until Avant temps I won t be ready until next week. A Complete the following sentences using an appropriate preposition. 1 I walked for two hours, 2 We ate St Hubert We were finished 8 o clock. 3 He slowly walked the door, 4 They were here noon. 5 The children ran the table, 6 The party is 5 pm to 8 pm.
7 We always shop Adrenaline, 8 This gift is me I bought it you. 9 Brian is hospital He ran a chair and broke his leg. 10 It should be completed the weekend, 11 This new t shirt is Samantha. 12 The show starts 8 pm, 13 Where do you come, 14 The name my mother is Diane. 15 I was born 1990, 16 She travels plane, 17 She turns her old jeans shorts. 18 She comes London, 19 They rented a cottage the cliff.
20 They lived France 10 years, 21 The car crashed the house. 22 I will not be able to finish next week, 23 This is the doll my sister. 24 She likes talking music, 25 Windows are made glass. 26 She was there three hours, 27 It happened me, 28 She will be here 5 minutes Wait her. 29 Nancy has to work 9 o clock, 30 They went Florida last year.
Plural of nouns, Terminaison Exemples, Noms r guliers S tree trees. pencil pencils, kiss kisses, Mots finissant box boxes. par SS CH SH ES ash ashes, X O and Z echo echoes, Tomato tomatoes. kimono kimonos, Mots trang s S photo photos, finissant par O sombrero sombreros. leaf leaves, knife knives, Mots finissant VES, wolf wolves.
par le son F, half halves, thief thieves, Mots finissant key keys. parY pr c d s S valley valleys, d une voyelle, Mots finissant study studies. IES lady ladies, parY pr c d s, d une consonne victory victories. child children, changent man men, compl tement woman women. irr guliers, mouse mice, Noms collectifs Ne changent pas Voir p 24.
A Write the plural of the following words, 1 wife 27 mouse. 2 tooth 28 tomato, 3 victory 29 potato, 4 salesman 30 copy. 5 echo 31 piano, 6 shoe 32 company, 7 sheep 33 boy. 8 purse 34 fly, 9 train 35 thief, 10 safe 36 donkey. 11 solo 37 meal, 12 sugar sugar 38 room, 13 class 39 concert.
14 cafeteria 40 fruit, 15 door 41 chief, 16 teacher 42 valley. 17 copybook 43 deer deer, 18 ox 44 information, 19 woman 45 cliff cliffs. 20 sister 46 house, 21 leaf 47 knowledge, 22 child 48 duck. 23 cat 49 vegetable, 24 face 50 garbage, 25 goose 51 die. 26 foot 52 hero, Simple Future, Simple Progressive Perfect Perfect.
Modes Progressive, Present Present Present Present. Past Past Past Past, Future Future Future Future, Conditional Conditional Conditional Conditional. Utilisation du simple future, Le simple future exprime. a Une d cision prise sur le fait, Ex I ll get it, I will repair your car tomorrow. b Une probabilit avec si pr sent pass, Ex If you behave you ll have a gift.
c Une pr diction, Ex It will rain tomorrow, I think they will be absent. d Une action future certaine Verb to be going to, Ex I m going to go to Montr al this weekend. You are going to eat at 5 o clock tonight, She is not going to call you tomorrow. N B Le simple future se traduit g n ralement par le futur simple de l indicatif ou le. futur proche, Futur indicatif J irai Montr al, Futur proche Je vais aller Montr al. Subject Will Verb infinitive Object, Contraction, You You ll work tomorrow.
Affirmations, She She ll will be present, We We ll go to Montreal. You You ll, They They ll, Subject Will Not Verb infinitive Object. Contraction, work tomorrow, Negations I, You will won t not be present. They go to Montreal, Auxiliary Subject Verb infinitive Object. Yes no they work tomorrow, Will you be present, he go to Montreal.
Question Auxiliary Subject Verb Object, word infinitive. Information work, questions Where will you go tomorrow. Mots cl s Tomorrow next in, A Conjugate the verbs in the simple future using the subject in brackets. 1 To play I, 2 To go you, 3 To sleep he, 4 To wait she. 5 To pull we, 6 To verify you, 8 To stay she, 9 To ask you.
10 To laugh they, 11 To write you, 12 To push we, 13 To cough I. 14 To water they, 15 To cry he, 16 To swim it, 17 To travel you. 18 To work she, 19 To display you, 20 To whistle I. B Conjugate the verbs in the simple future, 1 If you study you to have good marks. 2 I think Peter to win the race, 3 They don t think they to stay home.
4 When Sarah to go to the party, 5 If we arrive too late we to miss the show. 6 Finally I don t think I to buy this dress, 7 I to try to help you. 8 it to be sunny tomorrow, 9 Jamie to like your brother. 10 When you to go to Mexico, 11 If you walk under the ladder you to get hurt. 12 I to do the laundry tomorrow, 13 She to go out with us next week.
14 Christine to be negation alone, 15 Where you to go tomorrow. 16 We to go negation to cinema, 17 How you to get there. 18 If you don t study you to have negation good marks. 19 I to be 13 years old next year, 20 She to sing at the show. C Translate the following sentences into French or English. 1 Je vais dormir, 2 Pourquoi dormira t il, 3 Pourquoi est ce qu il dormira. 4 She ll come, 5 Will you talk, 6 Tu ne viendras pas.
7 Nous quitterons, 8 You won t study, 9 Will we talk. 10 Conduiront elles, 11 Est ce qu elles partiront, 12 Il ne dormira pas le chien. 13 She is going to study, 14 Vous ne mangerez pas, 15 Quitteront elles. 16 Will they be at school, 17 Elle ne cuisinera pas. 18 Where will she skate, 19 Ils ne vont pas dormir.
20 Will he cook, 21 Vous tudierez, 22 J aurai 13 ans. 23 Elles ne boiront pas, 24 We won t go to cinema, 25 She will drink. 26 Je vais aller Vancouver, 27 Will you paint your house. 28 Si tu cours tu vas tomber, 29 Will they be present. 30 Nous tudirons, 31 Je ne vendrai pas ma bicyclette.
32 Why will you be absent, 33 It will be sunny tomorrow. 34 Il n ira pas Montr al, 35 She won t drive, 36 O irons nous demain. 37 Ils ne mangeront pas ici, 38 Je vais jouer au football. 39 If you sleep you ll miss the bus, 40 Je vais passer mon anglais. Regular Verbs Infinitive Present Past Past participle French 1 To add add s added added additionner 2 To ask ask s asked asked demander 3 To boil boil s boiled boiled bouillir 4 To burn burn s burned burned br ler 5 To change change s changed changed changer 6 To close close s closed closed fermer 7 To count count s counted counted compter 8 To cross cross es crossed crossed traverser

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