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Two types of questions Yes/no questions Information questions 3 ways to write a question in French Intonation Voice rises at the end Est-ce que (qu) Has no English translation Just shows it is a question Inversion Switch word order Conjugated verb – subject pronoun
Word order Subj + CV + ROS ? Information word Placed somewhere after CV where it makes sense the most
Word order Info word +est-ce que +subj. + CV + ROS ?
Word order Info word +conjugated verb - subj. + ROS ?
When is he going to the cinema? Intonation: Il va au cinéma quand? Est-ce que: Quand est-ce quil va au cinéma? Inversion: Quand va-t-il au cinéma?
anglaisfrançais When Where Why How What (2) At what time Quand Où Pourquoi Comment Que / quoi A quelle heure
Notes about qui Pronounced /key/ Never changes to Q QQ QU Translation = who Can be used as a subject Can be used as a direct object What is a subject? Who/what the sentence is about Placed at the beginning What is a direct object? Noun or pronoun that receives the action of the verb Answers the question who or w ww what
Read the following sentences and decide if WHO is being used as the subject or direct object 1. Who is paying attention? Subject = followed by CV (paying attention) 2. Who is he going to invite to the party? Direct object = answer ? to invite WHO Subject = he 3. Who likes French? Subject = followed by CV (likes)
Use the same word order for information questions Ex. Who is he going to invite to the party? Intonation: Il va inviter qui à la boum? Est-ce que: Qui est-ce quil va inviter à la boum? Inversion: Qui va-t-il inviter à la boum?
Use the same word order for information questions Ex. Who do you (informal) like? Intonation: Tu aimes qui? Est-ce que: Qui est-ce que tu aimes? Inversion: Qui aimes-tu? Now answer the question: J aime __________________.
À qui - to whom, at whom De qui – about whom, from whom, of whom Pour qui – for whom Avec qui – with whom ***these phrases can NOT be separated!***
What is grammatically wrong with this question? Who are you studying with? Should not end a sentence with a preposition! With
How do you fix this sentence? Who are you studying with? With whom are you studying? You are studying with whom?
Translate the question to French now – 3 ways With whom are you studying? Intonation: Tu étudies avec qui? Est-ce que: Avec qui est-ce que tu étudies? Inversion: Avec qui étudies-tu?
Translate the question to French now – 3 ways Who is she talking to? Intonation: Elle parle à qui? Est-ce que: A qui est-ce quelle parle? Inversion: A qui parle-t-elle?
Only 1 way to write the question Word for word Conjugate verb like il/elle/on Qui + CV + ROS? Ex. Who listens to Madame? Qui écoute Madame?
Traduisez en français Qui + CV + ROS? 1. Who likes the Buckeyes? Qui aime les Buckeyes? 2. Who is in class? Qui est en classe? 3. Who does not like to dance? Qui n aime pas danser?