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Unformatted text preview: Prenez place ! - Take a seat! (very common expression. No article before place, you should not say Prenez la place) Les films sont fascinants! Allez-vous au cinéma? Pourquoi? Vous aimez les films? Pour demander quels films jouent au cinéma, on dit Qu’est-ce qui joue au cinéma? . On achète les places au guichet, où l'employé(e) les vend. On entre dans la salle du cinéma pour regarder un film. Quel est votre genre de film préféré? Louez-vous des vidéos? des DVDs?. G: -enir verbs -enir verbs are irregularly conjugated (they do not count as regular -ir verbs). Venir The most common -enir verb is venir. The verb venir is translated to to come. When it means to come from, venir is used with the preposition de. Nous venons du stade. You can also use venir with a verb to state that you have recently accomplished an action. **Je viens de finir mes devoirs (I've just finished my homework). Formation In the present indicative, venir (and all other -enir verbs) are conjuagted as follows: French Verb • Present Indicative • audio (upload) venir to come (past participle - venu(e)(s)) Singular first person je viens jeuh vee ehn I come second person tu viens too vee ehn you come il vient eel vee ehn he comes third person elle vient ell vee ehn she comes Plural nous venons noo venn oh we come vous venez voo vennay you come ils viennent eel vee ehn they come (masc. or mixed) on vient oh vee ehn one comes elles viennent ell vee ehn they come (fem.) Other -enir Verbs revenir - to come back, to return devenir - to become appartenir - to belong contenir - to contain détenir - to keep, to detain retenir - to retain se souvenir - to remember soutenir - to support ...
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