• Élargissez vos connaissances grammaticales en anglais, apprenez de nombreux nouveaux temps, des verbes réguliers et irréguliers et apprenez à utiliser les verbes de modalité.

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    Formes régulières au présent

    1. I speak, you speak, he speaks ... I do, you do, he does
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    Verbes irréguliers au présent

    1. I am, you are, he/she/it is ...
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    "Present progressive" et "present simple"

    1. I'm making a salad. I often make salad.
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    Autres utilisations des verbes en -ing

    1. How about going swimming?
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    L'impératif

    1. Cross the road!
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    Parler du passé au "past simple"

    1. I played football yesterday.
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    Parler du passé au "present perfect"

    1. I've lived here for two years.
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    Des verbes irréguliers essentiels

    1. be - was - been
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    Parler du passé au "past progressive"

    1. We were sitting at the table.
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    Le "present perfect progressive"

    1. I've been thinking about it.
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    Le "past perfect"

    1. We had already eaten, when he arrived.
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    "Used to"

    1. I used to go swimming.
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    Le futur avec "going to"

    1. I'm going to cook dinner tonight.
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    Le futur avec "will"

    1. You will love this book!
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    Le passif

    1. The house was built in 1992.
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    Having things done

    1. I had the car repaired.
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    Les verbes de modalité : "should"

    1. Should I close the window?
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    Les verbes de modalité : "can"

    1. I can dance.
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    Les verbes de modalité : "could", "was able to" et "was allowed to"

    1. She could sing like an angel.
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    Les verbes de modalité : "must"

    1. You must not talk during the exam.
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    Les verbes réfléchis

    1. We introduced ourselves.
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    "to be used to"

    1. I'm used to eating with chopsticks.
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    To make/let someone do something

    1. Steve makes his brother do the dishes.
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    Autre utilisation de la forme en "-ing"

    1. He stopped reading to surf the internet.
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