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Quel temps fait-il? Hier (le 5 mars) il a fait frais. il a neigé il a plu Aujourd’hui (le 6 mars) il fait froid il neige il pleut Demain (le 7 mars) il va faire beau Il va neiger I l v a p l e u v o i r Grammaire ©2006 abcteach.com
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Il fait + adjectif beau nice mauvais bad(weather) bon good humide humid chaud hot lourd muggy frais cool nuageux cloudy froid cold orageux stormy doux mild Il fait chaud. It’s hot. Grammaire ©2006 abcteach.com
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Unformatted text preview: Il fait de + nom Il y a de + nom le soleil sun le vent wind l’orage storm le brouillard fog Il fait du soleil. It’s sunny. Il y a du soleil. It’s sunny. Grammaire ©2006 abcteach.com Il fait un temps Il fait un temps + adjectif ensoleillé sunny couvert overcast nuageux cloudy pluvieux rainy splendide splendid magnifique magnificent couvert. Grammaire ©2006 abcteach.com...
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This note was uploaded on 03/22/2012 for the course FREN 102 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at Washington State University .

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