What Is the Present Participle? The French present participle is the verb form that ends in -ant. When used without en, the present participle may act as an adjective, noun or verb. I like running. The present participle we get is faisant doing. What would a French grammar lesson be without some exceptions?
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Examples for the past perfect tense This part of the post is where you need to dissect, analyse and understand what is going on. English: It has never been so easy to talk to people in other countries. English: I had already made food when my boyfriend came home with takeaway. Tener — to have English: We had to clean the house before going out.
English: I already had plans when you called me. Estar — to be English: She had never been so impressed. English: I entered quietly because I had arrived late. Dar — to give English: This afternoon I went for a run, but I had already taken a walk this morning.
English: It surprised me to see the gift because they had already given it to me last year. Ir — to go English: She told me that they had gone to the beach. Pasar — to pass English: I wanted to say something, but the moment had passed. English: It was obvious they had had a good time. Your turn The Spanish past perfect tense is not an easy tense to get used to.
But, it is a good tense to practice as you level up your Spanish. Learning Spanish? You will also receive weekly Spanish and language learning tips. This iframe contains the logic required to handle Ajax powered Gravity Forms.