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Lecon11 : Adjective Placement

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  • 1. Leçon 11, Partie C
  • 2. Normally, where do your adjectives in English go?  Before the noun. (ex. The red panda). However, in French, they go, most of the time AFTER the noun. Ex. Le panda rouge * Remember, the adjectives also have to agree in # and gender!!
  • 3. C’est une table verte 
  • 4. C’est un homme intelligent 
  • 5. C’est une fille timide 
  • 6. C’est un garçon américain 
  • 7. C’est une fille japonais e 
  • 8. Ce sont des amies sympathique s 
  • 9. Ce sont des livres intéressants 
  • 10. Ce sont des personnes méchantes 
  • 11. Exceptions • Bon and mauvais go BEFORE the noun Ex.C’est un bon prof! Ex.C’est un mauvais restaurant!
  • 12. Pourrais-tu les mettre en ordre? Can you put these in order?  1. intelligent C’est prof un 2. sont Ce livres des intéressants 3. sympathique est Marie fille une 4. une méchante Ursula est personne 5. les pandas J’adore rouge 6. un Beiber est Justin garçon canadien

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