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    Learn French > French lessons and exercises > French test #51527
    > Other French exercises on the same topic: Find the correct tense [Change theme]
    > Similar tests: - Subjunctive present - The Present Indicative - Simple Past - The Present Imperative - French Simple future - Verb Être - Using 'si' in the sentences. - Indicative tenses
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    Passé composé,ou récent ou futur proche

    Employez le passé composé ou le passé récent (viens de + verbe) ou le futur proche (aller + verbe).

    French exercise "Passé composé,ou récent ou futur proche" created by anonyme with The test builder
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    1. Hier nous (répondre) à la question.
    2. Tu (appeler) le médecin dans l'après-midi ?
    3. La semaine passée, Élise (tomber) dans la cour.
    4. René (arriver) il y a deux minutes.
    5. Vous (partir) dans quelques secondes.
    6. Mes frères (visiter) Paris le week-end dernier.
    7. Ta copine (s'amuser) à la fête le mois passé.
    8. Je (manger) au restaurant ce soir.
    9. Silence Catherine!, le film (commencer) .
    10. Avant-hier Amélie et Chantal (aller) à la mer.

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