What is the present perfect tense of ask in you ask Madame Mathias if she will sponsor your French club?
The present perfect tense for that example is "have asked".
We have asked Madame Mathias if she will sponsor our French club?
Present perfect is formed with -- have/has + past participle -- the past participle of ask is asked. So the present perfect verb would be have asked or has asked. Because we is plural use have asked in this sentence. We have asked Madame Mathias............... You need to change will sponsor to would sponsor to make the sentence correct. We have asked Madam Mathias if she would sponsor our French club.
Type the requested verb form of the underlined verb in the tense indicated. present perfect tense We ask Madame Mathias if she will sponsor our French club.?
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No, the French word jouer is not in the perfect tense. Specifically, the word is a verb. It is in the form of the present infinitive. It means "to play". The pronunciation will be "zhwey" in French.
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"parfait" is the French of perfect.
A French verb may have eight tenses. The 'present' is the present tense. The 'imparfait' is the imperfect. The 'passe simple' is the historic/narrative/simple past. The 'futur' is the future. The 'passe compose' is the perfect. The 'plus-que-parfait' is the pluperfect. The 'passe anterieur' is the past anterior. The 'futur anterieur' is the future perfect.
I have played tennis against my brother on several occasions. The French have fought against the Germans several times.
"(You) told me" is a literal English equivalent of the conversational French phrase M'as dit. The pronunciation of the present perfect in the second person informal singular will be "mah dee" in French.
you say il est parfait in french to say hes perfect
"What if your English is perfect" translated into French is: "Que faire si votre anglais est parfait?"
Haiti's main language is FRENCH ! I had a sponsor child and all of her correspondence was in french and translated by the church before it was sent to me.
present -- for present time cadeau, offrande -- for a gift, present
Yes. The French government sponsored his expeditions.
présent - present
Has refers to the present perfect tense: He has studied French, so he can converse with his Parisian neighbors. Had refers to the past perfect, so an action or state before the past: Behore he took up French, he had already studied Latin, which made it much easier. Had can also be used to indicate an if-clause: Had he studied harder, he would certainly have passed his finals = If he had studied....
"Sounds perfect!" in English is a shortened way to say "That sounds perfect (to me)". In French, you would translate that as: "Cela semble parfait (pour moi)." which also means "That looks fine (to me)." (Les) sons parfaits = (The) perfect sounds
Anna means perfect, popular and beautiful. It is from the language of French
"He has written some... ." is a literal English equivalent of the incomplete French phrase Il a écrit des... . The declarative statement is asserted in the third person singular of the present perfect, followed by the partitive. The pronunciation will be "ee-la ey-kee dey" in French.
The French Language comes from the Latin Language of the Roman Empire which originated in Rome, Italy. It has also been influenced by German. For example, in the Passe Compose, the same verbs take is instead of has as in the German present and past perfect.
There are eight verb tenses that take the indicative mood [of reality] in French. They may be grouped into three broad time categories. There's the present indicative tense. There also are the past indicative tenses: imperfect, past historic, perfect, pluperfect, and past anterior. And there's the future indicative tenses: future and future perfect.
combien d'euro (im 13 and can speak perfect french)
French pronouns don't have tenses, verbs do.
In the past a French visa was easily issued. Recently it is a bit more difficult. As long as there is a sponsor, official reason, or commute pass, visa's are generally valid.
Kush est parfait
Le mec parfait
Elle est parfaite
Practice makes perfect
Under its present form, the French flag was created in Paris under the French revolution.
present from god (in french)
Citroen (1919-present) Peugeot (1889-present) Renault (1898-present)
There is no Godfather on Howrse. com A Godfather on howrse could be a bad translation from the original french version, meaning sponsor.
mon cadeau means my present / my gift in French
parfait (masc , pronounce par-fay) or parfaite (fem, pronounce par-fett)
"un gÃ¢teau parfait"
Votre anglais est parfait.
Le prÃ©sent is a masculine noun in French.
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it was a present form the French
The French settled in Quebec in what is now present day Canada, they also settled in Port Royal, what is now present day Annapolis Royal