French headaches and difficulties – Les casse-têtes
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French Verbs Difficulties
SENTIR – RESSENTIR – SE SENTIR – TO FEEL
The verbs SENTIR – SE SENTIR – and TO FEEL are often intertwined. How are SENTIR, SE SENTIR, SE SENTIR and TO FEEL used in a French sentence ?
I have to, must, need to, should, I’m supposed to, I ought to, I should have, I owe… What a mess! Let’s first try to disentangle this ‘DEVOIR verb’ with these examples in context, this explanation and a quiz. DEVOIR, FALLOIR, POUVOIR, SAVOIR, AVOIR BESOIN DE, VOULOIR, to OWE, to have to, need to, must, SHOULD, HAVE TO, WOULD had better need not
Concordance Des Temps
La concordance des temps – When 2 actions are in the same sentence, the verbs have to balance one another. How does the sequence of tenses work in French?