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Intermediate French FREN 210

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FINAL EXAM GRAMMAR REVIEW FRENCH 210 202 FA08 Introduction The material below is a summary of some of the major grammar topics we have covered this semester It does not cover all of the material and you should review your textbook Sur le vif Ch 1 through 5 and related Structures chapters Cahier Interros quizzes inclass exams and other supplemental materials already provided to you or available on Blackboard There are also additional written exercises for practice at the end of this review We have covered the following verb tenses in French 210202 Le present Le futur proche aller in nitif Le passe compose Le passe imm diat venir de in nitif L imparfait Le plus que parfait Le futur sim ple Le conditionnel present Le conditionnel passe brie y u Review of Spellin chan e 39 39 verbs 39239 Reminder about orthographic spelling change verbs In the present tense only nous and vous conjugations remain unchanged Verbs with mute e acheter lever mener promener etc add an accent grave to the last e before the ending j achete elles achetent BUT nous achetons Verbs with accent aigu preferer esperer etc change the accent aigu on the last e to an accent grave j espere je prefere BUT vous preferez Some verbs will double the nal consonant appeler jeter etc before the ending il s appelle tu appelles je jette BUT nous appelons vous jetez Some verbs will change y to i before the ending essayer payer nettoyer etc j essaie elle paie ils nettoient BUT nous essayons vous payez nous nettoyons 39239 For future and conditional present tenses the changes will be made throughout the conjugation including nous and vous j acheterai nous acheterons tu prefereras vous prefererez il jettera nous jetterons j essaierai vous essaierez etc PASSE COMPOSE WITH AVOIR 1 Regular verbs use the present tense of avair past participle To form the past participle drop the in nitive endings and add for ER verbs i for IR verbs and u for RE verbs II a cammenc a pleurer commencer He began to cry J ai ni mes devoirs nir I nished my homework Nous uvans perdu la cle perdre We lost the key 2 In a negative sentence in the passe Ils n ontpas encore reussi compose ne precedes and pus They have not succeeded yet follows the helping verb avair Tu n as pas mange le dejeuner You have not eaten lunch 3 In an interrogative sentence in the passe Ontelles change d avis compose the subject pronoun and the Did they change their opinion helping verb are inverted Le chien util chasse le chat Did the dog chase the cat 4 In a negative interrogative sentence in the N tlvezvaus pas ni passe compose the ne and pas Didn t you nish surround the inverted helping verb and the N atelle pas repondu au professeur subject pronoun Didn t she answer the instructor 5 Irregular verbs use the present tense of Jeudi demierj ai bu du vin avair irregular past participle avoireu etreete connaitreconnu lirelu savoirsu fairefait voirvu boirebu diredit pouvoirpu vouloirvoulu devoird prendrepris apprendreappris comprendrecompris pleuvoirplu falloirfallu suivresuivi ouvrirouvert courircouru L annee derniere elle a appris l anglais Ils mtpris de la glace l ete passe Atil dit la verite a sa mere avanthier N avezvaus pas compris le francais avant d arriver a Paris Leur swur a eu une entrevue pour un emploi Tu n uspusfait tes devoirs Le musee a ouvert a diX heures du matin II PASSE COMPOSE WITH ETRE 1 Regular verbs use the present tense of tre pustpurticiple In French 16 coming amp going verbs and re exive verbs use tre instead of avoir To form the past participle drop the in nitive endings and add e39 for ER verbs i for IR verbs and u for RE verbs Past participles of verbs conjugated with tre agree in gender and number with the subject allervenir urriverpurtir entrersartir resterdevenir tamber revenirretaumerrentrer manterdescendre nuitremaurir Je suis alle39 au magasin Il est purti hier Nous summes sartis samedi soir Elle est ne39e en 1970 Ils sant marts en 1983 Vous vous tes umuse39 avanthier Elle s estpramene e samedi soir 2 In a negative sentence in