Pensons à l'avenir 3: Learn to use irregular French verbs in the Future Tense

Carol Harvey, Language Teacher, Education Consultant

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5 Videos (14m)
    • 1. Introduction and Overview

    • 2. Les verbes avoir et être au futur

    • 3. More irregular verbs

    • 4. Mon rêve

    • 5. Conclusion


About This Class

Language learning is a journey.

Learning French verb tenses in the present, past and future is an important gift that you can give to yourself! Once you are comfortable talking about what you did last week, where you want to go next summer etc. you are really able to connect with French- speakers. You will have the enjoyment of meaningful communication with a new community!

I want to help you learn the future tenses with this three-part series. This short class concentrates on irregular verbs that don't follow the normal pattern. In particular, you will practice the verbs avoir and être- but you will also learn how to form the future with other irregular verbs as well.

I try to make my classes enjoyable and interesting for you... let me know how I did!

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Wonderful class! Fun and informative.
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Carol Harvey

Language Teacher, Education Consultant

 I'm dedicated to helping busy learners progress in English, French and other areas of interest. I currently teach English for Academic Purposes to international students at our local university.

 Most of my teaching experience has been in the classroom as follows:

  • FSL teacher and French Immersion teacher
  • School district French consultant- giving support to other teachers
  • Sessional Instructor, Faculty of Education- Brandon University
  • Coordinator and developer of program for immigrants and newcomers to our small city
  • Presenter of many seminars and workshops including at provincial and national conferences in Canada as well as in my own city.

General Qualifications:

Teacher and Education Consultant M. Ed.

Winner of National and Provincial (Canadian) Awards for educational contribution in the field of second language education.

Brandon University Gold Medal and the Governor General's Gold Medal for the highest academic standing in the Master's degree program. (2002)

I am Canadian and speak both English and French. I am working on Spanish.