Month: July 2016

Conditional Mood (French)

Conditional Mood (Le conditionnel)
Subjunctive: express desires, doubts, the unknown, the abstract, and emotions
Indicative: express actions, events, and states that are believed to be true and concrete
Conditional: describe events that are not guaranteed to occur; often they are dependent on certain conditions

Si clauses, also known as conditionals or conditional sentences, are if-then constructions that express a condition to be met in order for a certain result.
They are divided into three types, depending on whether the condition is
unlikely, or

The Si (If) Clause
The conditional in intentional expressions

The Essential Guide to the French Conditional Tense

Conditional Sentences

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Imperfect Tense (French)

The Imperfect Tense in French
One of Seven Simple French Verb Tenses

Expresses past action as a process, a flow:P it examines action from the point of view of its duration, its extension in time
Verbs in the imperfect answer the questions “What was going on at the time? What were things like?”

Verb Tenses refer to various times (present, past, future)
Verb Moods correspond to different functions (indicative, infinitive, imperative)
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