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Perfect Tense By:
Scott (the weirdo) Barnett
&
Harry (the giant)Sayer he Perfect
tense is one way of saying
Regular past tense. An example is... Manger (to eat) Or Boire (to drink) To make the Perfect Tense, you need 3 parts.... 1, the Personal Pronoun 2, The auxiliary verb 3, Past participle The Personal Pronoun is the part referring to a person. E.g:
Je
Tu
Il/Elle/On
Nous
Vous The auxiliary verb is the word in-between the Personal pronoun and the past participle.
E.g:
ai
nai
avons The Past Participle is the doing word.
E.g.
Mangé
Bu To convert a positive perfect tense to the negative perfect tense,you need to put an n in-between the personal pronoun and the auxiliary verb, and put 'pas' in after the auxiliary verb.
E.g.
Il a jouer au squash. Il na pas jouer au squash for -er verbs remove -er and add -é to change the past participle verbs... E.g jouer joué for -ir verbs remove -ir and add -i for -re verbs remove -re and add -u Thanks for watching a prezi by... BYE BYE!!!!!!!!
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