Prepositions

Prepositions - Verb to pronoun: Il s'est assis ct de moi....

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Prepositions Prepositions relate elements in a sentence: noun to noun, verb to verb, or verb to noun/pronoun.  Prepositions may contract when followed by an article:  à  +  le  =  au, à  +  les  +  aux, de  +  le  =  du, de  +  les  =  des.   Noun to noun: C'est le livre de ma soeur.  (That's my sister's book.)  Verb to verb: Il apprend à danser.  (He's learning to dance.)  Verb to noun: Elle joue avec son chien.  (She's playing with her dog.) 
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Unformatted text preview: Verb to pronoun: Il s'est assis ct de moi. (He sat next to me.) The most common prepositions (or groups of words used as prepositions) are: (to) cause de (because of) ct de (next to) demain (see you tomorrow) droite (to the right) gauche (to the left) partir de (beginning with)...
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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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