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Grammaire anglaise : les Temps Recap
 

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récapitulatif simplifié des temps disponibles en anglais pour un élève français de collège

récapitulatif simplifié des temps disponibles en anglais pour un élève français de collège

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    • LES TEMPS ANGLA I S PASSE FUTUR IRREEL PRESENT BE+ING SIMPLE action qui est en train de se passer action habituelle PRESENT PERFECT PRETERIT action passée, datée, achevée BE+ING SIMPLE action qui était en train de se passer HAVE BEEN + ING HAVE + EN action qui dure encore maintenant action passée qui a un lien avec le present : CONSEQUENCE , BILAN DES EXPERIENCES already - ever? – just – never – it’s the 1st time – the most… I’ve ever … – not yet – + since + for + time marker BE GOING TO WILL + bv -action qui va se passer dans un futur proche action qui se passera - action à venir -intention de la personne qui parle projet bien établi PRESENT BE+ ING WOULD + BV action qui se passerait SI quelque chose changeait = IF + preterit ) USED TO action passée révolue
    • PASSE FUTUR IRREEL PRESENT BE+ING SIMPLE PRESENT PERFECT PRETERIT BE+ING SIMPLE HAVE BEEN + ING HAVE + EN BE GOING TO WILL + bv PRESENT BE+ ING WOULD + BV USED TO I’m working (now). I work (every day). I’ve been working since 1999. I have worked in the USA. I worked yesterday. I was working (when you phoned). I used to work in England. (Now, I work in France.) I will work (tomorrow). I‘m going to work. I‘m working (tonight). I would work if I found a job.