CONJUGATE FRENCH VERB “ALLER”

CONJUGATE FRENCH VERB “ALLER”

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Added by October 19, 2013

HOW TO CONJUGATE FRENCH VERB “ALLER”

LEARN FRENCH VERB “ALLER” IN THE PRESENT

Watch this French video lesson and learn how to conjugate the verb Aller in the present tense. Then you can practice what you’ve learned using the exercise sheet below.

EXERCISES ON FRENCH VERB “ALLER” (free pdf)

TRANSCRIPT OF FRENCH LESSON ON “ALLER” IN THE PRESENT TENSE

Conjugaison du verbe “Aller”, au présent

JE VAIS

TU VAS

IL/ELLE/ON VA

NOUS ALLONS

VOUS ALLEZ

ILS/ELLES VONT

Notice that when you add another verb in the infinitive form, right after your verb aller in the present tense, you end up with an immediate future, un future proche. Let me give you an example. If I say,

“Je vais manger” What do I mean? “I’m going to eat.”

So it’s kind of similar to the English language. You conjugate the verb to go, in the present tense, and you add another verb in the infinitive form to say what it is that you’re going to do.

On va partir, tu vas chanter, Ils vont danser. ETC.

Allez, une petite illustration…

SCENE

Lili: Tu vas où Soso?

Soso: Je vais au restaurant?

Lili: Qu’est-ce que tu vas faire?

Soso: A ton avis? Je vais boire toute l’eau du robinet.

Lili: Coucou, vous allez où comme ca?

Jacques: On va au resto

Louloute: Il va au resto.

Jacques: Toi, tu vas m’énerver.

Lili: Bon, nous on va y aller.

Soso: Oui, vite, on va rater le film!

Louloute: Oh, vous allez au cinoche, génial!

Jacques: Ben vas-y! Et moi alors?

Louloute: Ben viens.

Soso and Lili look at each other not knowing what to do.

Jacques: D’accord.

Soso: Ok, on va tous au ciné.

Lili: Super.

Jacques: On va voir un film français.

Louloute: Non, américain!

Jacques: Ah non!

Louloute: Ah si!

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