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QUEEN'SFREN 106Catherine D Marie DhavernasFall

FREN 106 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Bombe, Demonstrative, Infinitive

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The demonstrative pronoun, which varies in gender and number, is used to replace a noun specified by the context or by meaningful gesture: Example: reg
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QUEEN'SFREN 106Catherine D Marie DhavernasFall

FREN 106 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: French Verbs, Vowel, Voir

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Etre (to be) and avoir (to have) are essential french verbs. Used on their own, they are full verbs follows: follow: Avoir generally expresses possessi
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QUEEN'SFREN 106Catherine D Marie DhavernasFall

FREN 106 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Fauteuil, Fish, Asteroid Family

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A direct object pronoun refers to a previously mentioned person or thing that receives the action of the verb and is not preceded by a preposition. The
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QUEEN'SFREN 106Catherine D Marie DhavernasFall

FREN 106 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Fish, Preposition And Postposition, Ring Binder

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To line up; to tidy; to arranger; to park. The partitive articles go before the noun and are used to express an indefinite quantity. The preposition en
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QUEEN'SFREN 106Catherine D Marie DhavernasFall

FREN 106 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Ministry Of Intelligence, Voir, Caillou

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A negative usually has the two following elements: ne / n" (placed before the verb) and pas / plus (placed after the verb or the auxiliary). Je ne sais
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QUEEN'SFREN 106Catherine D Marie DhavernasFall

FREN 106 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Sotho Grammar, Alarm Clock, Girdle

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[place of adverbs] thirteen three to find oneself; feel; be value; merit. As adverbs represent a huge grammatical category, it is difficult to define p
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QUEEN'SFREN 106Catherine D Marie DhavernasFall

FREN 106 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Contact Lens, Indefinite Pronoun, Regular And Irregular Verbs

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Words adolescent (m) adresse (f) adulte (double genre) Bague (f) bracelet (m) canap (m) confondre cours de tennis (m) debout d cembre d lai dialogue (m
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QUEEN'SFREN 106Catherine D Marie DhavernasFall

FREN 106 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Personal Pronoun, Custard Tart, Mashed Potato

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QUEEN'SFREN 106Catherine D Marie DhavernasFall

FREN 106 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Surcoat, Peignoir, Torse

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Bermuda (m) blouson (f) bouche (f) cale on (m) chandail (m) chaussette (f) chausson (m) cheveux (m) col (m) collant (m) collier (m) costume (m) couleur
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QUEEN'SFREN 106Catherine D Marie DhavernasFall

FREN 106 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Voir, Fish, Regular And Irregular Verbs

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France gar on (m) grand-p re (m) grassouillet habiter homme (m) humain (m) immeuble (m) individu (m) Maman (f) mari (m) mari marier (se) maturit (f) Me
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