What tense is I went in French?
je suis allé(e)- I went.
What tense is je vais aller?
You need: The present tense of the verb aller + the infinitive of the main verb….How to form the immediate future.
|Subject pronoun||Aller = to go||English|
|tu||vas||You’re going (informal)|
|il/elle/on||va||He is going/She is going/We are going|
|nous||allons||We are going|
What goes after Je vais?
The Present Tense of Aller
|Je vais||I go||We go|
|Tu vas||You go||You go|
|Il va||He goes||They go|
|Elle va||She goes||They go|
What tense is J Irais?
French Verb Conjugations
|je / j’||vais||irais|
How do you Say I’m going in French?
1 J’y vais. = I’m going. 2 Allons-y. = Let’s go. 3 On y va? = Shall we go? 4 Aller en voiture = To go by car 5 Ça va? Comment allez-vous? Comment vas-tu? = How are you? 6 S’en aller = to go away 7 Aller chercher = to go get, to get, to fetch
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In French, since these people are feminine, when you describe them, the adjectives must also be feminine! Did you know that in French, objects can also be feminine?
Are French nouns ending ine and iQue feminine?
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Do you know the gender of French nouns?
You all know that in French, even inanimate objects are feminine or masculine. But did you know some endings can tell you the gender of French nouns? In this blog post, I’ll go over the feminine endings. Quick summary: most French words ending in E, a vowel + a double consonant, or ssion or tion are feminine.