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être CHHS FR1 1B


Que veut dire "je" I
Comment dit-on "we" en français? nous
When would you use "vous" (2 uses) talking to someone in a formal (i.e. to an "elder") setting AND more than one (plural) persons
Que veut dire "elle" She
Que veut dire "elles" They (all women or feminine objects, such as "les fenêtres")
Comment dit-on "you" en français? Tu (familiar/ singular) or vous (formal/ plural)
What's the form of être for "je"? Je suis
What pronouns are missing here: ______ OR ______ est Il or Elle
Which of the forms of the verb être has an accent? Go ahead and conjugate it. Vous --> "vous êtes"
What is the PLURAL of this construct: "je suis" Nous sommes
Comment dit-on "they are" en français? ils sont OU elles sont
Que veut dire "c'est" versus "il est" or "elle est" C'est = "it's" (general) or "that's" and Il est is "he is" or "it is" (specific) and elle est is "she is" or "it is" (specific)
When you want to find out what someone looks like, you say, "Comment ______-tu? es
Which subject pronoun would "Carole et Véronique" become? elles
Which subject pronoun would "Carole ET TOI" become? vous
Which subject pronoun would "Carole et Luc" become? ils
Which subject pronoun would "Carole ET MOI" become? nous
Created by: lfineman