French Week 4
French Week 4 1120
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Emilda Desir on Thursday September 22, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to 1120 at Florida Atlantic University taught by Viviana Pezzullo in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 5 views. For similar materials see Beginning French Language and Culture I in Foreign Language at Florida Atlantic University.
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Date Created: 09/22/16
1120-BeginningFrenchLanguage and Culture I ProfessorVivianaPezzullo FAU Week4 (Asalways I statethat all mynotes are based on pointsspokenabout in class and on thehomework, Extra studies beyondthesenotes are alwaysrecommended, Thankyou!) Verbs In week 2 notesI presented the verb êtrewhich means “tobe”. Nowlets look at Avoir which means “to have” Avoir(tohave) These rethedifferent formswhen using this verb : -J’ai -Tu as -Il/Elle a -Nousavons -Vousavez -Ils/Elles ont - Remeber : Jemeans I Tu meansyou Il means he, Elle means she Nousmeans we Vousmeans youguys Ils/Ells means they Vocabulary Riche =rich Beau= Heureux= Fabile=Weak handsom/beautiful Actif=active Grand=Huge Gros=large Jeune=Young Amusant=entertaining/ Méchant= mean/ wicked Mince=slim amusing Pauvre= Poor Petit-= small Décontracte=relax Fort= Strong Sympa(thique)= Triste= sad Vieux= Old Laid= Ugly Ennuyeux= Mignon= Cute Annoying Gentil= Kind/Nice Déprime= depressed Conversation Commentest-il? (what helike?) Commentest-elle? ( whatis shelike?) Je cherche… ( I am looking for…) quelqu’un… (someone…)
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