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Leçon 7 Pages 92-101. An infinitive is when the verb is still in its natural state. It has the ending still attached (for example – er) and when you translate.

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2 An infinitive is when the verb is still in its natural state. It has the ending still attached (for example – er) and when you translate it to English, the verb has “to” attached. Travaill = work er to How do I know if that verb is an ifinitive? 1) Ending attached (-er, -ir, -re) 2) Translates with “to”

3 Making the STEM of a verb ending in -er 1. Take the infinitive (to + verb) 2. Remove the –er (drop it like it’s hot) 3. Smile. You did it! Danser (to dance) Danser X Dans-

4 Making the STEM of a verb ending in -er 1. Take the infinitive (to + verb) 2. Remove the –er (drop it like it’s hot) 3. Smile. You did it! chanter (to sing) chanter X chant- NOTES

5 Je -eNous -ons Tu -esVous -ez Il -e Elle Ils -ent Elles -er verb endings: JeNous TuVous Il Elle Ils/Elles chante chantes chante chantez chantent chantons Chanter = to sing Remember: 1)Drop the –er from the infinitive 2)Add ending for the correct subject X NOTES

6 Elle chante bien. She is singing well. She sings well. She does sing well. NOTES Not: Elle est chante bien. x

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8 Ne + VERB + pas Je travaille là.I work there. 1. Find the conjugated verb ne pas 2. place a “ne” before the verb 3. place a “pas” after the verb do not I am working there.not

9 Vocabulaire – pg 100 NOTES We go after the verb!!! Dommage! = too bad


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