Tutorial of everything in connection with the verb.

Conjugation – Indicatif Présent

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Conjugation – Indicatif – Compound Past (Passé composé)

Avoir or être is conjugated in the present tense, and the past participle (participe passé) of the main verb comes after:   avoir / être            +          participe passé     conjugated in the present tense Avoir is used with the verbs that can have a direct object (e.g. acheter (quelque chose) – buy (something); voir (quelque [...]

Indicative future – Le futur simple de l’indicatif

Indicative Future in French To express future time there are several constructions both in English and in French. We are having a party tomorrow, we are going to have a party tomorrow and we will have a party tomorrow all express future time. Indicative future is one of the most used way to express future [...]