the passe Ils ne santpus encore retoumes compose ne precedes and pus Nous nous ne sommespus habilles follows the helping verb tre 3 In an interrogative sentence in the passe Sentelles arrivees en retard compose the subject pronoun and the Esti1 reste chez lui mardi helping verb are inverted S estelle levee tot 4 In a negative interrogative sentence in the Ne santeIIes pus revenues passe compose the ne and pus N estelle pus rentree a la maison surround the inverted helping verb and the Ne vous tesvaus pus laves subject pronoun Ne se sentilspus promenes hier 5 Irregular verbs use the present tense of Je suis ne39e en 1949 mon mari est ne en 1948 tre irregular past participle naitrene Notre grandpere est mart en 1983 mourirmort devenirdevenu Tu n espus devenu medecin revenirrevenu venirvenu Elles sant venues hier soir III USE OF LE PASSE COMPOSE39 1 Speci c actions or events started amp Il ufuit ses devoirs completed at de nite time in the past Translates into English simple past He did his homework II a neige39 pendant deuX heures It snowed for two hours 2 Speci c action or event at a speci c point Je suis reste39e chez moi hier soir in past time I stayed home last night 3 Used with the following words amp L unne39epusse e j ai voyage en France eXpressions l annee passee demiere last year avanthier day before yesterday d abord rst en n nally ensuite neXt l ete l hiver passe demier last winter summer nalement nally une deuX etc fois once twice hier yesterday hier soir last evening l autre jour the other day ce jourla that day plusieurs fois several times un jour one day le mois passe dernierlast month la semaine passee demierelast week soudain tout a coupsuddenly Last year I traveled to France Tout ti coup la cloche a sonne Suddenly the bell rang D ubard nous avons pris le diner First we had dinner En n elle est arrivee Finally she arrived Ensuiteje me suis levee NeXt I got up Le maispusse tu as beaucoup etudie Last month you studied a lot L uutre jaur il a rencontre son ami The other day he met his friend D ID t vlt USE OF L IMPARFAIT Ongoing or continuous actions or events in the past Ilfuimit ses devoirs He was doing his homework 2 Habitual or repeated actions or events in Elle jamlit au tennis le matin the past She played tennis in the morning every 3 To describe persons or things or a state of Vous e39tiez fatigue mind in the past You were tired Les oiseauX chantaient The birds were singing 4 Used with the following adverbial Ilfuimit des promenades souvent eXpressions when they imply repetition He took walks often autrefois formerly chaque jour Jefaisais le marche toujours le soir semaine mois annee etc each day de I always went to the market in the evening temps en temps from time to time D habitmle nous allians a l eglise d habitude usually d ordinaire We usually went to church usually frequemment frequently Autrefais il e39tait professeur generalement en general generally Formerly he was a professor quelquefois sometimes souvent often Elles vixitaientleurs parents tous lesjaurs toujours always tous les jours every They visited their parents every day day tout le temps all the time 5 To describe an action or event that was Je sartais quand Luc a telephone going on in the past when another action I was leaving when Luc called or event took place interrupted action Gregory voyageait a l etranger quand il a The action or event that took place is in perdu tous ses papiers the passe compose Gregory was traveling abroad when he lost all of his papers 6 Used with verbs that eXpress a state of II aimait aller a la peche mind over a period of time in the past eg dimer craire de39sirer espe39rer tre penser pauvair pre fe rer regretter savair vaulair He liked to go shing J espe39mis qu il savait le reparer I hoped he knew how to X it J e tuis triste quand elle est morte I was sad when she died V LE PLUSQUE PARFAIT 1 Is formed by using l impmfait of avair or Quand mes amis sont arrives je m e39tais deja tre lepurticipepusse EXpresses a past re veille39 e action that occurred before another past When my friends arrived I had already action mentioned in the same sentence or awakened understood by