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Unformatted text preview: . (They are the boys' parents./They are the parents of the boys.) Possession Using tre The idiom tre (to belong to) is usually used to show possession of a thing. Conjugate tre to agree with the subject, and if the sentence contains two or more nouns, repeat the preposition before each noun: Ces CDs sont Mathieu et Bernard . (These CDs belong to Mathew and Bernard.) Note how tre is used in questions, as follows: qui est ce stylo? (Whose pen is this?) qui sont ces magazines? (Whose magazines are these?)...
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- Spring '08