French Verbs – Tenses And Modes

French Verbs – Tenses and Modes

Tenses and modes – What’s up with that?

French verbs are rarely used in their infinitive form – to be, to have… They are conjugated according to the subject, they carry a tense – did you know there are basically only 3 tenses? They have an angle, the mode – I like, I would like. If you have a French grammar at your bed side, you’ll notice that French verbs are separated into 3 groups, meant to help you with conjugations. Does it?

And there’s also its voice, its form and its aspect to take into consideration.

Let’s see that together.


If you’re swamped into grammar terms, if you want to study French Verbs, this course on French verbs is definitely for you.

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