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By Heather McCoy

This updated, hugely utilitarian word e-book contains glossy idioms: terminology with regards to desktops, mobile phones, slang, and different elements of 21st-century lifestyles. extra than 1,000 easy words for speedy, powerful communique contain expressions for eating, transportation, procuring, and different universal events. A phonetic pronunciation advisor accompanies each one phrase.  

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Plus jeune que lui? 5. Elles (être) vraiment charmantes. 6. Vous (être) occupé cet après-midi? 7. Ce (être) un nouveau livre. 8. Leurs méthodes (ne pas être) 9. Est-ce qu’il (être) 10. Je (être) très efficaces. aussi amusant que son frère? un peu en retard. EXERCICE 3·2 Répondre aux questions à la forme affirmative. 1. Est-ce qu’ils sont en retard? 2. Le climat est sec? 3. Êtes-vous libre ce soir? 4. Est-il heureux? 5. Est-ce qu’elle est sympathique? 6. Ce restaurant français est cher? 7. Êtes-vous fatigué?

9. It’s very expensive. 10. Close the window. We are cold. The -oir verbs The -oir verbs do not all follow the same conjugation pattern. We’ll start with the very useful verb savoir (to know). Savoir means to know a fact, to know how to do something from memory or study. je sais tu sais il/elle sait I know you know he/she knows nous savons vous savez ils/elles savent Elle sait jouer du piano. Il sait ce poème par cœur. Ils savent gérer leurs affaires. we know you know they know She can play the piano.

The verb avoir is used in many common idiomatic expressions. Here are a few examples: j’ai de la chance j’ai besoin de… j’ai chaud j’ai envie de… j’ai faim j’ai froid j’ai honte j’ai l’air de… j’ai mal j’ai peur j’ai (trente-cinq) ans j’ai raison j’ai soif j’ai tort I am lucky I need . . I am hot, warm I feel like . . I am hungry I am cold I am ashamed I seem, I look . . I have a pain, it hurts I am afraid I am (thirty-five) years old I am right I am thirsty I am wrong When referring to the state of one’s body, French uses avoir mal à (having an ache or pain).

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