Conjugation

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14:30

Teaching the difference between a verb that takes the auxiliary to be or to have in the present perfect, passato prossimo, or passé composé isn't always so exciting.


I stumbled across this on Pinterest:


I wrote everything in English so it can do double duty for me(and so the students have to work a little too). So here is my anchor chart(ooh educational buzz word alert!)


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