What is this french sentence in english? Gcse french help pleaseeeee!!!

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'I would have liked to have gone to France this year'

I translated it as :
Je voudrais aime avoir aler au Francais ce matin....is this right?

Basically im trying to translate the sentences on here, if someone has some spare time could they please translate them into French, as there are no answers xxx
Thanks so much

https://www.tes.com/teaching-resourc...-and-9-6298060
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looks about right :P
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j'aurais voulu y aller en France cette annee

i believe anyway, yours is more 'i would like like to have gone to french this morning'
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J'aurais aimé aller en France cette année.

(I think).
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It would be something like “J’aurais aimé aller en France cette année.” But I think you can change “aimé” or “voulu” with “had liked” for “had wanted” as it has a similar meaning.
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(Original post by Deggs_14)
That’s very incorrect, it would be “J’aimerais voulu aller en France cette année.”
You’ve put “I would like wanted to go to France this year”.


If you’re insistent on criticising other people for being wrong, make sure you’re right.

I’m not fluent but have A* at A level and currently in Alsace on a gap year. I *think* it would be “J’aurais voulu” but I’d wait for an actual french speaker.
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(Final paragraph addressed to op)
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Here are my attempts, I'm not a fluent French speaker but I'll try.

1 - J'aurais aimé aller en France cette année.
2 - J'aurais fait de la natation avec mes amis mais je n'avais pas de temps.
3 - Nous serions allés en Floride mais nous n'avions pas d'argent.
4 - J'ai envie d'apprendre à conduire parce que je déteste promener.
5 - J'aurais préféré aller en Espagne mais mes parents ne voulaient pas venir.
6 - Au lieu de voler, on a conduit à Paris puisqu'on avait envie de passer un weekend à Londres en chemin.
7 - J'avais l'intention d'acheter un cadeau cher pour ma soeur mais je me suis acheté un nouveau ordinateur.
8 - J'aime sortir avec mes amis et la semaine dernière, je les ai vu en ville chaque jour.
9 - J'aurais dû faire du cyclisme avec ma famille, et je l'aurais fait mais j'étais trop fatigué.
10 - Après avoir fait une grasse matinée, Je me suis préparé et je suis allé en ville afin de rencontrer mes amis.
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(Original post by vix.xvi)
'I would have liked to have gone to France this year'

I translated it as :
Je voudrais aime avoir aler au Francais ce matin....is this right?

Basically im trying to translate the sentences on here, if someone has some spare time could they please translate them into French, as there are no answers xxx
Thanks so much

https://www.tes.com/teaching-resourc...-and-9-6298060
ce matin means this morning, this year is - cette annee
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(Original post by meminisse19)
You’ve put “I would like wanted to go to France this year”.


If you’re insistent on criticising other people for being wrong, make sure you’re right.

I’m not fluent but have A* at A level and currently in Alsace on a gap year. I *think* it would be “J’aurais voulu” but I’d wait for an actual french speaker.
You're correct, sorry I edited my response.
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Thanks, everyone!!!
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I'm no native speaker, but I'd say "J’aurais voulu partir en France cette année" or "J’aurais aimé aller en France cette année". Your initial answer translates to something like "I would like (I/he/she) like(s) to have go in French this morning." Keep on keeping on, hope this helps a bit!
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