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Les temps de l’anglais
Action dans le présent
en train de se faire
J’explore un tableau sur les temps en anglais.
I’m reviewing a table about English tenses.
Action en train de se faire, sans indication de durée
Present continuous
présent forme progressive
TO BE + —ing
I'm doing English exercises. I'm= I am
You're making fun of me!
You're = You are
Tu te moques de moi !
He's reading the news on his iPad. He's = He is
Il est en train de lire les nouvelles sur son iPad.
We’re experiencing a climate crisis. We’re = We are
So, you’re all having problems with your computers.You’re = You are
Many people in Africa are starving.
Beaucoup de gens en Afrique ont faim.
They’re calling for help.
They’re = They are
Ils appellent à l’aide.
Are you talking serioulsy?
Tu parles sérieusement là?
Is your mother working on her report?
Ta mère est-elle en train de travailler à son
Are you coming with us?
Vous venez avec nous
Why are they calling for help?
I'm not kidding.
Je ne plaisante pas.
You aren't listening!
Tu n'écoutes pas !
She isn't talking about you.
isn't = is not
Elle ne parle pas de toi.
We aren't going with you.
Nous n'allons pas avec vous.
They aren't doing anything. aren't = are not
Il ne font rien.
Action en train de se faire avec indication de durée
répétée, habituelle, toujours vraie.
Je me douche tous les jours.
I take a shower every day.
Simple present
I speak French.
I have lunch at 12.
I go to school.
You drive fast!
Tu conduis vite! (Pas en ce moment, mais en général).
He speaks French.
She speaks French.
It speaks French.
My cousin lives in Saint-Denis.
We speak French.
You speak French
They speak French.
Do I need a passport?
Ai-je besoin d'un passeport?
Do you speak English?
Do you like beer?
Does he live in San Francisco?
Does she go to London every week?
Does it cost a lot?
Est-ce que ça coûte cher?
Does President Obama live in New York?
Do we need to go?
Devons-nous y aller?
Do you all want to go to Bordeaux?
Vous voulez tous aller à Bordeaux?
Do they like carrots?
Do rabbits like tomatoes?
Est-ce que les lapins aiment les tomates?
I don't speak Russian.
Je ne parle pas russe.
don't = do not
You don't speak French very well.
He doesn't live in San Francisco.
She doesn't go to London every week.
It doesn't cost a fortune.
President Obama doesn't live in New York.
doesn't = does not
We don’t have a big car.
You don’t learn Russian.
They don’t like alcohol.
Cats don’t like dogs.
Action dans le passé
Action passée, datée
Simple past (= Préterit)
infinitif sans to + ED
mais il y a des verbes irréguliers
I visited Paris last year.
Yesterday we went to the supermarket.
(aller : to go - I went - have gone)
Action se déroulant dans le passé quand soudain une autre action a eu lieu. (Il y a d’autres cas…)
Past continuous
Prétérit forme progressive
TO BE au passé
WAS sg.
+ vb. -ing
WERE pl.
I was doing my homework when my mother called me last night.
I was doing my homework when my mother called me last night.
You were speaking English when Mr Simpson walked by last week.
My father was watching TV when I arrived last Saturday.
We were working hard when Mr Simpson walked by last week.
People were walking the streets when it started to rain heavily?
Les gens marchaient dans les rues quand la pluie s’es mise à tomber très fort.
Were you doing your homework when your mother called you last night?
Were many people carrying umbrellas while it was raining?
Y-avait-il beaucoup de gens qui portaient des parapluies pendant qu’il pleuvait?
I wasn’t doing my homework when my mother called me last night.
You weren’t speaking French when Mr Simpson walked by last week.
My father was not watching TV when I arrived last Saturday.
We weren’t fiddling when Mr Simpson walked by last week. (to fiddle "ne rien faire")
Action dans le futur
Action qui va se faire immédiatement
Action qu’on a l’intention de faire dans un futur plus ou moins proche, un projet
Action qui doit se faire dans le futur