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FRNCH 109 Final Rev

French 109 Final Review- Grammar and some vocab; Chez Nous

QuestionAnswer
Pronoun- I Je
Pronoun- You Tu
Pronoun- he Il
Pronoun- she Elle
Pronoun- It On
Pronoun- we Nous
Pronoun- you all Vous
Pronoun- they (feminine) Elles
Pronoun- they (masculine) Ils
Etre: Je Suis
Etre: Tu Es
Etre: Elle/Il/On Est
Etre: Nous Sommes
Etre: Vous Etes
Etre: Elles/Ils Sont
Indefinite Article: Singular, Masc. Un
Indefinite Article: Singular, Femin. Une
Indefinite Article: Plural Les
Definite Article: Singular, Masc Le
Definite Article: Singular, Femin La
Definite Article: Plural Des
My (Masc, Singular) Mon
Your (Masc, Singular) Ton
His Son
Her Sa
My (Femin Singular) Ma
Your (Feminine Singular) Ta
My (Plural) Mes
Your (Plural) Tes
His/Her (Plural) Ses
Our (Singular) Notre
You all's (Singular) Votre
Their (Singular) Leur
Our (Plural) Nos
You all's (Plural) Vos
Their (Plural) Leurs
sympa Nice
Optimiste Optimistic
Pessimist Pessimiste
Sociable Sociable
Dynamique Dynamic
Timid Timide
Reasonable Raisonnable
Conformist Conformiste
Avoir: Je Ai
Avoir: Tu As
Avoir: Elle/Il A
Avoir: Nous Avons
Avoir: Vous Avez
Avoir: Elles/Ils Ont
Regarder: Je Regarde
Regarder: Tu Regardes
Regarder: Elle/Il Regarde
Regarder: Nous Regardons
Regarder: Vous Regardez
Regarder: Elles/Ils Regardent
Beginning of yes/no questions Est-ce que _____?
Masculine form of belle Beau
Masc form of sportive Sportif
Masc form of rousse roux
Masc form of paresseuse paresseux
How Comment
Where Ou
When Quand
Why Pourquoi
How many Combien De
a + le au
a + la a la
a + les aux
Uses of a To play a sport, To play a game, with proper nouns
de + le Du
De + les Des
De + la De la
Uses of de To play an instrument, possession, close relationships
Faire: Je Fais
Faire: Tu Fais
Faire: Elle/Il Fait
Faire: Nous Faisons
Faire: Vous Faites
Faire: Elles/Ils Font
Aller: Je Vais
Aller: Tu Vas
Aller: Elle/Il Va
Aller: Nous Allons
Aller: Vous Allez
Aller: Elles/Ils Vont
Future Proche Article + Aller (Conjugated) + Verb Phrase (Unconjugated)
Reflexive Pronoun: Je Me
Reflexive Pronoun: Tu Te
Reflexive Pronoun: Elle/Il Se
Reflexive Pronoun: Nous Nous
Reflexive Pronoun: Vous Vous
Reflexive Pronoun: Se Se
Highest Intensity Adjective (Too) Trop
Lowest Intensity Adjective (A bit) Un peu
Tous Les All the time
Souvent Often
Rarement Rarely
Sortir: Je Sorts
Sortir: Tu Sorts
Sortir: Elle/Il Sort
Srtir: Nous Sortons
Sortir: Vous Sortez
Sortir: Elles/Ils Sortent
Dormir:Je Dors
Dormir: Tu Dors
Dormir: Elle/Il Dort
Dormir: Nous Dormons
Dormir: Vous Dormez
Dormir: Elles/Ils Dorment
More than plus... que
Less than moins... que
As much as aussi... que
most le plus
least le moins
Best le mieux
Pronominal Adjectives: BRAGS Beauty, Rank, Age, Goodness, Size
Attendre: Je Attends
Attendre: Tu Attends
Attendre: Elle/Il Attend
Attendre: Nous Attendons
Attendre: Vous Attendez
Attendre: Elles/Ils Attendent
Devoir To have to
Devoir: Je Dois
Devoir: Tu Dois
Devoir: Elle/Il Doit
Devoir: Nous Devons
Devoir: Vous Devez
Devoir: Elles/Ils Doivent
Pouvoir To be able to
Pouvoir: Je Peux
Pouvoir: Tu Peux
Pouvoir: Elle/Il Peut
Pouvoir: Nous Pouvons
Pouvoir: Vous Pouvez
Pouvoir: Elles/Ils Pouvent
Vouloir To want
Vouloir: Je Veux
Vouloir: Tu Veux
Vouloir: Elle/Il Veut
Vouloir: Nous Voulons
Vouloir: Vous Voulez
Vouloir: Elles/Ils Veulent
Created by: rachael94