Conditional Exercises For French Grammar

The Conditional in French grammar is a verb form used to express actions or events that are dependent on certain conditions, such as wishes, possibilities, or hypothetical situations. It is similar to the English “would” + verb. The Conditional is formed with the infinitive of the verb (or the stem of the irregular verbs) and the appropriate endings, which are the same as those for the Imparfait (-ais, -ais, -ait, -ions, -iez, -aient). In these exercises, you will practice using the Conditional in French grammar through fill-in-the-blank sentences. Remember that the right answer is placed between * symbols, and a helpful hint is provided for each sentence. Let’s begin!

Exercise 1: Conditional Verb Forms in French

Exercise 2: Imaginary Situations in French

Grammar Exercises

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