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    Hi all, I'm revising for my FN1 and FN2 exams, which are both coming up quite quickly actually. I was simply wondering what all the tenses that we must know were, and if anyone had any specific revision tips or guides that helped them. I would be grateful for any good help as I want to do as well as possible.
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    You should be familiar with

    Perfect
    Imperfect
    Conditional
    Pluperfect
    Near future (je vais aller)
    Simple future (J'irai)

    Possibly also the conditional perfect, future perfect

    You should be quite familiar with the present subjunctive and perhaps the past subjunctive too.
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    Just to flesh that out:

    You will need to demonstrate that you know

    - tenses with depuis
    - tenses with venir de
    - tenses with si-clauses
    - tenses in reported speech
    - the subjunctive after conjunctions
    - the subjunctive in subordinate clauses
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    (Original post by qwertyuiop1993)
    You should be familiar with

    Perfect
    Imperfect
    Conditional
    Pluperfect
    Near future (je vais aller)
    Simple future (J'irai)

    Possibly also the conditional perfect, future perfect

    You should be quite familiar with the present subjunctive and perhaps the past subjunctive too.
    Thanks a lot; that sounds about right as I asked my french teacher today too. She named those 6 I believe.


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    (Original post by Anna Schoon)
    Just to flesh that out:

    You will need to demonstrate that you know

    - tenses with depuis
    - tenses with venir de
    - tenses with si-clauses
    - tenses in reported speech
    - the subjunctive after conjunctions
    - the subjunctive in subordinate clauses
    Thanks for your help too, now I just need to find a good site with the conjugation examples simplified for quick and easy comprehension.. :P


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