Lesson 9: Modern France

Past Conditional

The past conditional is fairly simple to form. It is used to express what you would have done if a certain condition had been met (I would have gone to school).
To form the past conditional, you put the auxiliary verb into the conditional and add the past participle of the verb like so: Je serais allé(e) à l’école, mais j’étais malade.

Comparative

French Grammar • Modern France
The Comparative Le Comparatif
Adjectives
Sub. + Verb Comparative Adjective Comparative Object
Je suis plus intelligent que toi.
I am more intelligent than you
Je suis moins intelligent que toi.
I am less intelligent than you
Je suis aussi intelligent que toi.
I am as intelligent as you.
Adverbs
Sub. + Verb Comparative Adverb Comparative Object
Je vois plus/aussi/moins clairement que toi.
I see more
as
less
clearly than
as
than
you.
Verbs
Sub. Verb Comparative Comparative Object
Je joue plus/autant/moins que toi.
I play more
as much
less
than
as
than
you.
Nouns
Sub. + Verb Comparative Noun Comparative Object
Je joue à plus de
autant de
moins de
jeux que toi
I play more
as many
less/fewer
games than
as
than
you.
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