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Chapter 7 Study Guide (test 2)

by: Emmy Thornsberry

Chapter 7 Study Guide (test 2) 1002

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These notes cover all of chapter 7 from class and concepts from the book. - le passe compose avec être - les saisons, mois, année - le verbe venir - le pronom "y"
French II
Mrs. Hutchinson
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french, passe compose, venir, pronom-y
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This 2 page Study Guide was uploaded by Emmy Thornsberry on Thursday September 22, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to 1002 at Georgia College & State University taught by Mrs. Hutchinson in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 16 views. For similar materials see French II in French at Georgia College & State University.


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Date Created: 09/22/16
Prononciation  ­ Review pronunciations of O sounds    Le passe compose avec etre    Je  suis  Verbes  netre    retourner  tomber  Tu  es  aller  venir  rentrer  entrer  Il/Elle/On  est  amuser  revenir  rester  coucher  Nous  sommes  mortir  devenir  entendre    Vous  etes  lever  arriver  partir    Ils/Elles  sont  mourir  monter  sorir      ­ Generally used with verbs of movement  ­ Verb agrees with subject. Elle est partie ​ ​ hier soir.   ­ Reflexive pronoun comes before the conjugated etre     Le pronom “y”  ­ Takes the place of there in a sentence  ­ Ex Ta soeur est en France? Oui, elle y est.  ­ Your sister is in France? Yes she is there.  ­ Y is placed in front of the conjugated verb in the present and passe compose   ­ In the future form or when the two verbs are relative to each other, y is placed in  front of the infinitive. Ex. Je vais y aller. I am going there.     Le verbe venir  ­ Venir­ to come; venir de­ to come from  Je  viens  Nous  venons  Tu  viens  Vous  venez  Il/Elle/On  vient  Ils/Elles  viennent  ­ Venir de is used to describe where a person is from. De is used with feminine places,  and du is used with masculine places.     Les mois d’annee, des saisons, et les temps  ­ Months­ en+mois   ­ En janvier il fait frois  ­ Le premier  ​       ​­ the first of the month   ­ Seasons­ en+saison except spring (le printemps)  ­ En ete, en automne, en hiver, au printemps   ­ Le temps­ en saison il fait  ​     ​­ In (season) it is   ­ En ete il fait beau. (In summer it is beautiful/nice out)  ­ En automne il fait mauvais. (In fall the weather is bad)  ­ En hiver il fait frois. (In winter it is cold)  ­ Au printemps il pleut. (In spring it rains)    Take home  ­ P 211 part E. A vous  ­ P 215 Redaction 


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