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Unformatted text preview: Ne sors-tu jamais? (Don't you ever go out?) Ne veux-tu pas sortir? (Don't you want to go out?) Ne se sont-ils pas levs? (Didn't they get up?) When the third person singular of the verb ( il, elle, on ) ends in a vowel, a - t- is inserted between the verb and the subject pronoun to prevent having two vowels sounds together: Travaille-t-il? (Is he working?) A-t-elle fini? (Did she finish?) But, consider the following: Obit-elle? (Does she obey?) S'est-il lav? (Did he wash himself?)...
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- Spring '08