SS 3 French (1st Term)

French

Les articles partitifs

Les articles partitifs ( The partitive articles ) The definite article   In English, there is only oe form of the definite article: The. In French, there are three forms, depending on the gender and number of the noun following he article _____ with a masculine singular noun: le _____ with a feminine singular _____   […]

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La Redaction

Ecrire une letter a votre pere/mere ou amiles pour remercier pour ce qu’il/elle a fait pour vous. Ecrivez une letter pour invitr un(e) ami (e) a votre anniversaire.   Abuja, le 14 Septembre 2015 Chere Blessing,   Comment ca va/vas-tu? J’espere que tout porte bien/tout marche bien/tout va bien.  Ici nous allons bien/nous sommes tres

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LES PRONOMS RELATIFS

Relative pronoun introduces a supplementary statement to the noun which is mentioned just before it.  It helps to relate nouns to other parts of statement in which they are Example: Qui,        Que/qu’, Don’t, Ou   Qui:        is a subject of a verb La sac qui est devant, est ma sac. L’homme qui est ici, est

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LES PRONOMS REFLEXIFS

This is a situation where the subject is also the object.  The person who performs the action is the same person who receives the actions. Singulier               Me/m                   Te/t’                      /Se/s’ Pluriel   Nous                     vous                      se/s’   Les Phrases Me/m’:                Je m’appelle Vivian Okoh Je me reveille a cinq heures chaque jour. Te/t’:                     Tu te laves chaque

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L’OBJET DIRECT PLURIEL

Nous: il nous ecrit                                            He writes us Il nous appelle main tenant Vous:    vous nous partagez souvent You share us often Elle vous voit                      She sees us Les:        Elle les voit                                          She sees them Il les voit                                              He sees them Je les salue                                         I greet them.   L’OBJET INDIRECT In indirect objects, there

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Les pronoms

A pronoun is a word that is used in a sentence instead of a noun. It is used instead of a noun to avoid repetition.   It can also be used as the subject of a sentence.  It can be used as the object (direct or indirect) of a verb after a preposition.   TYPES

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