Aller à dans passé et future

MohammadA1Kwiziq community member

Aller à dans passé et future

Est ce que on peut utiliser " aller à" dans un contexte different ou un temp different comme suit:

example, puis - on dire " ça me Irai" ou " ça ne me allé pas" ?

Asked 3 years ago
ChrisC1 Kwiziq Q&A super contributor Correct answer

Ça me va. -- That's fine by me / that's OK. This is an idiomatic use of the verb aller. Usually this is the response to a proposition like, "Let's meet at 5 pm." Therefore, this phrase is mostly used in present tense but can, of course, be put into every other tense:
Ça m'ira. -- This will OK
Ça m'est allé. -- That was OK

And, of course, you can also negate it: ça ne me va pas. -- That doesn't work for me.

PoopyA1Kwiziq community member

Bonjour Chris, just a little correction to the English above - it should be "This will be OK" not "This will OK"

Aller à dans passé et future

Est ce que on peut utiliser " aller à" dans un contexte different ou un temp different comme suit:

example, puis - on dire " ça me Irai" ou " ça ne me allé pas" ?

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