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FREN 1003 Lecture 1: French 1003 Note 8/22/2016

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Department
French
Course Code
FREN 1003
Professor
Dr.Playwright

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Class Notes 8/22/2016 My name is… Je Ma’appelle…. I am from… Je suis de… What is your name? Quest-ce que tu ta’appelle? How are you? “Tu”- informal and singular. “Vous”- formal and plural. Informal conversation- Ca va? *informal is to those who you know and Formal conversation- Comment alley-vous? Formal is to those who you are not close to Or socially rank above you in the Responses: conversation* Good/Okay Ca va Great/Really good Ca va bien Not good/Bad Ce na pas mal. Textbook Notes 8/22/2016 Etre- To Be Infinitive Irregular Verb Singular Plural Singular Plural Je suis Nous sommes I am We are Tu es Vous etes --------> You are You are Il est Ils sont He is They are (male) Elle est Elles sont She is They are (female) On est We/They are The pronoun Etre can be used to replace nouns. Ex: Alex est du Paris? Alexis from Paris? Non, il est de Montreal. No, he is from Montreal. “Tu” and “Vous” are used depending on when appropriate in the conversation. Ex: Informal and one person: Oliver, tu es de
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