Easy French step-by-step : master high-frequency grammar for by Myrna Bell Rochester

By Myrna Bell Rochester

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Easy French Step-by-Step proves stable grounding in grammar fundamentals is the major to gaining knowledge of a moment language. you're fast brought to grammatical ideas and ideas so as of significance, you could construct on as you move throughout the publication. additionally, you will research greater than three hundred verbs, selected by way of their frequency of use. quite a few routines and interesting readings assist you quick construct your conversing and comprehension prowess.

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He/it is she/it is one is, we/they are PLURAL st 1 Person 2nd Person 3rd Person nous sommes vous êtes ils sont elles sont we are you are (pol. /pol. ) they (m. ) are they (f. ) one/we/they we you (pol. /pol. ) they (m. pl. or mixed) they (f. ], les hôtels). The subject pronoun of a conjugated verb corresponds to the gender and number of the noun (a person or thing) that it replaces. La table est dans le salon. Elle (La table) est dans le salon. The table is in the living room. It is in the living room.

Le mercredi, il y a un examen. On Mondays, I’m at the gym. The friends have dinner together every Friday. Each Wednesday, there’s an exam. Où est-ce que tu es le dimanche? Where are you on Sundays? Les mois de l’année (Months of the Year) janvier février mars avril mai juin January February March April May June juillet août septembre octobre novembre décembre July August September October November December The preposition en (in) is used in sentences before the names of the months. The phrase au mois de/d’ can also be used.

Odette, tu américaine? —Non, je martiniquaise, de Fort-de-France. 3. Rosa et Mario, vous mexicains? —Non, italiens, mais Jorge mexicain. 4. Robert créatif. Nous 5. Khaled, — ingénieur. un ingénieur très fiers de lui (of him). ) chrétienne. (Coptic). chrétien ou musulman? musulman, mais une partie de la famille des coptes The Verbs être and avoir, Subject Pronouns, and Negation 29 Reread the previous sentences in the exercise, and correct these statements using subject pronouns. 6. Michel est généralement à l’heure.

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