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Year 12 French Beginners Grammar Notes HSC

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the grammar summary for all the different tenses which include verbs, adverbs adjectives. Useful for all French students.

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Languages of Africa Culture Language Grammatical tenses Languages of Canada Languages of Mauritius French language French verb morphology Third-person pronoun Imperfect Reflexive verb Present tense
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Languages of Africa Culture Language Grammatical tenses Languages of Canada Languages of Mauritius French language French verb morphology Third-person pronoun Imperfect Reflexive verb Present tense
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The majority of words that end in -e or -ion. 2. Except words ending in -age, -ege, -é, or -isme (these endings often indicate masculine words). Le (the) La (the) Un (a) Une (a) Du (some) De la (some) il elle Adjectives don’t get an “e” Adjectives get an “e” singular & plural singular plural with out an s add an “s” ends with -au takes -x ends with -ou takes -s ends with -al drops the ending and takes -aux nouns that end in -s -x or -z do not change ________________ Partitive articles ● Used for items that can not be quantified ( e.g food, qualities) ● du (+ masculine word) de la (+ feminine word), de l’ (followed by a vowel), des (+ plural word). ● Important: these articles are often used after the verbs vouloir (“Je voudrais du vin”) or avoir (“J’ai des chats”) and with food. Contracted with à ● Á can mean to, at, i...
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