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The Subjunctive, Conditional, and Feelings

Cristalle Kao-Johnson

For review on the French Subjunctive and Conditional conjugations as well as vocabulary on asking and telling how one feels.

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Across
1.Cheek.
4.Leg.
5.Ankle.
7.Sick.
9.Lungs.
10.Neck.
11.Eyebrow.
12.Finger.
14.-ais, -ais, -ait, -ions, -iez, -aient
16.Face
17.Dentist.
19.To be tired.
21.Wrist.
23.To break.
24.To injure oneself.
26.Body.
27.Foot.
29.-e, -es, -e, -ions, -iez, -ent
30.Knee.
31.Shoulder.
32.Arm.
33.Eye.
Down
1.Hand.
2.Heart.
3.Toe.
4.Muscle.
5.Medicine.
6.Stomach.
8.Forehead.
13.Used to tell what WOULD happen.
15.To burn oneself.
17.Brain.
18.Used when talking about something that is a NECESSITY. Il faut que.. il est important que...
20.Back.
22.Lip.
23.To sprain.
25.To sneeze.
28.To cough.
31.Bone.

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