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♥ Chauffe-tête ♥ Write the question AND answer in your cahier. These will be the start of today’s notes. 1.What are the subject pronouns in English? 2.What are the subject pronouns in French? 3.Where do subject pronouns go in a sentence?
Subject Pronouns Subject pronouns are (usually) the first word of a sentence. Subject pronouns are: Singulier (one person)Pluriel (plural/multiple people) I Je/J’We Nous You TuYou/Y’all Vous He/She/it Il/Elle/onThey Ils/Elles
Conjugating We have to change verbs to fit the subject pronoun! This means get rid of the final –er (which means ‘to’) and put: -e-ons -es-ez -e-ent
VERB NOTECARDS: FRONT: Verb with –er attached BACK: definition with « to ________ » – We will conjugate together tomorrow, just draw chart
Requirements and tips for the verb notecards REQUIRED ON CARD: You must have the chart You must write out the subject pronouns TIP/SUGGESTION Color-code the subject pronouns and the endings Put the English translations if you think you won’t remember
Things to know: There are two types of verbs: – REGULAR: They follow the pattern – IRREGULAR: They do not follow the pattern What is the pattern? – You drop the –er (to) from the verb and add for the subject pronouns: Je/j’ _________eNous _________ons Tu _________esVous _________ez Il/Elle/on _________eIls/Elles _________ent
What if it is IRREGULAR? Well… these verbs simply need to be looked up and then memorized! CHEATER RESOURCE: – www.WordReference.com www.WordReference.com Click ‘Conjugator’ at the top and select « French »