Giáo trình động từ tiếng Pháp - Part IV Looking Ahead: The Future and the Conditional Tenses - Chapter 15

Looking Ahead: The Future and the Conditional Tenses - Phần này cho bạn thấy làm thế nào để hình thành thì tương lai, do đó bạn có thể thể hiện bất cứ điều gì bạn có thể tưởng tượng trong tương lai. Ngoài ra để hình thành thì tương lai, tôi cũng cho bạn thấy làm thế nào để sử dụng nó trong tiếng Pháp, đó là quan trọng bởi vì bạn sử dụng thì tương lai một chút khác nhau bằng tiếng Pháp hơn tiếng Anh một số từ ngữ dưới đây. . | Part IV Looking Ahead The Future and the Conditional Tenses The 5th Wave By Rich Tennant I -bold him -bo study some Trench verbs betore ovr trip io Taris and he s been sitting in the garden ever since. In this part. fter a long winter do you look forward to spring After an exhausting week at work do you look forward to the weekend If so you re not alone. But how do you look forward to things like your weekend your vacation or to a celebration With the future tense of course. This part shows you how to form the future tense so you can express anything you can imagine in the future. In addition to forming the future tense I also show you how to use it in French which is important because you use the future tense a bit differently in French than in English following certain expressions. I also explain the future perfect tense which you use when you want to state that one future action has to happen before another future action can occur or that you will have to finish something by a certain time. In addition to the future and future perfect I show you how to form and use the conditional and past conditional tenses. You can order anything you want to eat or drink in a French restaurant with the conditional tense and show your good manners at the same time. Chapter 15 Moving Forward with the Future Tense Jn This Chapter Forming the regular and irregular forms of the future tense Knowing the differences between the future tense in English and in French Expressing yourself in the future tense 1. magine you re sitting in a café with your best friend and she asks whether you ve ever been to Bora Bora. What a coincidence. You ve never been there but you re planning on going next month. Do you know which verb tense you use to describe your trip next month In order to describe your trip to Bora Bora next month you use the future tense. With this tense you can describe events that will occur either at a specific time or an unspecified time in the future. In this chapter you can