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Greetings in French, Being Polite, Wishing a Good Day/night
Regnier Delucques
- As a native French speaker, i have an excellent handling of the subject matter ( speaking, writing,...
In French, It is a common habit to greet a person whom you know or not. The complexity lies in the following factors:
- The person you greet (is it a person whom you are already well acquainted with or not)
- The age of the person (is the person younger or older)
- The gender of the person (are you dealing with a male or female)
- When dealing with a female (is she married or not)
- The time of the day (morning, noon, afternoon, evening, night, midnight)
- The circumstance (whether you are meeting the person or leaving the person)
When greeting in French, you first wish a good day, then politely ask about the well-being of the person we address ourselves to. Knowing already how to ask a question is not mandatory, but can help framing the question the right way.
A)
- Bonjour! Bonsoir! Salut! are used to say either Good morning, Good afternoon/evening or Hi/hello
- Bonjour or Bonsoir Monsieur!/Madame!/Mademoiselle are used to say either Good morning Sir, Madam or miss (a young lady and unmarried)
Note: the object of the question would reply back by saying: Bonjour! Bonsoir! Salut
- Comment ca va?, Ca va?, Tu vas bien? Are used to say "How are you" to well known person and mostly a person of our age or younger.
Note: the object of the question would reply back by saying: Ca va bien (I a fine), Ca va mal (I am not fine), Comme ci comme ca (so so), Pas mal (I am ok, more good than bad)
B)
- Comment allez-vous? is used to say "How are you" to strangers, but also to know persons that are older to us.
Note: the object of the question would reply back by saying: Je vais bien, merci (I am fine thanks), Je vais mal (I am not fine).
C)
1- While meeting (saying for exp Good morning, after...):
- From 12 am to 12 pm use Bonjour
- From 12 pm to 12 am use Bonsoir
2- While leaving (saying have a good day/evening...):
- From 6 am to 12 pm use Bonne journey
- From 1 pm to 3 pm use Bonne apres-midi
- From 4 pm to 8 pm use Bonne soiree
- From 9 pm to 12 am use Bonne nuit
Note: It is not unlikely that a person would wish a good morning between 12 am to 6 am (while meeting as it is a new day that started) and Goodnight between 12 am to 2 am (while leaving as it is still dark)
Lesson Posted on 07 May CBSE/Class 4/English/Grammar Schools/ICSE Schools
Riya B.
M.A English West Bengal State University Regular Candidate First Class 61%. At present doing B.Ed...
ICSE board class 4 (IV)
Questions and answers
1) What did the Brahmin get as a gift one day?
The poor Brahmin got a gift of a goat from one of his disciples on a festive occasion.
2) What was the evil intention of the three thieves?
The three thieves intended to lay their hands on the court and make the tastiest mutton curry.
3) What did the first thief say about the goat?
The first thief asked the Brahmin why he was carrying such a dirty talk on his shoulders a man of his status should know better than that.
4) What did the second thief say about the goat?
The second thief leapt into his path and asked the Brahmin why he was carrying a dead calf on his shoulders it might have been a beautiful animal wants but now it was unfit for him to carry it.
5) What did the third thief say about the goat?
The third thief asked the brahmin why he was carrying that heavy donkey on his shoulders it looked strange.
6) Finally what lesson did you learn from the story?
Finally, we learnt that we should use our intelligence while charging any situation and not listen to everything one is told.
7) what did the Brahmin do at the end of the story?
The Brahmin was very much confused this time. He lost faith in his senses. He also thought that he was carrying a demon that could change form. He flung the goat off his shoulders and ran away to his home.
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read lessLesson Posted on 16 Apr CBSE/Class 10/Mathematics CBSE/Class 12/Science/Mathematics Schools/IGCSE Schools
Summary of 10th maths CBSE (imp topic is covered)
Deepak
I have 7 year teaching experience with IIT as well as board classes ( 10th , 11th , and 12th ) for maths...
Hello friends
Just read all those stuff and try to remind it and if you have doubts in any of them then go through the book
It's beneficial:
1)real number: for finding HCF and LCM by prime factorisation.
Euclid Emma and terminating or non-terminating condition...
2) polynomials: relations between roots and coefficients of equations ( quadratic and cubic both). How to write quadratic equations whose roots r given...
