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French 101 Study Guide

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French 101 Study Guide FRCH 101 010

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These notes cover the first chapter of Liasons
Elementary French 1
James Orr
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French 101, french, Chapter 1




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This 3 page Class Notes was uploaded by Marcelle Notetaker on Wednesday March 9, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to FRCH 101 010 at West Virginia University taught by James Orr in Summer 2015. Since its upload, it has received 18 views. For similar materials see Elementary French 1 in French at West Virginia University.


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Date Created: 03/09/16
French Study Guide Introductions: People -Ca va -Un ami/Une amie (friend) -Comment vas tu -Un comrade de chambre/une comrade - Quoi de neuf? (What’s new?) de chamber (roommate) - Tu viens d’ou? (where are you from?) -un homme/une femme - Je suis de ___ - Comment allez-vous -un petite ami (boyfriend) Goodbye -Une petite amie (girlfriend) - Au Revoir - A demain Names - A Bientot (see you soon) -Je m’appelle - A plus tard (see you later) -Il/Elle s’appelle -Comment S’appelle-t’elle/il Etre Je suis Nous sommes Tu es Il est Vous etes Elle est Ils sont On est Elles sont Question vocab Questions -ou (Where) - Comment dit-on (What does one say) - Comment (How) - De quelle ville est-ce que tu viens? (What city to - Combien (How much) come from?) -Qu- (What) -Pourqoi (Why) Object Identification - Quand (When) - Il y a- (There is) - Quelle (Which) - C’est- (That’s or it’s) - Ce sont- (These are) Timeliness Er verbs Je (e) Nous (ons) Tu (es) Vous (ez) Il/Elle (e) Ils/Elles (ent) - Etre a l’heure – (To be on time) De - Etre en avance – (To be early) - From, of, about - Etre en retard – (To be late) - de+la= du - Etre en train de – (I am in the middle of) - de + la= de la - Etre d’accord avec – (In agreement with) - Irregular endings Masculine Feminine Masculine Plural Feminine Plural Singular Singular Serieux Serieuse Serieux Serieuses Original Originale Originaux Originales Ponctuel Ponctuelle Ponctuels Ponctuelles Canadien Canadienne Canadiens Canadiennes Things to have Adverbs of Intensity - Avoir la chance (to have luck) - Trop (Too much) - Avoir envie de (to feel like) - Beaucoup (A lot) - Avoir raison (to have reason) - Assez (Enough) - Avoir tort (to be wrong) - Un peu (A little) - Avoir besoin de (In need of) Day part of day Adverbs of Frequency Day Vocab (ex: Le samedi Soir) - Toujours (always) - Avant (Before) - Souvent (Often) - Demain (Tomorrow) - Parfois/Quelquefois (Sometimes) - Hier (Yesterday) - Rarement (Rarely) - Le Lendemain (The next/following day) - Ne…jamais (Never) - La Semaine (Week) o Elle ne travaille jamais. - Tous les soir (Every evening) - Quelle jour sommes nous? (What day Is it) Les pronoms disjoints Other Questions - JeMoi - Qui est-ce? (Who is that) - TuToi - IlLui (him) Exceptions - Elle elle (she) Le La l’ - Nous Nous (us) -Livre - Papier - l’horlage - Vous vous -Stylo - Ils Eux (Them) -Tableau - Elles Elles Random Indefinite Articles modify non-specific nouns - Je pense a…(I am thinking of) -a, an, some, o Toi -un, une, de, d’, des o Lui (him) -Negative form always uses de or d’ - J’aime cuisiner (conjugate the first, keep infinitive of second) - Ce n’est pas, Ce ne sont pas des livres de cody - Meilleure - Repas (meal)


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