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Après que + l'indicatif

William

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7 August 2017

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Après que + l'indicatif

Just a thought. After “ Après que“, you use an indicative tense. Since the 1st, 2nd and 3rd person singular for “réussir“ is the same for both the present tense and the simple past tense. These two tenses are both indicative tenses, one present tense and the other past tense. Could “J'étais soulagée après que tu réussis ton exam“ also be considered a correct answer in this example?

This relates to:
Après que + L'Indicatif = After + verb -

Ron

Kwiziq community member

9 August 2017

9/08/17

Bonjour William,
Here is a simple translation of the phrase in question: I was relieved after you pass your test. As can be seen in the translation, the sense of the phrase has changed completely.
Alors, en ce qui concerne la verbe réussir la conjugaison est comme ce qui suit:
je réussis
tu réussis
il réussit
Parce que ils ne sont pas la même, ce qui suit est plus exact:
J’ai été soulagé après que le succès que tu avais sur ton examen.
J'imagine que Aurèlie ou Laura aient une réponse qui serait différent.
J'espère que cela vous aidera.
Bonne chance !
Ron

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