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French Learning Video Blog, Feb 3rd, Passé Composé & Imparfait

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Free French lesson that teaches the difference between the two past tenses in French: difference between the passé composé and the imparfait.

PASSÉ COMPOSÉ WITH ÊTRE

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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

PASSÉ COMPOSÉ WITH AVOIR

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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

FRENCH PAST PARTICIPLES

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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

Difference between Passé Composé and Imparfait

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PASSÉ COMPOSÉ & IMPARFAIT Learn when to use the Passé Composé & the Imparfait in French For those of you just starting to learn French, “Passé Composé” and “Imparfait” may still sound like pretty names of birds or of cute