French Verbs Are Accessible

Present Subjunctive-

Quiz on the Present Subjunctive, Part 3:
The Subjunctive after Certain Conjunctions and in Relative Clauses-

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Complete the following sentences with the verbs in parentheses. Be sure to include the accents where necessary.

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(faire) beau.

(savoir) parler russe?

(aller) en Europe pendant les vacances, ils ne voyageront pas en Belgique.

(pouvoir) t'aider à faire tes devoirs?


(savoir) réparer ta voiture.

(pleuvoir) pas à verse.

(réussir) à l'examen.


(être) intéressant.