le present perfect, un temps, 2ndes (et tous ) et 4 vidéos

Voici le rappel d’un temps, le present perfect:

LE PRESENT PERFECT

Ci dessous des vidéos explicatives:

BIENVENUE

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BARACK OBAMA, exercice sur le prétérit

Conjuguez les verbes entre parenthèses au prétérit. Ecoutez le corrigé lu par Ellen.

 

Barack Obama (be born) on August 4, 1961 in Hawaii. Soon after his birth, his father (leave) his wife and his son. Barack Obama only (see) his father a couple of times in his lifetime. His mother later (remarry) an Indonesian man and the family (move) to Jakarta. Barack Obama (grow up) there but at the age of 10, his mother (send) him back to live with his grandparents in Hawaii. As he (be) one of the three African-American students enrolled at the school, he (begin) to realize what it (mean) to be black. Barack Obama (graduate) with honors from high school. After high school, Barack Obama (study) political science at Columbia University and then (go) to Harvard Law School. After his studies, he (move) to Chicago where he (meet) Michelle Robinson. They quickly (fall) in love and (get) married four years later. They (have) two daughters after their marriage. Barack Obama soon (get) involved in politics. He (win) the 2008 and 2012 presidential elections and he (become) the very first black president of the United States.

 

Fichier imprimable en PDF: Conjuguez les verbes entre parenthèses au prétérit

le présent simple de BE

I am happy   > I’m happy

you are happy  > You’re happy

she is happy   > She’s happy

we are happy

you are happy

they are happy

pour une question, on utilise BE lui même:    Are you happy?

Pour une négation, on utilise BE également:   I’m not happy

You’re not happy > you aren’t happy

She is not happy > she isn’t happy …