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Grammar · Past conditional Edit

The past conditional is fairly simple to form. It is used to express what you would have done if a certain condition had been met. (I would have gone to school.)

To form the past conditional, you put the auxiliary verb into the conditional and add the past participle of the verb:

[[wikt:Je serais allé(e) à l'école, mais j'étais malade.|Je serais allé(e) à l'école, mais j'étais malade.]]

Grammar · Comparative Edit

AdjectivesEdit

Subject verb Comparative Adjective Comparative Object
Je suis
I am
plus
more
intelligent
intelligent
que
than
toi.
you.
moins
less
que
than
aussi
as
que
as

AdverbsEdit

Subject verb Comparative Adverb Comparative Object
Je vois
I see
plus
more
clairement
clearly
que
than
toi.
you.
moins
less
que
than
aussi
as
que
as

VerbsEdit

Subject verb Comparative Comparative Object
Je joue
I play
plus
more
que
than
toi.
you.
moins
less
que
than
autant
as much
que
as

NounsEdit

Subject verb Comparative Noun Comparative Object
Je joue à
I play
plus de
more
jeux
games
que
than
toi.
you.
moins de
fewer
que
than
autant de
as many
que
as

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Grammar · Superlative Edit

le/la/les + plus/moins + un adjectif
le/la/les + meilleur(e)(s)/mieux/pire

Grammar · Asking questions Edit

Vocabulary · The 20th century Edit

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