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être ou ne pas être….
What does this mean? It means pairing up the subject with the right form of the verb. For example, the verb “to be” in English is conjugated: I am, you are, he is, we are, and they are. You’d never hear: I be, you be, he be, etc.
SingularPlural je Inous we tu youvousyou il he or itilsthey (m) elle she or itelles they (f) on one You have to memorize these! You will use them all the time!!!!!!!
On refers to people in general. In English its equivalent is one, you or they. It also means we in a casual style. En France, on parle francais. In France they speak French.
When you learn a new verb, write it in 2 columns… always in the same order. je suisnous sommes tu esvous êtes il/elle/on estils/elles sont
To say what profession someone is, you never use an article: Je suis professeur. Will Ferrell est acteur. Ariana Grande est chanteuse. Tu es élève.