Au Fait – En fait – En effet
In this post, “Au Fait – En fait – En effet”, you will learn how to use these French expressions. These expressions are very common to use when you talk to another person, they sound almost the same when you pronounce them and you can get confused. In the video Pierre et Noemi will help you to clear all your doubts. Doing these types of exercises is a great way to improve your grammar and also improve your French vocabulary. Enjoy the practice!
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|tu auras||tu seras|
|il/elle/on aura||il/elle/on sera|
|nous aurons||nous serons|
|vous aurez||vous serez|
|ils/elles auront||ils/elles seront|
The past participle of regular verbs is formed according to the infinitive verb ending: -er, -ir, -re. If the infinitive ends in -er, the past participle ends in -é. If the infinitive ends in -ir, the past participle ends in -i If the infinitive ends in -re, the past participle ends in -u. vendre – vendu finir – fini aimer – aiméThe participe passé in French can agree in gender and number with the subject or direct object of the sentence the situations in which this concordance is established are the following the participle of the verbs that are conjugated with the auxiliary être agree in gender and number with the subject.