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Beginning French, Cont. Weekly Notes 1

by: Julia Murray

Beginning French, Cont. Weekly Notes 1 FR 1225

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9/6/16-9/9/16 Food items Venir & associated verbs Passé recent il y a, depuis, pendant
Beginning French, Continued
Rokiatou Soumare
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Date Created: 09/11/16
French Week 3 Notes Vocab: Un fruit – a fruit une cantine - cafeteria Une poire – a pear un supermarché - supermarket Une orange – an orange un aliment – a food item Une fraise – a strawberry un déjeuner - lunch Une peche – a peach un goûter - afternoon snack Une banane – a banana un dîner - dinner Une pomme – an apple la nourriture – food (general) Un légume - a vegetable un petit-déjeuner - breakfast Une pomme de terre – a potato un repas – a meal Une carotte – a carrot des petits pois (m) - peas Un oignon – an onion une salade – a salad Un poivron - a pepper le boeuf - beef Une aubergine – an eggplant un escargot - escargot/snail Un ail – garlic les fruits de mer (m) - seafood Un haricot vert – a green bean un pâté de campagne- meat spread Une tomate – a tomato le porc - pork Un champignon – a mushroom un poulet - chicken La laitue – lettuce une saucisse - sausage Un oeuf – an egg un steak - steak Une tarte- a tart le thon - tuna La confiture – jam la viande – meat Le riz – rice des pâtes (f) - pasta Un yaort – yogurt Verbs: Venir – to come Je viens Nous venons Tu viens Vous venez Il/Elle/On vient Ils/elles viennent Passé composé – uses être Je suis venu(e) Nous sommes venu(e)s Tu es venu(e) Vous êtes venu(e)s Il/Elle/On est venu(e) Ils/elles sont venu(e)s **Venir + infinitive = someone came/is coming to do something Ex. Elle vient de nettoyer la cuisine. She is coming to clean the kitchen. Devenir – to become  Conjugated the same as venir  Also uses être in the passé composé Revenir – to come back  Conjugated the same as venir  Also uses être in the passé composé Tenir – to hold  Conjugated the same as venir  Uses avoir in the passé composé Maintenir – to maintain  Conjugated the same as venir  Uses avoir in the passé composé Retenir – to keep/retain  Conjugated the same as venir  Uses avoir in the passé compose Tenses: Passé recent: Venir de + infinitive = something just happened Ex. Je viens d'aller au bibliothèque. I just went to the library. **Used in the present tense **Venir needs to be conjugated Time of an event/action: Il y a + time in the past = something happened in the past **This functions as saying "ago" (two hours ago, two years ago, etc.) Ex. Je suis alleé en France il y a cing ans. I went to France 5 years ago. Pendant + duration = something happened for an amount of time and ended **This usually uses a verb in the passé composé, but not always. **"___ did something for ___ amount of time." Ex. J'ai fait mes devoirs pendant deux heures. I did my homework for 2 hours. Depuis + date/starting point/time period = how long one has been doing something **Usually in the present tense **"____ has been doing ____ since _____" **This is STILL HAPPENING Ex. Il parle français depuis 2014. He has spoken french since 2014.


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