Anyway, the difference between a tense and a mood is not something we're going to be worrying about in this course; I just think sometimes it's nice to know a bit about terminology, as it will help us in later courses.
This course introduces you to structure 6.
The sixth structure, as I said, is similar to the first structure. The difference is that we're going to be looking at the conditional version of the infinitive carriers to ask what somebody "could", "should" or "would like" to do.
We're going to look at the conjugations of the infinitive carriers in the conditional tense (or mood) and how to use them to ask questions or make statements. And, we'll also be looking at how to turn this structure negative.
The lessons are short, so that no matter how much time you have, you can still fit in at least one lesson per day. This course is jam-packed with opportunity for practising what we've learnt, which is ideal for developing fluency in each structure. The more we get used to forming sentences and questions using Structure 6, the more we get our tongues around it and the more easily it'll flow out of our mouths.
So, let's start learning all about Structure 6 in French. I hope you enjoy...
🇫🇷 Bon apprentissage! | Happy learning! 🇫🇷