FRN-101 (Mais Oui) Chapitre 1 Notes

FRN-101 (Mais Oui) Chapitre 1 Notes - Chapitre 1: Qui...

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Unformatted text preview: Chapitre 1: Qui tes-vous? p. 22 26 : Introducing Yourself Le verbe tre et les pronoms sujets: - tre (to be), can be used to describe yourself and others and to say where someone is from. Conjugation of tre Singular Plural je sui s nous sommes tu es vous tes il / elle / on est ils/elles sont- ils refers to any group that includes a male- ells refers to groups of females only- vous is the formal you ; it is the plural for you (both formal and farmiliar)- on is same as the noun people , and the pronouns one, you, and they .- de is used after the proper form of tre to say where you are from ( Question ) [ Formel ] Dus es-tu? [ Familiar ] Dus tes-vous? ( Answer ) [ Formel ] Je suis de Boston. [ Familiar ] Nous sommes de Boston. p. 24 25 : Stating Nationality and Profession Masculin Fminine Singular Pluriel Singular Pluriel Page 1 of 10 prsident prsident prsident s prsident e prsident es secrtaire secrtaire secrtaire s secrtaire secrtaire s espagnol espagnol espagnol s espagnol e espagnol es algrien algrien algrien s algr ienn e algr ienne s Professions- acteur (actrice) actor (actress)- architecte architect- artise artist- athlte athlete- avocet(e) lawyer- chanteur (chanteuse) singer- dentiste dentist- crivain writer- ingnieur engineer- journaliste journalist- mcanicien(ne) - mechanic - mdecin (docteur) doctor- musician(ne) musician- peintre painter- politician(ne) politician- president(e) president- secrtaire - secretary Nationalities- africain(e) African- algrien(ne) Algerian- allemande(e) German- amricain(e) American- anglais(e) English- belge Belgian Page 2 of 10- brsilien(ne) Brazilian- canadien(ne) Canadian- chinois(e) Chinese- espagnol(e) Spanish- franais(e) French- italien(ne) Italian- japonais(e) Japanese- marocain(e) Moroccan- mexicain(e) Mexican- russe Russian- sngalais(e) Senegalese- Suisse Swiss Le genre et le Nombre :- Most adjectives and nopuns can be made feminine by adding an e to the masculine form. The e is not pronounced, but the consonant that precedes it is pronounced. In is not pronounced, but the consonant that precedes it is pronounced....
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