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    Learn French > French lessons and exercises > French test #48483
    > Other French exercises on the same topics: Beginners | Past [Change theme]
    > Similar tests: - Simple Past - Imperfect indicative. - Passé composé - Past tense - Present perfect - French past tense - Passé simple ou imparfait - The Compound Past
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    FLE - L'imparfait - savoir l'utiliser


    L'imparfait - quand l'utiliser ?

     

     

    Tous les verbes prennent les mêmes terminaisons 

    singulier : ais, ais, ait,

    pluriel : ions, iez, aient

     

    Exemple :

     

    parler (1er groupe)

    singulier

    pluriel

    1ère personne

    Je parlais

    Nous parlions

    2ème personne

    Tu parlais

    Vous parliez

    3ème personne

    Il, elle, on parlait

    Ils, elles parlaient





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    1. Hier, mon grand-frère (laver) le linge.

    2. La semaine passée, papa (ranger) le garage.

    3. Samedi dernier, je (faire) la cuisine.

    4. Vous (passer) l'aspirateur.

    5. Tu (repasser) le linge.

    6. Elles (épousseter) les meubles.









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