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    this is for my French GCSE writing exam tomorrow. would it be 'ce serais super'?
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    (Original post by Bertybassett)
    this is for my French GCSE writing exam tomorrow. would it be 'ce serais super'?
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    It would be better to say "ça" instead of "ce". Also "serais" is conditional in the "je" and "tu" form but when you use "ça", it is the same as "il"/"elle"/"on"

    Therefore, you would say "ça serait super"

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    (Original post by IKEAPanda37)
    Almost

    It would be better to say "ça" instead of "ce". Also "serais" is conditional in the "je" and "tu" form but when you use "ça", it is the same as "il"/"elle"/"on"

    Therefore, you would say "ça serait super"

    thank you. that has been very helpful. would the ending of serait be ait or ais for the conditional tense?
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    (Original post by Bertybassett)
    thank you. that has been very helpful. would the ending of serait be ait or ais for the conditional tense?
    No problem, it would be ait because you are using "ça" You would only use ais for "je" or "tu" (je serais/tu serais)
 
 
 
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