Flashcards in 100 Most Used Words Deck (75):
'from' and possession:
• Express possession
• Give the origin of something
• Describe something
• Express a cause
third person singular present form of the verb être
has a few different meanings. It‘s most frequently used to say 'that'.
J‘espère que tu seras là
I hope (that) you will be there
means both 'one' and 'a'
He / It (masculine words)
is a preposition used to indicate :
• Destination (to)
• Express duration (from... to)
• To indicate location (at)
• To indicate time
is a pronoun used before male words. It translates as 'this', or 'that'.
is a pronoun used as the object of a verb to indicate a quantity. It can also indicate location, time, means etc.
is an indefinite pronoun which can mean 'one' or 'we'
is a shortened form of the pronoun 'cela'. It can mean 'it' or 'that'.
means 'for' when followed by a noun
as an interrogative pronoun means 'who' or 'whom'. It can also be used as a relative pronoun, in which case it means 'which', 'who', 'whom' or 'that'.
is a pronoun used to refer to a place already mentioned in the conversation.
is a preposition meaning 'in' or 'inside'. It can also be used to say 'within' a period of time.
is the contraction of 'de' and 'le' (of the). It can also mean 'some'.
as an adverb can mean 'well'. As a noun it means 'good'
is a conjunction equivalent to 'if'. It's also used to deny what someone just said.
Tu ne viens pas ? Si je viens
You don't come? I do
is an adjective meaning 'all'. As a pronoun it means 'everything'.
s an adverb used to make comparisons.
Used with the negative particle 'ne', it means any more.
Je ne veux plus y aller
I don‘t want to go there anymore
is a singular masculine possessive adjective. It‘s used like 'my' in English, but only before masculine words and words starting with a vowel.
yourself. is an object pronoun placed just before the verb.
is the contraction of 'à le' (to the). It‘s only used before masculine words.
is a form of the verb 'aller' (to go). It can be either the third person singular present form, or the second person singular imperative.
is a pronoun you use when you want to say "with you“, "for you“, "thanks to you“, "next to you“....
is the third person singular present of the verb 'faire' (to do, to make). Used as a noun it can also mean 'fact'.
The conjunction 'comme' can mean 'like', 'how', 'as' or 'since'.
C‘est comme ça It‘s like this
Comme tu es belle You are so beautiful
Comme tu es fatigué, je vais y aller
Since you are tired, I will go there
is the third person singular imperfect of the verb „être“ (to be).
Comme elle était malade, elle n‘est pas venue Since she was sick, she didn‘t come
It was awesome
The preposition 'sur' has a few different meanings 'on', 'on top of', 'above', 'out of'.
means 'what'. However, in many situations, other terms are used ('que' for example). You use 'quoi' when you ask a question but keep the normal setence word order. Or when 'what' is the object of a preposition.
is the French for 'him'.
is the first and second person singular present of the verb 'vouloir' (to want).
is the French for 'my'. It‘s used before feminine nouns.
is the French for 'there'. However, French sometimes use 'là' when 'here' would be used in English. In fact, 'là' can also mean 'around here'.
is the French for 'nothing' and sometimes 'anything'.
is the third person singular present and past participle of 'dire' (to say).
is one of the way to say 'your' in French. It‘s used in formal settings before a singular noun.
is the French for 'why'.
is the third person plural present of the verb 'être' (to be). It‘s equivalent to 'are' in English.
is the French for 'this'. It‘s used before feminine singular nouns.
The preposition 'par' has many different meanings. Most of the time, it means 'through', 'by' or 'per'.
is a singular masculine possessive adjective. It‘s only used before masculine nouns, while 'sa' is used before feminine nouns. It can either mean 'his', 'her' or 'its'.
means 'your'. However it‘s only used in casual situations before a singular masculine noun.
is the first person singular form of the verb 'pouvoir' (can).
is the first person singular form of the verb 'aller' (to go).
means 'to say'.
is a conjunction meaning 'then' (consequence of something) or 'so'.
is the second person plural form of 'avoir' (to have).
is the third person plural present of the verb 'avoir' (to have)
means 'even' as an adverb or 'same' as a noun.
is the French for 'all' or 'everybody'.
is the French for 'these' and 'those'. There is actually no distinction between 'these' and 'those' in French.
is the third person singular present form of the verb 'falloir' (to have to).
is the feminine possessive adjective. It can mean 'his', 'her“'or 'its'.
is the second person plural present form of 'être' (to be).
s the past participle of 'être' (to be) and also mean 'summer'.
is a feminine possessive adjective. It means 'you', and is only used before feminine nouns.
means 'can', is the third person singular form of 'pouvoir' at the present tense.
means 'other'. It can be used as a noun or as an adjective.
is an adverb with a few different meanings. It can mean 'again', 'still' or 'another'.
As an adverb, 'peu' means 'little' or 'not much'. As a noun it means 'few' or 'little'.
is the plural form of 'my'.
The adverb 'toujours' means 'always' or 'still'.
The preposition 'sans' means 'without'.
The adjective 'juste' means 'fair', while the adverb 'juste' means 'exactly'.