the conteXt Je lui ai demande s il uvuit lu le livre I asked him if he had read the book 2 Note that for actions terminating Nous venitms de rentrer quand il a sonne a la immediately before another action in the past the eXpression venir de in l imparfait is used porte We had just returned when he rang the doorbell VI LE FUTUR SIMPLE 1 Is formed by using the in nitivefuture simple stem the endings of the present of avair 2 After expressions of time with quand larsque des que aussit t que and ttmt que if a future action is referred to Quand je semi riche j uurai une maison a la campagne Lorsqu elle aura son permis elle paurm conduire 3 To express an imperative for a future action Vousferez ce que le medecin vous dit Tu ne regardems pas la tele ce soir 4 In a sentence that expresses a condition with si and le pr sent when the sentence relates a particular event to take place in the future Si vous venez nous serans content S il pleut demain on n im pas a la campagne Si j ai le temps j irai au cinema Si nous trouvons le chat nous le mettrtms dans la maison VII LE CONDITIONNEL PRESENT 1 Is formed by using the in nitivefuture simple stem the endings of the impmfait of avair or tre le partieipe passe Expresses a past action that occurred before another past action mentioned in the same sentence or understood by the context 2 As a form of politeness Je vaudmis vous parler Sauriezvous l heure SVP Paurriezvous me voir demain J uimerais faire sa 39 3 Where two actions are in the past but the subordinate clause is in the future as compared to the main clause 11 a dit qu il viemlrait demain Je savais que tu leferais Ses parents pensaient qu il semit avocat 4 In a sentence that expresses a condition with si and l imparfait Si vous veniez nous seritms content S il pleuvait on n irait pas a la campagne Sij avais le temps j irais au cinema Si nous trouVions le chat nous le mettritms dans la maison The futur simple of regular verbs is formed by using the in nitive in the ER and 71R conjugations and for iRE verbs the in nitive minus the nal e The irregular verbs use a special stem in the futur simple For both regular and irregular verbs the endings are as follows 11139 as 11 ms ez and mt from the present of the verb avair The camlititmnel present of regular verbs is formed by using the in nitive in the ER and 71R conjugations and for iRE verbs the in nitive minus the nal e The irregular verbs use a same stem as the futur simple For both regular and irregular verbs the endings are as follows ais ais nit ions iez and aient from the impmfait endings Some of the most common irregular verb stems aller ir avoir aur devoir devr envoyer enverr tre ser faiIe fer falloir faudr mouIiI mourr pleuvon39 pleuvr pouvou39 pourr savoir saur veniI viendr revenlr reviendr devenu deviendr valoir vaudr voir verr vouloiI voudr VIII LE CONDITIONNEL PASSE j irai tu auras il devra elle enverra n ous serons vousferez ilfaudra ils mourront ilpleuvra je pourrai tu sauras il viendra elle reviendra n ous devien drons il vaudra ils verront elles voudront j irais tu aurais il devrait elle enverrait n ous serious vousferiez ilfaudrait ils mourraient ilpleuvrait je pourrais tu saurais il viendrait elle reviendrait nous devien drions il vaudrait ils verraient elles voudraient 1 Is formed by using le conditionnel present of avair or etre le parlieipe passe39 Expresses a past action that is probable but not certain La maison est fermee ils seraientparlis en vacances Selon le journal l incendie aurait commence vers cinq heures du matin 2 As a form of politeness in the past or to eXpress regret for a missed opportunity Nous auritms aime39 le voir avant son depart J uurais vaulu vous presenter a mes parents mais vous n etiez pas la W V In a sentence that eXpresses a condition with si and le plus que parfait Si vous etiez venu nous auritms e39te39 contents S il avait plu hier nous serians reste39s a la maison V AGREEMENT OF PAST PARTICIPLES RULE Past Participles of verbs conjugated with avair agree in gender and number with a preceding direct object which can be a noun or a pronoun Qnelle vaitnre astu conduite J ai pris eettephata etje l ai montree