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Comment t’appelles-tu? Je m’appelle Sophie.
Comment s’appelle-t-il? Il s’appelle David Beckham.
Comment s’appelle-t-elle? Elle s’appelle Princess Fiona.
Song version 1 (to the tune of “Three Blind Mice”) Comment s’appelle - t - il? Il s’appelle David. Comment s’appelle - t - elle? Elle s’appelle Fiona.
Song version 2 (to the tune of “Three Blind Mice”) Comment t’appelles - tu? Je m’appelle Sophie. Comment t’appelles - tu? Je m’appelle Mohammed.
Comment t’appelles- _ _? Je m’appelle Sophie.
t’appelles-tu? Je m’appelle Sophie.
Comment t’ tu? Je m’appelle Sophie.
Comment t’appelles -tu? Je m’appelle _ _ _ _ _ _.
Comment t’appelles -tu? _ _ m’appelle Sophie.
Comment t’appelles -tu? Je _’ _ _ _ _ _ _ _Sophie.
Retournez au début! Click on one of the six subjects!
Le verbe être au singulier The verb to be. La norme Comparisons 4.1 Understanding the nature of language through comparisons.
Imperfect tense. Uses of the imperfect: Saying what you used to do Describing things in the past Saying what you were doing.
HostedBy Karen Baudry Classroom items Commands Greetings Common phrases
Les Fourmis. Learning Goals By the end of this unit you will be able to: 1)Use être to tell about yourself & others 2)Use different adjectives (e.g. actif.
Verbes en -er Madame Dabla. Infinitive The form of the verb we find in the dictionary is called the “infinitive”.
The irregular verb faire The infinitive form (faire) means to do/to make Use this verb to say things like: I make a pizza.Je fais une pizza. You do your.
L’alphabet Comment ça s’écrit ? aahnen bbayooh csayppay ddayqku eerrair fefsess gzhayttay hashuu ieevvay jzheewdoobl vay kkaxeex lelyee grec memzzed.
Prendre and verbs like it. Prendre has three meanings: to take, to eat and to drink. As you have been told prendre is irregular. The following is its.
Study Guide for Proficiency Interviews. Interview #1-Socializing “Making small talk…”
Grammaire: Leçon 6 Introduction to Verb Conjugation and Subject Pronouns.
Get Your Conjugation On! Les Verbes -ER. Il y a _____ categories de verbes en français: _________, _________, y _________. 3 -ER-IR-RE.
Subject Pronouns. Subjects n The subject of a sentence is the person or thing performing the action. u The boy rides his bike to school. u The book is.
French 2 October 22, Write the number in French:
ER VERBS Verbs in french always have the following endings: ER IR RE.
ALLER TO GO The verb aller is irregular. Is does not conjugate like a normal –er verb at all. The following is the conjugation.
Aller To go. Aller Je vais Tu vas Il va Elle va On va Nous_allons Vous_allez Ils vont Elles vont.
Leçon 15: -Er Verbs. Vocabulary Review What does it mean to conjugate? To change a verb from it’s infinitive form What is another name to call the.
FUTURE TENSE IRREGULAR AND REGULAR VERBS REGULAR VERBS ALWAYS KEEP THE WHOLE VERB, EXCEPT WHEN A VERB END IN E, IF IT DOES… REMOVE THE E.ALWAYS KEEP.
Le Subjonctif La Formation. This is a really simple tense to form. it has VERY few irregulars.
Your first verb! être. What is a verb?? To run, to see, to teach, to be, to have, etc. The action of the sentence!
Petit(e)(s) The extra e is used when describing one female. The extra s is used when describing more than one. Adjective: A word that describes a noun.
Nouns and Pronouns Sentences with nouns as subjects Sentences with pronouns as subjects Carole sings well. Carole chante bien. Simon is blond. Simon est.
LE FUTUR! COMMENT EST-CE QUON FAIT LE FUTUR?. TAKE THE INFINITIVE LEAVE ON THE IR, ER OR – FOR –RE VERBS, JUST THE R. ADD THE FUTURE ENDINGS: JE = AI.
Les verbes en ~er The basic form of the verb is called the infinitive. Many French infinitives end in ~er. Most of these verbs are conjugated like chanter.
-IR Verbs How to conjugate regular –IR Verbs. As you will recall, French verbs are generally of three kinds: (1)-ER Verbs (2)-IR Verbs (3)-RE Verbs We.
AVOIR MAL (to have pain, ache, be hurt…). Je (I) Tu (You-informal/singular) Il (He) Elle (She) Nous (we) Vous (you-formal/plural) Ils (they-at least one.
Aller à To go to in English does not change ever! I go to school, you go to church, We go to the theatre, they go to London…
Les pronoms français Or… French pronouns Pronouns…what are they? Pronouns are words that take the place of nouns. They are usually much shorter words.
A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z.
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