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FREN 1150 Lecture 8: unit 8 notes
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Department
French Studies
Course
FREN 1150
Professor
Olivia Palermo
Semester
Winter

Description
Unit 8 Cognate= words that are the same in form and meaning in two different languages (orally usually different) nasal vowels are obligatory. There is a difference between / andi / [Anne dit] and / di / [en dit]; between / / [Jean] and / an / [Jeanne]. Ex. Second(ENG) = seconde(FRE) but pronounced segonde Some words look identical but the ending is pronounced differently. This is especially true for cognates ending in "-tion": English pronounces / / whereas French pronounces / sj / Ex. Construction words of Latin
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