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1 Mots De Question

  1. 1. Mots de Question<br />
  2. 2. WHO<br />QUI<br />Pronounced: KEE<br />Usage:<br />Qui està la porte?<br />Who is at the door?<br />Les femmes qui habitentlà.<br />The women who live there.<br />
  3. 3. WHAT<br />2 ways!<br />Way #1:<br />QUOI<br />pronounced: KWAH<br />Usage: <br />Tuaimes faire quoi?<br />What do you like to do?<br />
  4. 4. Way # 2<br />Qu’est-ceque<br />This literally means “what is it that”.<br />Qu’est-cequetuaimes faire?<br />What is it that you like to do?<br />Or, we would just say, “What do you like to do?”<br />The answer to a question starting with “Qu’est-ceque” is going to be more than “yes” or “no”.<br />Remember, this phrase ends in a vowel, so be ready to substitute the last “e”<br />Qu’est-cequ’ildit?<br />What is he saying?<br />
  5. 5. WHEN<br />QUAND<br />Pronounced: KON<br />Quand arrive le train?<br />When is the train arriving?<br />Try to write out how to say…<br />When do you have class?<br />When is it that you have class?<br />Quandest-cequetu as la classe?<br />
  6. 6. WHERE<br />Où<br />Pronounced: oo<br />OùestWaldo?<br />Where is Waldo?<br />
  7. 7. WHY<br />POUR QUOI<br />Pronounced: purkwah<br />Pour quoi est-cequ’il fait Ça?<br />Why is he doing that?<br />For what is it that he does that?<br />
  8. 8. Because…<br />Parceque…<br />Pronounced: Pars kuh<br />Pour quoi tuaimesécouter la musique?<br />Parcequ’elleestdélassant.<br />Why do you like to listen to music?<br />Because it is relaxing.<br />
  9. 9. HOW<br />Comment<br />Pronounced: Komon<br />Comment vas-tu?<br />How are you (How go you?)<br />Bien, mal, etc.<br />
  10. 10. Est-ceque<br />This simply means “Is it that”<br />Put it in front of any regular sentence to make it a question.<br />The answer to this question will always start with “yes” or “no”.<br />Don’t forget the vowel at the end of the phrase; be ready to switch it out.<br />Tuaimes le gateau.<br />You like cake.<br />Est-cequetuaimes le gateau?<br />Do you like cake?<br />Oui, j’aimele gateau.<br />

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