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The French Present Conditional.

-Flip Class (Revision)
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Zainab Ashraf

on 2 February 2013

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Conditionals with Third Group Verb ('RE' Verbs) The French conditional mood is very similar to the English conditional mood. It describes events that are not guaranteed to occur; often they are dependent on certain conditions. While the French conditional mood has a full set of conjugations, the English equivalent is just the modal verb "would" + main verb".
The French conditional is mainly used in if ... then, to express what would happen if a condition were met.
Example: -> Il mangerait s'il avait faim.
=He would eat if he were hungry. What is the Present Conditionnel? To form the present conditionel in french, all one should remember is the future stems in french along with the Imparfait endings.
REMEMBER: The Imparfait Endings.
-> Je = ais
-> Tu = ais
-> Il/Elle = ait
-> Nous = ions
-> Vous = iez
-> Ils/Elles = aient How do we form the
Present Conditional? Conditionals in the 1st Group Verbs ('ER' Verbs) Conditionals in the 2nd
Group ('IR' Verbs) Present Conditional “Partir” (to leave, or to go)

Futur Form -> Conditional Form
Je partirai -> Je Partirais
Tu partiras -> Tu Partirais
Il/Elle partira -> Il/Elle Partirait
Nous partirons -> Nous Partirions
Vous partirez -> Vous Partiriez
Ils/Elles partiront -> Ils/Elles Partiraient Futur Form -Zainab Ashraf The Present Conditionel Present Conditional “Parler” (to speak)
Futur Form -> Conditional Form
Je Parlerai -> Je Parlerais
Tu Parleras -> Tu Parlerais
Il/Elle Parlera -> Il/Elle Parlerait
Nous Parlerons -> Nous Parlerions
Vous Parlerez -> Vous Parleriez
Ils/Elles Parleront -> Ils/Elles Parleraient -> Conditionals
Je Prendrai -> Je Prendrais
Tu Prendras -> Tu Prendrais
Il/Elle Prendra -> Il/Elle Prendrait
Nous Prendrons -> Nous Prendrions
Vous Prendrez -> Vous Prendriez
Ils/Elles Prendront -> Ils/Elles Prendraient Present Conditional - Partir (To leave) Irregular Verbs. For irregular verbs and verbs with spelling changes, you simply add conditional endings to the stems used for the future Aller -> Ir
Apercevoir -> Apercevr
Asseoir -> Assiér/assoir
Avoir -> Aur
Courir -> Courr
Devoir - Devr
Devenir -> Deviendr
Envoyer -> Enverr
Etre -> Ser
Faire -> Fer
Falloir -> Faudr Mourir -> mourr
Obtenir -> Obtiendr
Pleuvoir -> Pleuvr
Pouvoir -> Pourr
Recevoir -> Recevr
Savoir -> Saur
Tenir -> Tiendr
Valoir -> Vaudr
Venir -> Viendr
Voir -> Verr
Vouloir -> Voudr Negating in the conditional To negate a sentence in the conditional, simply put ne and the negative word around the conjugated verb: Je ne défendrais pas cet homme. (I wouldn't defend that man.)
Il ne ferait jamais ce travail. (He would never do that work.) -> -> Remember that pronouns remain before the conjugated verb: Elle ne le verrait plus. (She would never see him again.) -> Questions in the conditional To form a question using inversion, reverse the order of the subject pronoun and the verb, and join them with a hyphen: -> Visiterais-tu la Chine? (Would you visit China?) To negate an inverted question, put ne and the negative expression around the inverted form. -> Ne la consulterait-il pas? (Wouldn't he consult her?) N'y travailleriez-vous pas? (Wouldn't you work there?) -> Here is a a video to make you understand this topic better!
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