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      French A2

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      Prendre "to take"

      prendre is an irregular verb meaning "to take"

      Voir, Coire and Boire

      basic conjugation for voir, coire and boire

      The Past Tense (with avoir)

      past participles for regular verbs used with avoir

      The Past Tense (with être)

      using être as the auxiliary verb in the sentence

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      Vouloir, Pouvoir and Devoir

      modal verbs: to have, to be able to and to want

      Tonic or Stress Pronouns

      tonic or disjunctive pronouns, put stress in a sentence


      adverbs are descriptors: the modify verbs, etc

      Simple Future

      describe what will happen in the future or will be true

      Negative Expressions

      we will learn additional ways to negate sentences

      The Verb "to come"

      venir is classified as a motion verb

      The Recent Past

      used to express something that “has just happened”

      Pronominal Verbs (present tense)

      a verb that relates to a pronoun

      Pronominal Verbs (past tense)

      a verb that relates to a pronoun (present)

      The Verbs "to know"

      understanding the verbs savoir and connaître

      The Imperfect (past tense)

      used to express feeling or repeated action in the past

      Simple vs Imperfect Past

       passé composé and l’imparfait tense differences

      Relative Pronouns "Qui" vs "Que"

      translates to words like “that,” “who,” or “which”

      The Comparative

      expressing degrees of comparison

      The Superlative

      how to say the most or least in French

      The Passive Voice

      when the subject is the person affected by the action

      The Imperative

      making commands or orders

      Direct Object Pronouns

      represent the thing or person affected by the verb

      Agreement with Direct Object Pronouns

      when the direct object precedes the past participle

      Indirect Object Pronouns

      who to/for? or to/for what?

      The Pronoun "y"

      commonly translated as "there" or "it"

      The Pronoun "en"

      replaces a quantity, place, or object of the preposition

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