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© and ® 2011 Vista Higher Learning, Inc.3B.2-1 Point de départ You have already learned expressions in French containing prepositions like à, de, and en. Prepositions of location describe the location of something or someone in relation to something or someone else.
© and ® 2011 Vista Higher Learning, Inc.3B.2-2
© and ® 2011 Vista Higher Learning, Inc.3B.2-3 Use the preposition à before the name of any city to express in or to. The preposition that accompanies the name of a country varies, but you can use en in many cases. In Leçon 7A, you will learn more names of countries and their corresponding prepositions.
© and ® 2011 Vista Higher Learning, Inc.3B.2-4 Use the contractions du and des in prepositional expressions when they are appropriate.
© and ® 2011 Vista Higher Learning, Inc.3B.2-5 You can further modify prepositions of location by using intensifiers such as tout (very, really) and juste (just, right).
© and ® 2011 Vista Higher Learning, Inc.3B.2-6 You may use prepositions without the word de when they are not followed by a noun.
© and ® 2011 Vista Higher Learning, Inc.3B.2-7 The preposition chez has no exact English equivalent. It expresses the idea of at or to someones house or place.
© and ® 2011 Vista Higher Learning, Inc.3B.2-8 The preposition chez is also used to express the idea of at or to a professionals office or business.
© and ® 2011 Vista Higher Learning, Inc.3B.2-9 Use disjunctive pronouns after prepositions instead of subject pronouns:
© and ® 2011 Vista Higher Learning, Inc.3B.2-10 1.La librairie est __________ (behind) le resto U. 2.Jhabite __________ (close to) leur lycée. 3.Le laboratoire est __________ (next to) ma résidence. 4.Tu retournes __________ (to the house of) tes parents ce week-end? 5.La fenêtre est __________ (across from) la porte. 6.Mon sac à dos est __________ (under) la chaise. 7.Ses crayons sont __________ (on) la table. 8.Votre ordinateur est __________ (in) la corbeille! Essayez! Provide the preposition indicated in parentheses. derrière
Relative pronouns; present participles
© and ® 2007 Vista Higher Learning, Inc Point de départ Use the subjunctive with verbs and expressions of will and emotion. Verbs and expressions.
The infinitives of most French verbs end in -er
Prepositions. PREPOSITIONS: *sous - under *devant - in front of *sur - on *derrière- behind *dans - in *à côté de - next to *à gauche de - to the left.
Relative Pronouns Relative pronouns are words that connect two clauses of a sentence to create a more complex sentence rather than having two simpler.
The Posessive MY, YOUR, HIS, HER, THEIR are English posessives but their French singular equivalents indicate the gender of the object owned, not the gender.
Qui est présent? Pour commencer Les devoirs De nouveau vocabulaire.
Adjectifs possessifs et pronoms possessifs
Point de départ A noun designates a person, place, or thing. As in English, nouns in French have number (singular or plural). However, French nouns also.
Point de départ Adjectives are words that describe people, places, and things. In French, adjectives are often used with the verb être to point out.
Point de départ You have learned how to make affirmative and declarative statements in French. Now you will learn how to form questions and make negative.
The pronouns y and en The pronoun y often represents a location. In this case, it usually means there. Nous allons en Côte d’Ivoire. We go to the Ivory.
Do Now Choose the correct word to complete the sentence. 1. An architect is someone who/which designs building. 2. A vacuum cleaner is something that/whose.
Les pronoms “y” et “en”.
Point de départ Numbers in French follow patterns, as they do in English. First, learn the numbers 0–30. The patterns they follow will help you learn.
Point de départ In Leçon 6A, you learned to form the passé composé with avoir. Some verbs, however, form the passé composé with être. © 2015 by Vista.
© 2010 Vista Higher Learning, Inc. All rights reserved The infinitives of most French verbs end in -er. To form the present tense of regular -er.
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