Pages Grammaire

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Voici les temps anglais pour le verbe régulier travailler. Il n’y a pas d’explications, simplement les équivalents approximatifs en français.

present

present simple: vous travaillez

affirmation négation interrogation
you work you don’t work do you work?

Plus d’information sur ce temps

present progressive: vous êtes en train de travailler

affirmation négation interrogation
you are working you aren’t working are you working?

Plus d’information sur ce temps

present perfect: vous travaillez ici depuis…

affirmation négation interrogation
You have worked here since you haven’t worked here since have you worked here since?

Plus d’information sur ce temps

present perfect progressive: vous travaillez ici depuis…

affirmation négation interrogation
You’ve been working here since you haven’t been working here since have you been working here since?

Plus d’information sur ce temps

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past

past simple : vous avez travaillé

affirmation négation interrogation
you worked you didn’t work did you work?

Plus d’information sur ce temps

past progressive: vous travailliez ou vous étiez en train de travailler

affirmation négation interrogation
you were working you weren’t working were you working?

Plus d’information sur ce temps

past perfect: vous aviez travaillé

affirmation négation interrogation
you had worked you hadn’t worked had you worked?

Plus d’information sur ce temps

past perfect progressive: vous aviez travaillé

affirmation négation interrogation
you had been working you hadn’t been working had you been working?

past “used to” autrefois, vous travailliez (mais vous ne travaillez plus)

affirmation négation interrogation
you used to work you didn’t use to work did you use to work?

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future

future simple: vous travaillerez

affirmation négation interrogation
you will work you won’t work will you work?

Plus d’information sur ce temps

future (going to) something sure: vous allez travailler

affirmation négation interrogation
you are going to work you’re not going to work are you going to work?

future perfect: vous aurez travaillé

affirmation négation interrogation
you will have worked you won’t have worked will you have worked?

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conditional

conditional (1): s’il travaille, vous travaillerez

affirmation négation interrogation
if he works, you will work if he doesn’t work, you won’t… if he works, will you work?

conditional (2): s’il travaillait, vous travailleriez

affirmation négation interrogation
if he worked you would work If he didn’t work, you wouldn’t work if he worked, would you work?

past conditional (3): S’il avait travaillé, vous auriez travaillé

affirmation négation interrogation
If he had worked, you would have worked If he hadn’t worked you wouldn’t have worked if he had worked, would you have worked?

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122 thoughts on “Pages Grammaire

  1. ERICK

    I’m very happy for you lesson, I want to perfect my english with you thank a lot

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  3. Koudorou Abraham

    Thanks for your great job, i would suggest you also add answers to the questions to conversation.

  4. Aimé charles

    Xlt je suis vraiment éblouis par ce site j’apprend vraiment beaucoup merci professeur et à tte l’équipe!!!

  5. HAMMA

    thank you very much teacher,
    could you please clarify for me the following point,
    when sould we use the present perfect continuous,and when sould we use the present perfect sample,
    the same question about the past perfect sample and the past perfect continuous
    thanks in advance

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