French Lesson 18

In previous lessons we seen that, yes or no questions can be asked using a basic question pattern which enable you to make a declarative sentence interrogative. We also seen, that in order to retrieve specific information, an interrogative expression is used such as an adverb, pronoun, or adjective. The interrogative functions as a way…

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French Lesson 14

Regular –ir Verbs Regular -ir verbs drops the –ir and have the stems as follows: Je -is Tu -is Il/Elle/On -it Nous -issons Vous -issez Ils/Elles -issent Imperatives Uses present tenses of tu, nous, and vous, removes subject pronoun bâtir: to build choisir: to choose finir: to finish réfléchir (à): to think remplir: to fill…

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French Lesson 13

The Present Tense of Regular –er Verbs When a regular -er verb is used in French the ending of the infinitive is typically dropped, and replaced with an appropriate stem Je -e Tu -es Il/Elle/On -e Vous -ez Nous -ons Ils/Elles -ent Stems for Regular -er verbs On is a genderless third person noun which…

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French Lesson 19

Discuss Direct Object Pronouns, Indirect Object Pronouns, Y, En, Disjunctive Pronouns, Prepositions with Object Pronouns, Position of Object Pronouns

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