Y8presentpast (1)

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Le présent et le passé composé Present tense and perfect tense
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Normalement, je nage. Hier, j’ai nagé.
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Normalement, je danse Hier, j’ai dansé
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Normalement, je parle  français. Hier, j’ai parlé français.
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Normalement, je joue au  foot. Hier, j’ai joué au foot.
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Normalement, j’écoute de la  musique. Hier, j’ai écouté de la  musique.
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Normalement, je mange des  frites. Hier, j’ai mangé des frites
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Normalement, je visite un  château. Hier, j’ai visité un château.
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Le passé composé The perfect tense In French, when you want to talk about an action that  happened at a specific time in the past, you use the  perfect tense. How to form the 1 st person of most verbs ending in –er in the infinitive: e.g. JOUER: to play  ÉCOUTER: to listen Present tense:  je  jou e  Present: j’ écout e Perfect tense:  j’ai  jou é  Perfect:  j’ai  écout é Je/j’
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