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December 4, 2012 Tyrell Williams French Verbs
Adorer, to adore English: I adore my Mom French: J’ai adorer mon la maman
Aimer, To like English: I love you French: Je t’ aime
Chanter, to sing English: I sing sometimes when I was in Elementary schools French: J’ai chanter quelquefois quand j’ai was en l’ecole primaire
Danser, to dance English: I dance sometimes in High school French: l’ecole secondaire
Demander, to ask English: I asked someone what todays date French: je demander quelqu’un Quelle est la date aujourd’hui
Trouver (to find) English: I lost my tv, I had to find it or I would get in trouble. French: J’ai avoir ma tele, J’ai had trouver
Donner, to give English: French:
Ecouter, to listen to English: French:
Etudier, to study English: French:
Habiter, to live English: French:
Jouer, to play English: French:
Montrer, to show English: French:
Presenter, to introduce English: French:
Regarder, to watch English: French:
Recontrer, to meet
Rester, to remain
Travailler, to work English: French:
Aimermieux, to prefer English: French:
Chercher, to look for English: French:
Detester, to hate English: French:
WHAT IS AN INFINITIVE? The infinitive is the basic, unconjugated form of a verb, sometimes called the name of the verb. In English the infinitive is to.
Les Verbes -ER. To Sing Chanter To think Penser.
Les verbes réguliers en -er Vocabulaire A. Verbs for discussing classroom activities… 1. parler – to speak 2. étudier – to study 3. écouter – to listen.
ER Verbs. ER verbs have special rules for putting them in a sentence because you wouldnt just say She to eat. You would say she eats.
-er verbs One of 3 groups of verbs in French. The Conjugations of aimer (to like) Jaime Tuaimes Il/Elle/Onaime Nousaimons Vousaimez Ils/Ellesaiment Remember:
Leçon 5 Vocabulaire Français I. verbs that end in ER chanter – to sing danser – to dance dîner – to have dinner dîner au restaurant – to eat out écouter.
Ch 3—er verbs verb…it’s what you do. Conjugating –er verbs 1.Drop the –er like it’s 2. This is your stem. 3.Add the appropriate endings! parler je nous.
Français I – Leçon 2A Structures Present tense of regular –er verbs.
Two verbs in one sentence. More than one verb There are a few verbs in french that can be followed immediately by another verb in the same sentence. This.
Verbs in French. Verb shows ACTION Examples: RunDanceSing.
Subject-Verb Agreement Using the correct form of the conjugated verb.
Chapitre 2 Lesson 1 Le vocabulaire. Chapitre 2 Lesson 1 Le vocabulaire.
Français 1 – Unité 3 Vocabulaire. les pronoms sujets la négation le verbe et linfinitif les verbes réguliers –er faire être linterrogatif le verbe + linfinitif.
Verbes en -er Madame Dabla. Infinitive The form of the verb we find in the dictionary is called the “infinitive”.
7:30-8:13- 1 st period 8:19-9:04- 2 nd period 9:10-9:53- 3 rd period 9:59-10:42-4 th period 10:48-11:14 LUNCH 11:46-12:12-5 th period 12:18-1:01-6 th period.
Er verbs. Infinitive verbs An infinitive verb in English looks like this: TO SING TO before the verb makes it infinitive In French, the marker is the.
er verb conjugation Refresher: what is conjugation? Conjugation is changing the verb to match the subject of the sentence. (The subject is the person.
Using the past tense Step One: er verbs. You need a marker board. Write down all of the subjects (Je, Tu, etc.)
Home Une boum 7 7 LEÇON D La construction: verbe + infinitif p. 98 Note the use of the infinitive in the following French sentences. Jaime parler français.
Verbs! What is a verb?. Verbs! A verb is an action word (in English, begins with to) Examples: – To write – To look – To jump – To sing – To bat your.
Lecon 7 – ER Verbs. Regular vs. Irregular verbs There are two different categories of verbs in French: There are two different categories of verbs in.
© and ® 2011 Vista Higher Learning, Inc.2A.1-1 The infinitives of most French verbs end in -er. To form the present tense of regular -er verbs, drop the.
Learning Objectives: To know what an INFINITIVE is and how to use it to help you build sentences.
Echauffement/warm up: MATCH-UP ! aujourdhui soir demain matin ce soir bientôt ce matin this morning tomorrow today evening soon this evening morning Copy.
Continué... Two types of questions Yes/no questions Information questions 3 ways to write a question in French Intonation Voice rises at the end Est-ce.
Conjugation for regular verbs (-er, -ir, and –re).
Futur proche. Futur Proche The futur proche or the near future is a verb tense in French that describes what someone is going to do. Hence a future tense.
Les Verbs en ER. La Conjugation des Verbs What is la conjugation? Taking the regular form of the verb (to have, to eat, etc) …and changing it to agree.
Pronouns A pronoun is word which replaces a ………… noun Examples of pronouns in French are je, tu, ils, elles etc; these are words which replace, for example,
-er verbs. On p. 31 of your text are many new verbs, many of which are considered regular –er verbs. This means they all are spelled similarly when writing.
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