Get the expert instruction you want and the practice you need with the conjugation of French verbs--with bonus online interactive exercises
French Verb Drills helps you overcome the obstacles of French verbs, so that you can confidently use verbs when expressing yourself in French. This book explains how the French verb system works, while providing numerous exercises for you to master each point covered.
- Clear explanations of conjugations followed by numerous exercises
- Free online exercises available at mhprofessional.com to assess your skills once you have completed the book
Topics include: Regular Verbs, Infinitive, Present indicative of regular -er verbs, Present indicative of regular -ir verbs and interrogative forms, Present indicative of regular -re verbs and negative form, The imperative, The present participle, The future, The conditional, The imperfect past review, Être and avoir (present, future, conditional, imperfect), The past participle, The passé compose; Être or avoir?, The passé simple, The present subjunctive, The past (or perfect) subjunctive and the pluperfect subjunctive, The imperfect subjunctive, Reflexive verbs review, -Cer verbs that change -c- into -ç-, -Ger verbs that add a mute -e-, Verbs with a mute -e- that changes into -è-, Verbs with an -é- that changes into -è-, Verbs ending in -yer that change -y- into -i-, Verbs ending in -eler or -eter that double the consonant , Être and avoir (all tenses), Compound tenses with avoir, Compound tenses with être, Passive voice, Irregular Verbs, Vouloir, pouvoir, savoir, Dormir, prendre, ouvrir, Aller, venir, voir, Faire, mettre, connaître, Impersonal verbs (falloir, pleuvoir, neiger), Battre, boire, conduire, Courir, craindre, croire, Devoir, dire, écrire, Lire, mourir, naître, Plaire, recevoir, rire, Suivre, tenir, vaincre, Vivre, valoir, S’asseoir