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Plus tard - Bigflo & Oli Interactive Reader B1
Did you ever have one of those funny superstitions when you were little? Reminisce with this melancholy song about childhood (and adulthood) by French hip-hop duo Bigflo & Oli composed of two brothers
L'Imparfait (Indicatif)Le Présent (Indicatif)AdverbeVerbe irrégulierComparatif
It's never too late... Dictation practice B2
Betty's life-long French dream is finally about to come true.
AdjectifAdjectif indéfiniAdjectif possessifAdverbeArticleArticle définiConjonction de subordinationDeuxième personneÉlisionForme négativeGenreGenre fémininGenre masculinL'Imparfait (Indicatif)Le Conditionnel PasséLe Conditionnel PrésentLe Futur Simple (Indicatif)Le Passé Composé (Indicatif)Le Présent (Indicatif)Participe passéParticipe présent / GérondifPlurielPremière personnePrépositionPronom adverbialPronom d'objet directPronom d'objet indirectPronom indéfiniPronom relatifPropositionTroisième personneVerbe irrégulierVerbes avec -DREVerbes réguliers avec -ERVerbes réguliers avec -IR
late Vocab A0
later Vocab A0
He left late. Language example A2
In French, when a verb is conjugated in a compound tense, adverbs take a specific position. The position of adverbs with compound tenses in French Look at these sentences:
You came home late. Language example A2
In [kwiziq_link type="lexical_feature" id=44] or conversational past, most verbs use avoir as their
You're meeting us later. Language example A2
Among -DRE verbs, there is a group that behaves irregularly in Le Présent, but which follows the same pattern: the verb
I'll meet him/her there later. Language example B2
In French, some sentences can contain two object pronouns: - a direct object pronoun (See [competency id="709"] and [competency id="705"]) and -
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