Go – Aller


retour aux verbes irréguliers

Infinitive: to go
Present Participle: going
Past Simple: went
Past Participle: gone/been*

Present
Present Simple I go
You go
He/She/It goes
We go
They go
Present Continuous I am going
You are going
He/She/It is going
We are going
They are going
Present Perfect I have gone/been
You have gone/been
He/She/It has gone/been
We have gone/been
They have gone/been
Past
Past Simple I went
You went
He/She/It went
We went
They went
Past Continuous I was going
You were going
He/She/It was going
We were going
They were going
Past Perfect I had gone/been
You had gone/been
He/She/It had gone/been
We had gone/been
They had gone/been
Future
Future Simple I will go
You will go
He/She/It will go
We will go
They will go
Future Continuous I will be going
You will be going
He/She/It will be going
We will be going
They will be going
Future Perfect I will have gone/been
You will have gone/been
He/She/It will have gone/been
We will have gone/been
They will have gone/been
Conditional
First Same as Future Simple
Second I would go
You would go
He/She/It would go
We would go
They would go
Third I would have gone/been
You would have gone/been
He/She/It would have gone/been
We would have gone/been
They would have gone/been

Useful language:

go + “ing” verb:
go swimming – faire de la natation
go skiing – faire du ski
go running – courir/faire du footing/jogging

go shopping – faire des courses

go + “for” + noun:

go for a drink : (sortir) prendre un verre
go for a walk : se promener
go for a swim : se baigner

gone/been

On peut dire que “gone” est un aller-simple:
He has gone to Spain : il est parti en Espagne (il y est encore)

“been” est donc un aller-retour:
He has been to Spain : il est allé en Espagne (il en est revenu)

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