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Brenna BromwellFrench 101December 16, 2016Final Review:**Review: questions/weather/vocab/gender/numbersModules 1 & 2:Talk about what people and things are like using adjectivesIl/elle est: he/she isAdjectives follow nouns they modifyBAGS (beauty, age, goodness, and size): precede nounExceptions:Beau: bell homme/ beau prof.Nouveau: nouvel homme/nouveau prof.Vieux: vieil homme/ vieux prof.Descriptive adjectives:Indicates quality of noun/pronounAdd -e to make feminine formPredicative: connected to noun by linking verbAttributive: connected directly to the noun-comes after (except BAGS)C’est: it is (singular)Ce sont: they are (plural)Subject + etre + job/nationality (ex. Il est advocate)C’est or Ce sont + article (un/une/des)Must use this form when modified by adjective or phraseMasculineFeminine-ée-if-ive-eux-euse-eur-euse-on-onne-os-osseNegation:Ne + verb + pasIf the verb begins with a vowel, drop the e in “ne” and add apostropheUn → de with negationPasse compose: place ne...pas around auxiliary verbEx. Je n’ai pas vu.Futur proche: place ne...pas around conjugated form of allerEx. Je ne vais pas nager.Ex. je ne vais pas la regarde (with direct object pronouns)
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With direct object pronouns: place ne...pas around the pronoun, before verbEx. Je ne l’ai pas manger.Modules 3 & 4: FamilyPossession:My: mon/ma/mesYour: ton/ta/tesHis/her/its: son/sa/sesOur: notre/nosYour: votre/vosTheir: leur/leursMasculine form is used before singular feminine nouns beginning with a vowel or mute hDe + nomDe + le= duDe + les=desDe + l’= unchangedDe + la=unchangedPronominal/reflexive verbs: action of verb is reflectedback on the subject (action is done to oneself-needme/te/se/nous/vous/se)Se coucher: to go to bedSe dépêcher: to hurry upS'habiller: to get dressedSe lever: to get upSe préparer: to prepare oneselfSe relaxer: to relaxSe retrouver: to meet up withSe lever: to get up *accent grave added withje/tu/il/elleMasculine and feminine forms in professions:MasculineFeminine-ien-ienne-ier-ière-eur-euse-eur-riceSometimes when masculine form ends in -e, the article/pronoun indicates genderHomme/femmeOnly masculine forms: professeur, médecin, cadreTelling time:
Du matin: morningDe l’après-midi: 12-6 pmDu soir: 6 pm-midnightEt demi: half pastMoins le quart: quarter toPrepositions:EnglishFrenchdansindevantIn front ofsuronsousunderentrebetweenderrièrebehindLoin deFar fromPrès denearEn face defacingAu-dessus deaboveAu-dessous debelowÀ côte deNext toModules 5 & 6:Weather: **review vocabSaison + être + adjectiveIl fait + adjective (ex. Il fait beau)Il y a + nom (ex. Il y a des orages, il y a neige)Asking questions:1.Phrase + déclarative + ?

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