CONJUGAISON DU VERBE “DESCENDRE” (Conjugation of the verb “To Go Down/To Get Off”)

CONJUGAISON DU VERBE “DESCENDRE” (Conjugation of the verb “To Go Down/To Get Off”)

Like This Video 0 4368 admin
Added by October 19, 2013

HOW TO CONJUGATE “DESCENDRE”

Learn French verb “Descendre” in the present

Watch this fun video to learn how to conjugate French verb “Descendre” in the present tense and practice what you’ve learned using the exercise sheet below. Includes lots of familiar expressions with the verb “descendre”.

EXERCISES ON FRENCH VERB DESCENDRE (free pdf)

TRANSCRIPT OF FRENCH LESSON ON FRENCH VERB “DESCENDRE” (PRESENT)

Soso: Bonjour! Time to learn the verb ‘descendre’, to go down. We use it a lot in French when we ask for or give directions, or to get off a train, a bus… So it’s a pretty useful word when traveling in France. Let’s go right to it!

Soso/Ninou

Je descends

Tu descends

Il/elle/on descend

Nous descendons

Vous descendez

Ils/Elles descendent

LILI / SOSO / LOULOUTE

Je descends la belle avenue

Je descends la rue sombre

Je descends de l’arbre

LILI / SOSO / LOULOUTE

Tu descends dans le jardin

Tu descends à la cave

Tu descends, ou quoi?

LILI / SOSO / LOULOUTE

Il descend de sa petite voiture

Elle descend de sa grosse moto

On descend, c’est tout!

LILI / SOSO / LOULOUTE

Nous descendons en chantant

Nous descendons en courant

Nous descendons en crapahutant

LILI / SOSO / LOULOUTE

Vous descendez prendre un verre

Vous descendez boire un coup

Vous descendez vous bourrer la gueule

LILI / SOSO / LOULOUTE

Elles descendent avec des fleurs

Ils descendent avec confiance

Elles descendent comme des folles

Similar Videos

PASSÉ COMPOSÉ WITH ÊTRE

1 17672 1

As seen in a previous blog, the PASSÉ COMPOSÉ (or compound past) is the most common past tense used to mention events that took place in the past.  In most cases, verbs conjugated in the passé composé are going to follow this

FRENCH PAST PARTICIPLES

0 5261 0

THE FRENCH PAST PARTICIPLE HOW TO FORM THE PAST PARTICIPLE OF A FRENCH VERB What is the past participle of a verb? In English, it is the “-ed” form of a verb (he has walked/talked/written etc.). In French, it takes

PASSÉ COMPOSÉ WITH AVOIR

0 5627 0

THE PASSÉ COMPOSÉ WITH AVOIR HOW TO CONJUGATE “LE PASSÉ COMPOSÉ W/ AVOIR” The PASSÉ COMPOSÉ (or compound past) is the most common past tense used to mention events that took place in the past (narrative mode for those of

No Comments

No Comments Yet!

No Comments Yet!

But You can be first one to write one

Only registered users can comment.