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You form the comparative by :more than: plus….que less than: moins ….que as …as: aussi….que
The adjective or adverb will go in the …If it is an adjective, it will agree with the noun it describes.
You will use the stress pronouns when you are saying than I, you, he, etc.In French, they say me, you, him, etc.
me moi you toi him lui her elle us nous you all vous them euxStress Pronouns me moi you toi him lui her elle us nous you all vous them eux them elles
He is taller than I. Il est plus grand que moi. They are smarter than she. Ils sont plus intelligents qu’elle. We are as nice as those boys. Nous sommes aussi gentils que ces garçons.
C’est / Ce sont Versus Il / Elle est Ils / Elles sont.
with adjectives & nouns
Français 2 Chapitre 6 Grammaire 2
Les pronoms direct: le, la, les
ER Verbs Verbs that end in -er. Just a quick review If you see a moi by itself it is replaced by Je If you see a toi by itself, it is replaced by Tu If.
Basic Negation NO!!. Setting the scene: You are in France when a murder is committed. You were found at the scene of the crime. The police bring you in.
Les pronoms sujets Unite 3 Lecon 6.
A Note how comparisons are expressed in the following sentences:
A. Le comparatif p.234 Comparative constructions are used to compare people or things. Cet hôtel est aussi moderne que l’autre. This hotel is as modern.
Your first verb! être. What is a verb?? To run, to see, to teach, to be, to have, etc. The action of the sentence!
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.
Les pronoms français Or… French pronouns.
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.
Stress pronouns and possessives
Chapitre 6. The Imperfect Tells how things were or what used to happen repeatedly in the past. Formation: Take present-tense nous conjugation, drop –ons,
Le Verbe “Faire”.
Reflexive Verbs Use reflexive verbs in French when the same person performs and receives the action of the verb. The infinitive of a reflexive verb will.
Avoir- to have. Use it to say that someone has something. E.g. He has a pen or I have a book. Il a un stylo. J ai un livre. JaiNous avons Tu asVous avez.
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.
SUBJECT PRONOUNS PLURAL SINGULAR 1st PERSON: WE=NOUS 1st PERSON: I=JE
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