a ma famille Les chemises Non il ne les a pas essayees But there is no agreement of past participles with a preceding indirect object or with any object placed the verb or with the pronouns en or y 11 a telephone a ses lles Il leur a telephone Elle a prepare des sandwiehs Elle en a prepare RULE Past Participles of verbs conjugated with tre agree in gender and number with the subject Elles sont sorties Jacques et Claudine sont arrives Marie est nee en avril RULE When the re exive pronoun is a direct object the past participle agrees with the re exive pronoun which is also the subject Elle s est lavee Ils se sont amuses hier RULE When the re eXive pronoun is an indirect object and there is also a direct object there is Q agreement of the past participle Elle s est lave les mains Ils se sont brosse les dents Se above is an indirect object Les mains and les dents are direct objects VI SI CLAUSES These hypotheticalconditional sentences have speci c rules governing which tenses are used If the si clause is in the present the resulting clause must be in either the present futur sim ple or occasionally in the im peratif depending on the conteXt If the si clause is in the imparfait the resulting clause must be in the conditionnel present If the si clause is in the plus que parfait the resulting clause must be in the conditionnel passe Condition R sultat Exemples 1 Si le present l imp ratif Si tu voyages en France voyage a Paris 2 Si le present le present Si tu voyages en France tu vas toujours a Paris 3 Si le present le futur Si tu voyages en France cet t tu iras a Paris 4 Si l imparfait le conditionnel present Si tu voyageais en France tu voyagerais a Paris 5 Si le plus que le conditionnel passe Si tu avais voyage en France parfait tu anrais voyage39 a Paris VII OBJECT PRONOUNS Note the forms me te se nous and vous are both direct and indirect object pronouns 1 Re exive Pronouns can be direct or indirect Rule F xam nles Can be used as direct or indirect object Elle se lave direct object pronouns Precedes the verb except for She is washing herself af rmative commands 11 se brosse les dents indirect object He is brushing his teeth himself Depechezvaus direct object Hurry yourself Parlezmai indirect object Speak to me But Ne me parlez pas In in nitive constructions the pronoun Elle va s habiller precedes in nitives and must agree with Nous voulons nous promener the subject 2 Direct Object Pronouns Rule F xam nles Replaces a noun and answers the questions whom or what Nous cherchons le livre Nous le cherchons Elles n achetent pas les robes Elles ne les achetent pas Precedes the verb except for affirmative commands where it follows the verb and is attached by a hyphen Me and te change to moi and toi after the verb J aime mu maisan Je l aime Aidezmai Couchetai Finis1e le livre but Ne le nis pas In in nitive constructions the pronoun precedes infinitives Je voudrais voir ma soeur Je voudrais la voir Nous venons de quitter la ville Nous venons de la quitter 3 Indirect Object Pronouns Rule F xam nles Replaces an indirect object noun and answers the question to whom 11 parle 11 sex parents 11 leur parle Nous ne repondons pas 1m prafesseur Nous ne lui renondons pas Precedes verb except for affirmative commands where it follows the verb and is attached by a hyphen Me and te change to moi and toi after the verb Je donne mon livre 11 man amie I e lui donne mon livre Donnez les livres aux tmlitmts Donnezleur les livres but Ne leur donnez pas les livres In in nitive constructions the pronoun precedes infinitives Je vais ecrire a mes parents I e vais leur ecrire Il vient de parler a Marie 11 vient de lui parler 4 Partitive Pronoun en Rule F xam nles Replaces de noun Also used when the noun to which it refers is omitted after a number an adverb or noun of quantity and in expressions requiring de 11 mange de la viumle 11 en mange J ai trois livres J en ai trois Avezvous beaucoup de eurs En avezvous beaucoup 11 a besoin de repas 11 en a besoin Precedes verb except for affirmative commands where it follows the verb and is attached by a hyphen Note Affirmative tu form of command of ER verbs retains the final s