French <> English translation of Aller-venir-partir

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aller à (la boulangerie) : to go to (the baker’s)aller, présent
- Où allez-vous ? - Je vais à Londres. -Where are you going? -I’m going to London.
venir de (la boulangerie) : to come from (the baker’s)venir, présent
Edward est anglais, il vient de Londres. Edward is English. He comes from London.
partir : to leavepartir, présent
À quelle heure part le train (de la gare) ? What time does the train leave (the station)?
We don’t say je vais but je pars (I’m leaving) or je m’en vais (I’m off).
We don’t say tu vas avec nous ? but tu viens avec nous ? (are you coming with us?).
We don’t say nous allons à sept heures but nous partons à sept heures (we’re leaving at 7am).

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