furieux - furieux(euse)(furious) gn(e)(bothered)...

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furieux(euse)  (furious)  gêné(e)  (bothered)  heureux(euse)  (happy)  irrité(e), énervé(e)  (irritated)  malheureux(euse)  (unhappy)  mécontent(e)  (displeased)  surpris(e)  (surprised)  triste  (sad)  Do the following to properly express emotions: Use the subject pronoun +  être  (conjugated) + adjective +  que  + …:  Je suis triste  qu'il soit malade . (I'm sad that he's sick.)  Use   avoir  instead of   être  with   peur  (fear) and   honte  (shame):   Il a honte que vous  pleuriez . (He is ashamed that you are crying.)  After certain conjunctions Conjunctions are words that connect and relate vocabulary words and pronouns and that connect  two clauses in a sentence. They are invariable; that is, their spelling never changes. The subjunctive 
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This note was uploaded on 11/09/2011 for the course FR 101 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at Texas State.

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