French 101 Notes, Regular ER Verbs and Possessive Adjective

French 101 Notes, Regular ER Verbs and Possessive Adjective...

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French 101 Notes, Regular ER Verbs and Possessive Adjective Parler: to speak Je – parle Tu – parles Il – parle Elle – parle On – parle Nous – parlons Vous – parlez Ils – parlent To negate: Je ne parle pas…(etc) Chanter: to sing Je – chante Tu – chantes Il – chante Elle – chante On – chante Nous – chatons Vous – chantez Ils – chantent To negate: Tu ne chantes pas…(etc) Possesive Adjectives: The possessive adjective agrees in numbers and gender with the noun following it. It does
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Unformatted text preview: not matter whether the possessor is a male or female. For singular words beginning with a vowel sound, always use the masculine adjective. (Masculine) My: Mon Your: Ton His / Her: Son Our: Notre Theirs: Leur (Feminine) My: Ma Your: Ta His / Her: Sa Our: Notre Theirs: Leur (Plural) My: Mes Yours: Tes His / Her: Ses Ours: Nos Theirs: Leurs...
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This note was uploaded on 08/15/2011 for the course FRENCH 101 taught by Professor Gaudin during the Spring '08 term at Rutgers.

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