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Hello-bonjour
Welcome-bienvenue
How are you-comme ca va?
I’m fin-ca va bien
Of course-bien sur
Good after...
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Good luck!Bonne chance!
Happy birthday!Joyeux anniversaire!
Happy new year!Bonne année!
Merry Christmas!Joy...
Verbs
 A verb expresses an action or a state of being.
This action has a subject (such as the person
who acts or the thin...
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Adverbs
An adverb is a word which modifies (describes) a
verb, an adjective, or another adverb. In
English, most adve...
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Adjectives
Adjectives describe nouns. Because French nouns have
both gender and number, any adjectives have to match
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Ce is the masculine singular demonstrative
adjective:
Ce prof parle trop. - This (That) teacher talks
too much.
J'aime ...
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Ces is the only plural demonstrative
adjective: "cettes" does not exist.
Ce prof-ci parle trop. - This teacher talks to...
English

Masculine

Masc before
vowel

Feminine

this, that

ce

cet

cette

these, those

ces

ces

ces
Bonne chance!
French for a day/Francaise pour un jour.
French for a day/Francaise pour un jour.
French for a day/Francaise pour un jour.
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French for a day/Francaise pour un jour.

  1. 1. 0 zéro 1 un 2 deux 3 trois 4 quatre 5 cinq 6 six 7 sept 8 huit 9 neuf 10 dix 11 onze 12 douze 13 treize 14 quatorze 15 quinze 16 seize 17 dix-sept 18 dix-huit 19 dix-neuf
  2. 2. Spring-printemps Summer-ete Fall-automne Winter-hiver
  3. 3.  French is a language spoken as a first language in France, the Romandy region in Switzerland, Wallonia and Brussels in Belgi um, Monaco, the provinces of Quebec, Ontario and New Brunswick in Canada, the Acadiana region of the U.S. state of Louisiana, the northern parts of the U.S. states of Maine, New Hampshire and Vermot .
  4. 4.         Hello-bonjour Welcome-bienvenue How are you-comme ca va? I’m fin-ca va bien Of course-bien sur Good afternoon-bonsoir I’m sorry-pardon,desole Good bye-au revoir
  5. 5.        Good luck!Bonne chance! Happy birthday!Joyeux anniversaire! Happy new year!Bonne année! Merry Christmas!Joyeux Noël! Congratulations!Félicitations !Enjoy! (for meals...)Bon appétit! Chercher la bagarre (to be spoiling for a fight).
  6. 6. Verbs  A verb expresses an action or a state of being. This action has a subject (such as the person who acts or the thing or idea that exists).  Example:  Les petits oiseaux chantent. The little birds are singing. 
  7. 7.   Adverbs An adverb is a word which modifies (describes) a verb, an adjective, or another adverb. In English, most adverbs end with –ly, as in, "Please, speak slowly." In French, the adverbs end in -ment. So the same sentence would be: "Parlez lentement, s'il vous plaît" Les petits oiseaux chantent joyeusement.  The little birds are singings joyfully.
  8. 8.   Adjectives Adjectives describe nouns. Because French nouns have both gender and number, any adjectives have to match the nouns they qualify in gender and number. Remember, too, that in French, some adjectives are placed before the noun while others follow the noun.      For example: le papier blanc (luh pah-pyay blahN) (the white paper) la grande maison (lah grahNd meh-zohN) (the big house) les feuilles vertes (lay fewy vehrt) (the green leaves) les petits oiseaux (lay puh-tee-zwah-zo) (the little birds)
  9. 9.  Ce is the masculine singular demonstrative adjective: Ce prof parle trop. - This (That) teacher talks too much. J'aime ce livre. - I like this (that) book.
  10. 10.  Ces is the only plural demonstrative adjective: "cettes" does not exist. Ce prof-ci parle trop. - This teacher talks too much. Ce prof-là est sympa. - That teacher is nice. Cet étudiant-ci comprend. - This student understands. Cette fille-là est perdue. - That girl is lost.
  11. 11. English Masculine Masc before vowel Feminine this, that ce cet cette these, those ces ces ces
  12. 12. Bonne chance!

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