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un Royame

kingdom

2

J'aimer bien

I like. it is better not to use J'aimer or J'adore because these mean that you love something or someone

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En (some or any) takes the place of de, de'l, de la in a sentence: When En is said pause for a moment before making the liaison with the en and the next word in the sentence. The En has to be heard when speaking.

follow the rule

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The below is written for pronunciation only and to master the laision between the en and the verbs. The info in the parenthesis is the correct way to write the sentence.
Je en nai; Je n' en n'ai pas (je en ai)
Tu en nas; Tu n'en n'as pas (tu en as)
il en na; il n'en n'a pas (il en as)
elle en na; elle n'en n'a pas (elle en a)
on en na; on n'en n'a pas (on en a)
nous en navon; nous n'en n'avons pas
vous en navez; vous n'en n'avez pas
ils en nont; il n'en n'ont pas
elles en nont; elle n'en n'ont pas

follow the rules

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c'est mieux

it better

6

bien, mieux, mauvais
meilleur, bonne,???????????

use with verbs
use with nouns to describe

7

un/une Pire que or plus mauvais

worse than

8

Pelerinage
Pélerin

pilgrimage
pilgrim's

9

Use assortment to describe different types of things. Melange is for a mixture

follow the rule

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un livraison a domicle

a delivery to home

11

quel est la prix
" " ca fait
" " ca coute

How much is it?

12

Begin new sentences with
De Plus
En Plus

moreover
in addition to

13

Do not say met with un recontre avec
Say recontre le president
recontre quel qu'un

follow the rule

14

render-visite a
s'addresser

to visit a person
addressed ( like the pope addressed the crowd)

15

sa propre

his own

16

demissioner

to resign

17

pronounce these as:
menace (mur-na-say)
success (suk-say)


threat
success

18

admettre

to admit

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QUI & QUE,VOL 2, UNIT 8, P. 756
Interrogative words Review
1. qui and que are used to separate words and shows the relationship between two words
2. Qui doesn't always belong to a person accept when asking questions. Qui is followed by a verb: Qui peut m'aider
3. Que can be abbreviate to Qu'.
4. Qui can never be abbreviated.
5. Que refers to a thing and is followed by an inverted subject and verb. E.g.: Que pouvez-vous faire pour nous aider. (what can u do to help us?)
6. Que is followed by a subject (je,tu, il, elle etc)
7. *** In the Passe Compose always use que***
8. Quoi (what) refers to a thing and is used with a preposition. E.g.: Avec quoi est-ce que vous allez server le poisson

WHEN to use Qui and Que in sentences:
Qui is normally followed by a verb: E.g.: Le fleur qui pousse. (the flower that grows) Qui REFERS to the flower.
the next word to follow que is normally the subject (je, tu, el, elle etc) and separates ideas. E.g.: Le livre que je voir ici

Follow the rule

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Always say this in this way: Le person qui s'appelle

the person who is called

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demander a. E.g.: Demander a quell qq'un de fair quelquechose

to ask someone to do something

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demander de

asking to do something

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Remember to say this in this way: combine d'enfant avez vous

Follow the rule

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m'a toujour plu
m'a plu

I have always liked (plu comes from the word plasir-to please)
I like

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avec autri

with other E.g.: I like to work with others

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Je suis a la lettre

I follow things to the letter.
Suis is from the verb Suivre (to follow)

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quant a moi

contact me

28

minutieus detailes (day-tie)

little or small details

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un materieux
un material

things for sculpting or art supplies
for administrative projects

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peut etre faites

can be done