Le passé récent – Exercises

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Exercises

Type in the correct present form of the verb venir.

  1. Mes amis de partir.[My friends have just gone.]|3rd person plural of venir in the present: viennent.
  2. Est-ce que tu de m’appeler ?[Did you just call me?]|2nd person singular of venir in the present: viens.
  3. Christine d’apprendre une bonne nouvelle.[Christine has just heard good news.]|3rd person singular of venir in the present: vient.
  4. Vous de rater le train.[You have just missed the train.]|2nd person plural of venir in the present: venez.
  5. Je de voir mon professeur dans la rue.[I have just seen my teacher on the street.]|1st person singular of venir in the present: viens.
  6. Les filles de commencer à faire le gâteau.[The girls have just begun to make a cake.]|3rd person plural of venir in the present: viennent.
  7. Nous de terminer nos devoirs.[info::We have just finished our homework.]|1st person plural of venir in the present: venons.

Type in the correct imparfait form of the verb venir.

  1. Tu de sortir lorsqu’il s’est mis à pleuvoir.[You had just gone out when it started to rain.]|2nd person singular of venir in the imparfait: venais.
  2. Nous de terminer le dessert lorsque les voisins ont sonné à la porte.[We had just finished eating dessert when the neighbours rang the doorbell.]|1st person plural of venir in the imparfait: venions.
  3. Le musée de fermer quand je suis arrivé pour voir les tableaux.[The museum had just closed when I arrived to see the paintings.]|3rd person singular of venir in the imparfait: venait.
  4. Je de m’endormir quand le téléphone a sonné.[I had just fallen asleep when the phone rang.]|1st person singular of venir in the imparfait: venais.
  5. Les élèves de s’asseoir quand le professeur est entré dans la classe.[The pupils had just sat down when the teacher entered the classroom.]|3rd person plural of venir in the imparfait: venaient.
  6. Est-ce que vous d’aller faire les courses quand je suis arrivé ?[Had you just gone shopping when I arrived?]|2nd person plural of venir in the imparfait: veniez.
  7. Sophie de laver le sol lorsque le paquet de farine tomba par terre.[Sophie had just mopped the floor when the packet of flour fell on the ground.]|3rd person singular of venir in the imparfait: venait.