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Department
Francais Langue Seconde
Course
FRLS 1035
Professor
V L Donsky
Semester
Fall

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T September 20, 2011 Tuesday, September 20, 5:30 PM Nous écoutons Je suis mariée. I am married. Vous êtes Ils apprennent Il est marié. He is married. Elles écrivent Elle est mariée. She is married. Les hôtels Les artistes If the name of the country ends in -e, it is feminine (with the exception of Mexique). FÉMININ DES ADJECTIFS NATIONALITÉS 1. Silent final consonants + e Ex: Anglais+ e → Anglais ; Mexecai n + e → Mexicain ; e Exception: Espagnol+ e → Espagnol e 2. The ending IEN + NNE → IENNE Ex: Canad ien + ne → Canad ienne; Italien + ne → Itaienne 3. The ending ÉEN + NNE → ÉENNE Ex: Coréen + ne → Cor éenne ; Européen + ne → Europ éenne 4. When in masculine there is the final - E we don't change it in fem
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