French Verbs Are Accessible

Conditional Tense-

Exercises to the Conditional Tense, Part 2:
Irregular Verbs-

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Exercise 1:-

Listen to the following verbs read by your screen reader. Then, conjugate them in the conditional tense in the persons indicated. Be sure to write the subject pronoun for each verb and include the accents where necessary.

Note on special characters and accents: If your computer does not have a numeric key pad, copy the characters you need from the character map, which is typically accessed from the system tools under accessories.

  1. revenir (ils -- pluriel)-
  2. avoir (vous)-
  3. aller (elle)-
  4. voir (tu)-
  5. vouloir (nous)-
  6. faire (je)-
  7. pouvoir (nous)-
  8. recevoir (je)-
  9. envoyer (il)-
  10. savoir (elle)-
  11. devoir (tu)-
  12. venir (je)-
  13. être (elles -- pluriel)-
  14. voir (ils -- pluriel)-
  15. faire (vous)-

Exercise 2: -

Ecrivez les verbes entre parenthèses au conditionnel.

1. Si j'avais beaucoup d'argent, je (aller) en Europe pendant les vacances.

2. Nous (devoir) finir nos devoirs avant de sortir avec nos amis.

3. Si vous partiez la semaine prochaine, quand est-ce que vous (revenir) aux Etats-Unis?

4. Est-ce que tu (vouloir) dîner chez nous samedi?

5. Est-ce que vos amis (savoir) parler français, s'ils passaient huit jours à Paris?