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Flores, Emilie (12 February 2020). "Personne n'y avait pensé: Matthieu et Bruno battent le nouveau record de gains de l'émission en seulement... 5 victoires (VIDEO)"[Personne n'y avait pensé: Matthieu and Bruno beat the show's record for winnings in only... 5 victories (VIDEO)]. Télé-Loisirs (in French) . Retrieved 19 April 2021.

For example, “Je vais avoir une bonne note” means “I’m going to get a good grade”. This sentence is being expressed with a high degree of certainty. Avoir in futur proche See closer cognates in regional languages in France: Angevin avouèr, Bourbonnais-Berrichon avoér, Bourguignon aivoi, Champenois aouâr, Corsican avè, Franco-Provençal avêr, Franc-Comtois aivoi, Gallo avair, Lorrain ahoir, Norman avaer, Occitan aver, Picard avoèr. The following is the conjugation of parler (to speak) in the passé composé, using avoir as the auxiliary verb. When forming the subjonctif passé (past subjunctive), the auxiliary verb is expressed in the present subjunctive and is combined with the past participle.

Personne n'y avait pensé! ( Nobody had thought of that!) is a France 3 game show adapted from the BBC's Pointless. Presented by Cyril Féraud, it ran for five seasons in 2011, 2015–16 and 2018–21. The conditional is used to express actions that would occur if another action was possible. For example, “J’aurais plus de temps si je n’avais pas tant de travail”(I’d have more time if I didn’t have so much work). Avoir in present conditional

The following table shows the conjugation of the verb avoir in the present tense (also called the present indicative). Subject pronoun This future tense is used to express actions in the futre that will occur with a higher level of certainty than the in the futur proche. transitive ) to have ( a condition ) J’ ai faim. ― I'm hungry. (literally, “ I have hunger.”) J’ ai soif. ― I'm thirsty. (literally, “ I have thirst.”) J’ ai froid. ― I'm cold. (literally, “ I have cold.”) J’ ai chaud. ― I'm hot, I feel hot. (literally, “ I have hot.”) J ’ai la chiasse. ― I have the shits. J ’ai le rhume. ― I have a cold. J ’ai le SIDA. ― I have AIDS. J ’ai de la fièvre. ― I've got a fever.The passé composé is one of French’s two main past tenses. To form the passé composé, an auxiliary or helping verb is combined with a past participle. For example, “J’aurais eu” translates to “I would have had”. In the negation, “Je n’aurais pas eu” translates to “I wouldn’t have had”. Avoir in past conditional The French plus-que-parfait (pluperfect) is used to express anteriority with one past event occurring before another one. Pointless: Le nouveau jeu de Cyril Féraud sur France 3"[Pointless: Cyril Féraud's new game show on France 3]. Télé-Loisirs (in French). 10 June 2011 . Retrieved 25 March 2021.



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