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For irregular verbs and verbs with spelling changes, you simply add conditional endings to the stems  used for the future. acheter:  nous achèterions (xxx)  aller:  j'irais (xxx)  appeler:  vous appelleriez (xxx)  avoir:  tu aurais (xxx)  devoir:  il devrait (xxx)  envoyer:  j'enverrais (xxx)  essayer:  j'essaierais or j'essayerai (xxx)  être:  nous serions (xxx)  faire:  vous feriez (xxx)  jeter:  elle jetterait (xxx)  pouvoir:  ils pourraient (xxx)  recevoir:  je recevrais (xxx)  savoir:  on saurait (xxx)  venir:  nous viendrions (xxx)  voir:  vous verriez (xxx)  vouloir:  ils voudraient (xxx)  Irregularities in the future and conditional also occur in related verbs: nous mettrions  (we would put);  nous permettrions  (we would permit) 
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Unformatted text preview: • j'enverrais (I would send); je renverrais (I would send back) Negating in the conditional To negate a sentence in the conditional, simply put ne and the negative word around the conjugated verb: • Elle ne rirait pas . (She wouldn't laugh.) • Je ne pleurerais pas . (I wouldn't cry.) Remember that pronouns remain before the conjugated verb: Il ne vous punirait pas . (He wouldn't punish you.) 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: • Voudriez-vous aller en France? (Would you like to go to France?) • J'aimerais partir . (I would like to leave .)...
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This note was uploaded on 11/09/2011 for the course FR 101 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at Texas State.

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