before the pronoun en Voulez vous despammes 7 En voulezvous Je n en veux pas Mange des legumes Mangesen ut N en mange pas In in nitive constructions the pronoun en precedes inflnitives Je veux acheter des chaussures Je veux en acheter Allezvous choisir des eurs Allez vous en choisir 5 Pronoun y Rule Fvomnlnc Refers to previously mentioned things or places Replaces d chez darts en sous 0r sur noun It does amp replace the preposition de Note Yis not used when referring to persons Je vais uu purc J y vais Nous n allons pas chez nous Nous n y allons pas Astu repondu aux questions Oui j y ai repondu Precedes verb except for affirmative commands where it follows the verb and is Restez vous chez vaus 7 Y restezvous attached by a hyphen Note Affirmative tu J y reste form of command of ER verbs retain the Va 11 l ecole final s beforey Vus y N y va pas In in nitive constructions the pronoun y precedes inflnitives Je veux aller a l hotel Je veuxy aller Il vient de revenir uu bureau Il vient d y reven1r VIII ORDER amp POSITION OF OBJECT PRONOUNS 1 Triangle Magigue me m te t le 1 se s la 1 lui y en nous les leur vous 2 Affirmative Imperative Exception What is the order for affirmative command forms le 1 mor m la 1 toi t les soi s lui y en nous leur vous Posez des questions a votre prof I Posez luien I Donnemoi les livres I Donnelesmoi I BUT Ne posez pas des questions a votre prof I Ne lui en posez pas I Ne me donne pas les livres I Ne me les donne pas I EXAMPLES Rule The object pronouns is are placed before the verb except for the affirmative imperative command I e prends cette ph 0t0 Je la prends Prendsla I but Ne la prends pas I Je donne ces fleurs a ma mere Je les lui donne Rule The object pronoun is placed before the auxiliary verb avair or tre in compound tenses like thepuss campas and the lus ue ar nit Ifthere is a direct object pronoun which precedes the verb amp the verb takes avair remember to modify the past participle so that it agrees with the preceding direct object Reminder there is no agreement ofthe past participle with preceding indirect object pronouns such as lui leur en or y ifthese are the only preceding pronouns J ai pris cette photo Je l ai prise Past participle agrees with direct object pronoun l J ai telephone a ma mere Je lui ai telephone J ai donne ces eurs I ma m re Je les lui ai donnees Past participle agrees with direct object pronoun les J ai vu beaucoup de eurs au parc J y en ai vu beaucoup No agreement with en ory Rule Re exive pronouns me te se nous vous may be direct or indirect objects you must analyze their use in a particular sentence Re exive verbs are conjugated with tre When these pronouns are direct objects the past participle will agree When these pronouns are indirect objects there is no agreement Elle s est lavee se is the direct object Elle s est lave les mains les mains is the direct object se is the indirect object Rule The object pronoun is placed before the in nitive ifthere is already a conjugated verb in the sentence I e veux prendre cette photo I e veux la prendre Je veux donner ces eurs I ma mere Je veux les lui donner IX MISCELLANEOUS 1 Interrogative Expressions Pronouns Qui a jete 1a boule de neige Subject person Who threw the snowball Qui atil invite 51 1a boum Object person Whom did he invite to the party Avec qui allezVous sortir Object preposition person With Whom are you going out Qu estce qui est derri re 1a pone Subject thing What is behind the door Qu estce que vous faites Object thing What are you doing Que faitesVous Object thing inversion What are you doing De quoi pensez Vous Object preposition thing What are you thinking about Adjectives Quel age a til Modi es noun How old is he Quelle heure esti1 Modi es noun What time is it Quels cours suivezVous Modi es noun Which courses are you taking Quel est le sens de ce mot Used With verb etre noun What is the meaning ofthis word Adverbs Combien de freres avezVous How many brothers do you have Oil allezVous Where are you going Comment allezVous How are you Qmmd partezVous pour la France When are you leaving for France Pourquoi estcc que vous tudiez 1e francais Why are you studying French