Did you like the second part of the Fairytale series? If you’ve missed it, click here and let’s do the second part together. I hope it was helpful to you and that l’imparfait is crystal-clear. Today is the final part of our Fairytale series where we will cover the trickiest part of past tenses: how to combine le passé composé and l’imparfait together in a sentence. You will find plenty of exercises in the study guide but if you have questions, the comment section is all yours.
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