|32.4 Propositions et conseils|
|must||affirmation||You must come and visit us in our new home.
You simply must think of others, too.
|shall||question||Shall we get you some help? Shall we have a party for your birthday?|
|Shouldn't you try and solve the problem, before you go on holidays?
You should be honest to yourself first and then try to advise others.
|Can't we go to the movies tonight?
You can ask your teacher for some adivise, she might be able to help you.
|Could we have dinner at our favourite restaurant?
You still could apologise to her.
|Wouldn't it be advisable/wise/better/nicer etc. to do it this way?
I would prefer/advise/think it better to change plans.
|imperatif||Let's go for dinner, shall we.|
|question avec 'Why'||Why don't we go for a walk, the weather is so nice.|
|question avec 'What'||What am I to do about this problem?|
|propositionconditionnelle 'if I were you'||I would not go and buy a car with no money if I were you.|
|proposition conditionnelle 'if you ask me'||If you ask me, I would go to the sea and just have a good time.|
|to advise||He advised me to go to see a doctor.|
|The best thing is||She said, the best thing was to go and ask.|
|had better||You had better check the tires before going on a long trip with the car.|
|contact mentions légales déclaration de protection de donnée|