Exceptional Interrogatives Qu estce que c est que noun asks for de nition Qu estce que c est qu un oiseou en anglais What is un oiseau in English 2 Adjectives Common BRAGS Adjectivesquot B beauty beau bel belle beaux bellesjoli R rank premier dernier num raux ordinaux deuxieme troisieme etc plusieurs autre chaque quelques tout A age vieux vieil vielle vieilles jeune nouveau nouvel nouvelle nouveaux nouvelles G goodevil bon gentil mauvais S size petit grand gros For purposes of the 100200 level examinations the adjectives above are considered BRAGS adjectives In general in French adjectives are placed after the noun The BRAGS adjectives above are generally placed before the noun Several adjectives can be placed either before or after the noun and will sometimes change meaning with a change in position A small sample of some of these adjectives includes ancien court dernier grand long meme pauvre prochain propre Multiple Adjectives When several adjectives modify the same noun the adjective assumes its Lual position Une jalie robe rouge Un ban Vin blunc La belle musique italienne When several adjectives are placed after the noun the last adjective and the neXt to last adjective are separated by the conjunction et Un professeur intelligent et amustmt Un drapeau bleu blunc et rouge When several adjectives are placed before the noun there is no separation Une jalie petite maison Un gentil vieil homme 3 CountriesCities and Geographical Prepositions Countries have gender and in some cases number General rule is that countries ending in e are feminine singular and those ending in consonants or other vowels are masculine singular some exceptions le Mexique le Cambodge muse Plural countries include les EtatsUnis les PaysBus and les Philippines Continents are always feminine and singular See Ch 5 in Sur le vif for the more common feminine countries eg la France l Allemagne l Angleterre La Suisse etc Some of the more common masculine countries L Afrigue o e le Maroc le Portugal le S n gal le Luxembourg le Cameroun le Danemark le Congo le Mali le Soudan le Zaire L Am rigue le Br sil le Canada le P rou le Chili le Mexique With vowels Isra l l Irak l Iran Haiti Some additional feminine countries FYI la Serbie Serbia la Slovaquie Slovakia la Norvege Norway la Croatie Croatia l Ecosse Scotland la Bosnie Bosnia l Autriche Austria la Hongrie Hungary la Pologne Poland la R publique Tcheque Czech Republic la Thailande Thailand la NouvelleZ lande New Zealand la Cor e Korea les PaysBas mpl les EtatsUnis m pl L Asie le Vietnam le Japon le Kowei39t le Pakistan le Cambodge la Turquie Turkey la Syrie Syria la Libye Libya l Arabie Saoudite les Philippines fpl En De orD receding feminine countries consonantsvowels receding masculine cou y y itries h only Je vais en Grece f I am going to Greece Ils arrivent de France f They are arriving from France Nous sommes en Suisse f We are in Swit7erland Charles vient d Italie f vowel Charles comes from Italy Ils voyagent en Irak m They are traveling to Iraq Je revient d Iran I am returning from Iran Au Du receding masculine countries only Elle prend des vacances au Mexique m She is taking a vacation in Mexico Je suis du Br sil m I am from Brazil Il va au Maroc au printemps He is going to Morocco in the spring Nous venons du Canada m We come from Canada Aux Des preceding all plural countries Je vais aux EtatsUnis m pl I am going to the United States Le professeur est des EtatsUnis m pl The professor is from the United States Elle voyage aux Philippines f pl She is traveling to the Phillipines Elles viennent des Philippines f pl They come from the Philippines A De receding cities Nous sommes a Paris We are in Paris L avion vient de Rome The plane is coming from Rome Je rends visite a mes amis a Boston souvent I visit my friends in Boston often Son cousin revient de Londres His cousin is returning from London Note Cities which include de nite articles as part of their name e g la N ouvelleOrl ans le Havre la Havane le Caire take the de nite article au a la du de la J habite a La NouvelleOrl ans I live in New Orleans Sa tante vient du Caire Her aunt comesfrom Cairo Revision 210 Les