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Degree: LLB Law with French (Bachelors) - Liverpool University
Bonjour à tous!!
My name is Conor Logue and I study LLB Law with French at the University of Liverpool.
Languages are in a steep decline in the UK, so having the ability to speak a language other than your mother tongue will really make you stand out. I am prepared to help you with this!
I have helped people with their French work during my time at school, and due to my many experiences such as founding and partaking in my school's debating society I have many different skills relevant to tutoring such as organisational skills and patience.
J'ai hâte de travailler avec vous!!
How do you form the future tense? For regular –er and –ir verbs, the radical is the infinitive
For most –re verbs, you take off the -e
Verbs in –oyer and –uyer : ‘y’ changes to ‘i:
Je nettoierai / tu tutoieras etc.
Verbs in –ayer either keep the ‘y’ or change to ‘i’: Il essaiera etc.
Verbs with a penultimate ‘e’
Add a grave accent: (amener, mener, se lever, etc.)
Some verbs are irregular, and will have to be learned by heart. Here is a selection of the most common irregular verbs.