Yo forms of venir
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Je portai, tu portas, il porta, nous portâmes, vous portâtes, ils portèrent. The regions of France Beyond Paris, a guide to the French regions and their tourist attractions. Lisha A1 Kwiziq community member. Brianmac B1 Kwiziq community member. Alison asked: View original. Carolyne A1 Kwiziq community member. Whats indicatif in simple English? Cécile Kwiziq team member Correct answer.
I have tried to simplify as much as possible. Hope this helps! Carolyne asked: View original. Thekla A1 Kwiziq community member. Thekla asked: View jumbo karides ızgara nasıl yapılır. Sara A1 Kwiziq community member. Comfused as a newbe. Like 0 Answer 2. Like 1 1 year ago. Sara asked: View original. Ashwini A0 Kwiziq community member.
Should et be used instead of en? In the sentence below, it is indicating taller and taller. Why is en used -- plus en plus? Should it be plus et plus? Asked 2 years ago. Like 1 Answer 1. This is an invariable phrase structure in French which is used for English phrases like: bigger and bigger, better and better, more and more, etc. I hope this is useful. Like 0 2 years ago. Ashwini asked: View original. Jim A1 Kwiziq community member. Isn't this wrong? Shouldn't be "I am coming to see Martine.
I've just seen Martine. Aurélie Kwiziq team member. Bonjour Jim! No, this sentence is correct here. À bientôt!
Like 2 2 years ago. Jim asked: View original. Marilyn C1 Kwiziq community member. Bonjour Marilyn! Bonne Année! Like 1 2 years ago. Marilyn asked: View original. Gary A2 Kwiziq community member. Viennent ils viennent is pronounced the same as viens and vient? Ignore the " ent " ending? Bonjour Gary! No, "viennent" is pronounced [V-N] because of the double "n". Thanks to your question, I've now added audio examples to this lesson, so you can listen to the difference yourself : I hope that's helpful!
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Like 2 Answer 1. Laura Kwiziq team member. In the present tense, yes.
In the compound tenses, some verbs ending in -enir use avoir as the auxiliary while others use être. Like 3 3 years ago. Susan asked: View original. Lyn A2 Kwiziq community member. Like 1 Answer 2.
Bonjour Lyn, There isn't one perfect tense - "perfect" describes several tenses: present perfect, past perfect, future perfect, etc. Grammatically, it means "complete" in contrast to the imperfect which is incomplete.