Conditional Mood French Exercises

french conditional mood exercises

Bonjour, my dear student! Today, we are going to immerse ourselves in a delightful aspect of the French language – the Conditional Mood.

This fascinating linguistic tool allows us to express possibilities, suppositions, and hypothetical scenarios – all ingredients that spice up our everyday conversation.

The beautys that it helps us visualize alternate realities and future possibilities. So, brace yourself for a thrilling linguistic adventure as we dive into the mesmerizing world of the ‘Le Conditionnel’.

 

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1) Put the Sentences in the Correct Order – French Conditional Mood

 

a) voudrais / je / pommes / deux

Je voudrais deux pommes.

 

b) aurais / tu / fini. / déjà / Si / commencé, / tu / avais

 

c) elle / achèterait / la / maison / si / pouvait. / Elle

 

d) si / iriez-vous / où / pouviez / partir, / vous / ?

 

e) faire / devrions-nous / que / ?

 

f) parlerais / si / avec / lui / tu / pouvais, / tu

 

g) feraient / qu'elles / qu'est-ce / si / pouvaient. / elles / ?

 

h) aimerais / que / faire / qu'est-ce / tu / ?

 

2) Translate these Sentences – French Conditional Mood Exercises

 

a) I would like to go to France.

Je voudrais aller en France.

 

b) If I were rich, I would travel the world.

 

c) She would study more if she had time.

 

d) We would have finished if we had started earlier.

 

e) They would eat healthier if they could.

 

f) If you studied, you would pass the exam.

 

g) I would buy that car if I had the money.

 

3) Practice your Vocabulary

 

a) could – would – if

pourrais – voudrais – si

 

b) should - might - unless

 

c) would have - could have - should have

 

d) would be - could be - if only

 

e) might be - should be - provided that

 

f) would have been - could have been - should have been

 

4) Practice Your Writing by Translating these Small Texts Taking the French Conditional Mood into Consideration

 

I would like to become a doctor. If I could, I would travel to Africa to help people there. I would work in a hospital and provide medical care to those who need it. If I had enough money, I would also build a school.

 

She would love to visit Paris. If she could, she would go there next summer. She would visit the Eiffel Tower, the Louvre Museum and taste the French cuisine. If she had the opportunity, she would also learn French.

 

5) About French Conditional Mood, Guess the Questions to the Answers

 

a) Je voudrais aller en France. ( Où…)

Où voudrais-tu aller?

 

b) Si j'étais riche, je voyagerais le monde. ( Que...)

 

c) Elle étudierait plus si elle avait du temps. ( Que...)

 

d) Ils mangeraient plus sainement s'ils le pouvaient. ( Que...)

 

e) Si tu étudiais, tu passerais l'examen. ( Que...)

 

f) J'achèterais cette voiture si j'avais l'argent. ( Que...)

 

g) S'il avait un bateau, il naviguerait tous les jours. ( Que...)

 

h) Si nous avions une maison à la plage, nous y passerions tous les étés. ( Que...)

 

i) Elles feraient du bénévolat si elles avaient plus de temps libre. ( Que...)

 

Voilà! We have come to the end of our enriching journey through the French Conditional Mood. I hope these exercises have helped you to grasp the concept, my dear student.

Continue to practice these exercises at your own pace, and don’t hesitate to reach out if you have any questions.

French, like any other language, takes time to master, but with determination and passion, you will undoubtedly conquer it. Keep your spirits high and your desire to learn burning. À bientôt!

 

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