French Grammar Explained /

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You're very busy during the week. Not only your work life is demanding but in your spare time you are also an occupied person.
How did you guess?
And you probably want to say things like:
Lundi, je vais au travail.
Monday, I go to work.
Le mardi soir nous allons à la piscine.
On Tuesday evenings, we go to the pool.
*Sigh*... how come "go" looks soooo different in those two sentences?
Let's have a look at the table below:
ALLER
je
vais
tu
vas
il/elle/on
va
nous
allons
vous
allez
ils/elles
vont
So weird, nous and vous are the only one similar to ALLER !
Yeah, true... maybe you can remember this verb by singing it!?
I might as well... 🎤 je vais, tu vas...
Don't go away just now!
Oh, I thought we were done, isn't it enough?
Let's have a look again at your timetable:
Lundi, je vais au travail.
Monday, I go to work.
Le mardi soir nous allons à la piscine.
On Tuesday evenings, we go to the pool.
I know where tu vas and I don't like it...
Yes, you have guessed, in order to tell WHERE you're going, there are small variations according to...
Let me guess...places have gender as well in French?
I am so proud you're starting to get a feeling for my language 😇
Je vais à la maison.
I am going home.
Je vais à l'hôpital.
I am going to the hospital.
Je vais au restaurant.
I am going to the restaurant.
Je vais aux toilettes.
I am going to the bathroom.
Oh boy, I might need to practise all of this now 🙈