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Elementary French Lecture 2 Week 2 Notes

by: Kimberly Singley

Elementary French Lecture 2 Week 2 Notes FRN 101

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This a summary of what we went over in class. These notes pertain to the questions on the exam.
Elementary French Level I
Hapsatou Wane
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Kimberly Singley on Friday September 30, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to FRN 101 at Armstrong State University taught by Hapsatou Wane in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 18 views. For similar materials see Elementary French Level I in French at Armstrong State University.


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Date Created: 09/30/16
French Lecture 2 Le verbe “etre” Etre: to be This verb is used to express one’s place of origin. Les pronoms sujects The present tense forms of “etre.” Je suis = I am Tu es = you are Il est/ Elle est = he/she/ it is Elles sont/ Ills sont = they are Nous sommes = we are Vous etes = you are Vous is formal and is used when you are talking to someone you don’t know very well or is in a position of respect. You may also use it when you are talking to more than one person. Tu is informal and is used when you are talking to friend and family. Une salle de class Un crayon = pencile Un cahier = notebook Un sac = a bag or a purse Un(e) etudiant(e) = the student Un stylo = pen Un ordinatar = a computer Un fenetre = windows Une carte = map Un ecran = projector screen Un feuille de papier = a sheet of paper Un sac a dos = a book bag Une table = table Une calculatrice = calculator Un bureau = desk Une chaise = chair Un craie = chalk Un tableau = black board Une horloge = a clock Une professeaur = professor Une livre = book Une poubelle = trash can Une porte = door 2


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