LG French - pouvoir, vouloir, aller, venir - present tense

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Make sure you've completed the verb grids on p.7 of your workbooks, suing pp.144-5 in your textbooks to help you. Quick test on Monday! Don't forget that the present tense in French can be translated in one of three ways in English! For example, "je vais" can mean... 1. I go, or 2. I am going, or 3. I do go. The context will dictate which the appropriate version will be.

je peux

I can

tu peux

you (sing.) can

il peut

he can

elle peut

she can

nous pouvons

we can

vous pouvez

you (pl.) can

ils peuvent

they (m) can

elles peuvent

they (f) can

je veux

I want

tu veux

you (sing.) want

il veut

he wants

elle veut

she wants

nous voulons

we want

vous voulez

you (pl.) want

ils veulent

they (m) want

elles veulent

they (f) want

je vais

I go

tu vas

you (sing.) go

il va

he goes

elle va

she goes

nous allons

we go

vous allez

you (pl.) go

ils vont

they (m) go

elles vont

they (f) go

je viens

I come

tu viens

you (sing.) come

il vient

he comes

elle vient

she comes

nous venons

we come

vous venez

you (pl.) come

ils viennent

they (m) come

elles viennent

they (f) come

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