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    > Other French exercises on the same topic: Conditional and hypothesis [Change theme]
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    Conditionnel présent ou futur?


    Conditionnel présent ou futur?



    French exercise "Conditionnel présent ou futur?" created by anonyme with The test builder
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    1. J' avoir beaucoup d'amis.
    2. J voir ma grand-mère demain.
    3. Je bien avoir un enfant.
    4. Quand je grande, j'irai dans une boîte de nuit.
    5. Je être actrice mais je ne suis qu'au stade des castings.
    6. Si j'étais toi, j' les ennuis?
    7. J' cette voiture toute ma vie.
    8. J' des photos sur mon site internet la semaine prochaine.
    9. Je cette affaire rapidement, j'ai une preuve irréfutable!
    10. Si j'en avais le temps,je regarder le ciel pendant des heures sans jamais m'arrêter.








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