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French 203 Exam 2

Le passé distant Plus-que-parfait
La formation du plus-que-parfait Le verbe auxillaire est conjugé avec à l'imparfait: ex: j'avais vu, elle était arrivée
Agreement in plus-que-parfait Works the same
Il m'a demandé d'aller voir ce film avec lui, mais je l'avais déjà vu. He asked me to see the movie with him, but I had already seen it
Use plus-que parfait when you're saying... "I had" or "if only"... what had occurred before another past action, event, or state.
Quand j'étais petite, mes parents m'________(apprendre) que les gens... m'avaient appris
et j'_______(essayer) de nombreuses fois de me rendre utile. j'avais essayé
Mes amis et moi, nous _______(se promettre) d'aider les opprimés. Nous nous étions promis.
When to use être (était, étions, etc.) DR MRS VANDERTRAMP verbs or reflexive verbs
Example of combining passé composé with plus-que-parfait Nous lui avons dit (we told her) qu'Hollande avait gagné les élections (that Hollande had won the election).
Si j'avais su que tu avais un plan= Of only I had known that you had a map!
To say that something had just happened in the past, us a form of venir in the imparfait + de + the infinitive of the verb that describes the action
Example of venir de Riley vient d'arriver en classe= Riley just arrived to class.
ne... aucun(e) None (not any)
ne...jamais Never (not ever)
ne...nulle part Nowhere (not anywhere)
ne...personne No one (not anyone)
ne...plus No more (not anymore)
ne...que Only
ne...rien Nothing (not anything)
Plusiers Several
Quelques Some
Tout(e)/tous/toutes Every, all
Chacun(e) Each one
La plupart Most (of them)
Partout Everywhere
Si Responding positively to a negative prompt or question. Ex: Tu n'aimes pas le chocolat? Si! J'aime le chocolat.
détruire la misère Victor Hugo wants to... destroy misery
Opposite of tout(e) Aucun
Opposite of déjà Jamais, pas encore
Opposite of encore (still) Plus (not anymore)
Opposite of quelque part nulle part
Opposite of quelqu'un personne
Opposite of toujours Jamais
Opposite of partout nulle part
Present tense of courir, dormir, partir, sentir, sortir stem + s, s, t, one, ez, ent
Past participle of courir couru
Past participle of mourir mort
mort takes _____ in passé composé être
Present tense of mourir meurs, meurs, meurt, mourons, mourez, meurent
Which verbs are conjugated with the endings normally used for er verbs? Couvrir, découvrir, offrir, ouvrir, and souffrir (e, es, e, ons, ez, ent)
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