exercices I 011 iriez Vous Finissez les phrases de facon logique Faites attention auX temps 1 Sije voulais faire du skij 77a11er 2 Si mes ancetres etaient chinois je 777 vouloir iiiiiii 77 3 Sije m interessais a la litterature c1assiqueje 7777 voyager etje 7 7 Visiter 4 Sij etais dans le Peace Corps je 7777 choisir d aller 7 77 5 Si j etais tres riche je 777 passer mes vacances 7777 77 II Mettez ces phrases aux temps corrects selon le cas 1 Si elle se casse lajambe elle 7777 aller a la salle d urgence a l hopital 2 S il acceptait ce poste i1 77777 77 gagner beaucoup d argent 3 Si nous rentrions trop tard nos parents 77777 77 se facher 4 Si tu vas en Egypte cet ete tu 777777 77 voir les pyramides 5 S il faisait beau les enfants 777777 77 jouer dans le parc 6 Si vous arriViez a l aeroport a temps vous 777 pouvoir prendre l aVion de 10 heures 7 Si les etudiants etudient ils 77777 77 reussir a l examen 8 Si j ai sommeil je dormir 9 Si nous sommes en retard nous 7777777 77 se depecher 10 Si l etudiant avait etudie i1 77777 77 recevoir une bonne note III Mettez ces verbes au futur simple 1 Il 777777 77 demenager en juin 2 Nous 77777 77 decider1a semaine prochaine 3 Je 77777 77 partir bientot 4 Mon frere 777777 77 etre professeur 5 Elles 77777 77 aller au cinema ce soir 6 Nous 77777 77 etudier avec toi ce weekend 7 Il vous 77777 77 aider 8 Estce que tu 77777 77 venir avec nous 9 Il 77777 77 pleuvoir beaucoup cet ete 10 En octobre j je 7777 777 assister a une conference IV Remplissez les espaces Vides en utilisant le pass compos Yvonne M iguittert la maison a une heure Ensuite elle i aller au bureau de tabac Puis elle aller a la station de metro La elle prendre le metro et elle descendre auX Halles Elle Visiter le Centre Beaubourg elle i grester au musee pendant trois heures Ensuite elle rentrer chez elle Elle monter dans sa chambre ou elle diner rapidement Apres elle itelephoner a des amis et ensuite elle retrouver ces amis pres de l Odeon Ils aller au cinema Ils i sortir du cinema a diX heures et ils aller dans un cafe La ils boire et ils i discuter jusqu a minuit Yvonne rentrer chez elle tres tard V Mettez les phrases suivantes au pass com pos Simone va en Ville Nous regardons la television Vous prenez du pain avec votre repas Ils Viennent chez nous Brigitte mange bien chez sa mere Philippe travaille trop Vous la regardez tous les jours Michel et Paul rentrent chez euX a sept heures Francois perd la cle de son appartement Nous ne faisons pas le menage VI Mettez les verbes soulign s au pass compos ou 2 1 l39imparfait Martine w i du taXi avec ses deuX grosses valises Elle entre i dans son immeuble et elle aplfellel l ascenseur Pendant qu elle attend elle entend des bruits bizarres dans les etages on traine to drag i des meubles des casseroles tombentll un bebe hurle to scream i des gens crienti Elle appelle i a nouveau l ascenseur qui n arrivei tou39ours pas En n elle comprend i ses voisins demenagen Elle monte ses deuX grosses valises a pied pendant que les demenageurs descendenti le piano VII Remplacez les objets directs et indirects par lespramlms objets 1 Il n obeit pas a sa m re 2 11 a trop de livres 3 Elle est allee a l a rapart 4 Elle a mis les livres mum 5 11 me dit pas la v rit a sex garents 6 N ecoute pas cet hamme 7 11 y a beaucoup de gens 8 Elle a mis douze games MM 7 7 7 77 9 Donnezmoi du beurre 10 ParlezVous de vatre Erabl me mm 77 7 7 11 Je vais donner les livres 39 12 Donnez les jouets aux enfants 13 Astu donne la mantre a Manigue 14 Ne parletelle pas de son vavage a Jean 15 Nous sottons du theatre 16 Elle Vient de Paris 17 Ils sottiront de ce 18 11 a tin gain 19 Elle choisit des gears 20 Elle achete de la viamle 21 Il parle de son travail 22 Il est er de son aggartement 23 Ils ont beaucoup de livres 24 11 a peu d argent 25 Elle achete une douzaine de Eaires 26 Nous allons a l a rapart 27 Il repond a sex amis 28 Nous avons besoin de ces iaumaux 29 Les valises sont sous le lit 30 Il parle au 31 11 y a beaucoup de peintures ici 32 Elle me montre les photos 33 Il nous settle d ieuner 34 Elle t envoie la lettre 35 Il nous dit la v 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