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DF Bleu Leçon 27

1st and 2nd person object pronouns, devoir, pouvoir

TermDefinition
comme hors-d'oeuvre as an appetizer
Apportez-moi un sandwich. Bring me a sandwich.
Dépêchez-vous! Hurry up!
Paul nous invite. Paul is inviting us.
Je ne vous invite pas. I'm not inviting you-pl.
Je voudrais vous aider. I'd like to help you-pl.
Tes parents t'aident. Your parents help you.
Je t'ai prêté cinq dollars, Paul. I loaned you five dollars, Paul.
Ne me parlez pas. Don't talk to me.
Je vais vous montrer l'album. I'm going to show you-pl. the album.
Je ne veux pas te donner ma voiture. I don't want to give you-inf. my car.
Le serveur nous apporte le dessert. The waiter is bringing us the dessert.
Qui t'amène à l'école? Who brings you-inf. to school?
Help me! Aidez-moi!
et comme dessert? and for dessert?
s'il vous plaît please - formal
s'il te plaît please - informal
Je ne peux pas déjeuner. I can't have lunch.
On doit travailler. One has to work.
Pouvez-vous m'aider, monsieur? Can you help me, sir?
Je dois ranger ma chambre. I have to pick up my room.
Elles doivent mettre la table. They-f. have to set the table.
Nous devons faire nos devoirs. We have to do our homework.
Ils ne peuvent pas aller avec nous. They-m. aren't able to go with us.
Created by: AC Grover