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Français 111 - Contrôle 5 - Study Guide 1. Vocabulary – know the names of foods on pages 151-152. Also, the names of the vendors and shops (pp.152-153): La boulangerie un(e) boulanger/ère La boucherie un(e) boucher/ère J’achète du fromage chez le crémier OR à la crémerie Etc. 2. L’article partitif (156-157) and mass nouns (uncountable nouns) Count nouns Mass nouns Partitive article indicates indefinite amount of mass nouns To refer to many, use “des” use de + le = du, de + la, de + l’ – meaning « some » or « any » des légumes de l’argent des bananes de la viande des saucisses de l’eau des bouteilles du vin des oranges du champagne des vêtements du pain In a negative sentence, don’t use the definite article, only use « de » and « d’ » Exception – when there is the verb « être » I want (some) water Je veux de l’ eau. BUT : I don’t want any water Je ne veux pas d’ eau. There is water in the fridge.
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course FRENCH 111 taught by Professor Mashakamyshkova during the Spring '08 term at University of Tennessee.

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