3) linear equations of two variables:
A condition of no solutions, infinity solutions, and unique solution,
Method to solve linear equations ( eliminating, cross, and substitutions)
4) coordinate geometry: section formula, the area of triangle formula and how to find ratio when coordinate is given
5) quadratic equations: completing square method, nature or roots,
6) Ap: nth term formula and summation formula
7) circle: theorem: ( tangent from an external point are equal)
8) Area related to circle: area of the sector and triangle area ( 1/2 r^2sin(Thota half angle)
9) construction: how to draw triangle when required is ( 3/4 type 5/3 type), how to draw a tangent from the external point.
10). Surface area and volume: all formula including frustum
11) : trigonometry: complimentary angle formula, and identity
12) application of trigonometry: tan60: root 3 and tan30: 1/root3
13) probability: formula
14) statistics: all formula for the mean( shortcut, assumed mean, and step deviations,), mode and median formula, and the relationship between them.. how to draw more than and less than ogive.
15) triangle: all theorem of this chapter (BPT, PYTHAGORAS theorem, and questions based on that, area of similar triangle related to side ) last exercise of NCERT last 7questions
These all topics are the important one ...
I hope this will be helpfull for you guys.
read lessLesson Posted on 15 Apr CBSE/Class 10/Mathematics/Application of trigonometry CBSE/Class 10/Mathematics CBSE/Class 10/Science
Summary of 10th maths CBSE (imp topic is covered)
Deepak
I have 7 year teaching experience with IIT as well as board classes ( 10th , 11th , and 12th ) for maths...
Hello friends
Just read all those stuff and try to remind it and if u have doubts in any of them then go through book and either call me 9710368667
It's really helpful:
1)real number :for finding HCF and LCM by prime factorisation..
Euclid lema and terminating or non terminating condition...
2) polynomials : relations between roots and cofficent of equations ( quadratic and cubic both). How to write quadratic equations whose roots r given...
3) linear equations of two variables:
Condition of no solutions, infinity solutions, and unique solution,
Method to solve linear equations ( eliminating, cross , and substitutions)
4) coordinate geometry: section formula , area of triangle formula and how to find ratio when coordinate is given
5) quadratic equations: completing square method, nature or roots ,
6) Ap : nth term formula and summation formula
7) circle: theorem: ( tangent from external point are equal)
8) area related to circle : area of sector and traingle area ( 1/2 r^2sin(thota half anlge)
9) construction: how to draw traingle when required is ( 3/4 type 5/3 type), how to draw tangent from external point.
10) . Surface area and volume: all formula including frustum
11) : trigonometry: complimentary angle formula, and identity
12) application of trigonometry: tan60 : root 3 and tan30 : 1/root3
13) probability: formula
14) statistics: all formula for mean( shortcut, assumed mean, and step deviations, ) , mode and median formula, and relationship between them.. how to draw more than and less than ogive.
15) traingle: all theorem of this chapter (BPT , PYTHAGORAS theorem, and questions based on that, area of similar traingle related to side ) last exercise of ncert last 7questions
These all topics r important one ...
I hope this will be help full for u guys
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Lesson Posted on 18 Mar Schools/IGCSE Schools Schools/ICSE Schools CBSE/Class 11/Commerce/Economics
Characteristics/Qualities of Good Money - Class XII Economics (Macro-Economics)
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Lesson Posted on 06 Mar CBSE/Class 8/Science Schools/ICSE Schools IIT JEE/IIT - JEE Mains/Physics/Physics and Measurement
Reflection Of Light (Questions)
Soumi Roy
I am an experienced, qualified tutor with over 5 years of experience in teaching maths and physics across...
1. Question:
Define reflection of light.
Answer:
The phenomenon by which a ray of light changes the direction of propagation when it strikes a boundary between different media through which it cannot pass is described as the reflection of light.
2. Question:
Name the two types of reflection.
Answer:
The two types of reflection are regular reflection and irregular or diffused reflection.
3. Question:
What is meant by diffused reflection?
Answer:
In this type of reflection the different portions of the surface reflect the incident light in different directions and no definite image is formed but the surface becomes visible.
4. Question:
Name the phenomenon due to which we see the non-luminous objects.
Answer:
It is due to diffused or irregular reflection of light that we see the non-luminous objects.
5. Question:
While looking at your image in a large plane mirror, if you touch your left ear it appears as if your image has touched the right ear. Why?
Answer:
It is due to lateral inversion that we feel that the image has touched the right ear.
6. Question:
Name any one device based upon the principle of reflection of light by plane mirrors.
Answer:
Periscope is a device based on the principle of reflection of light.
7. Question:
Define magnification.
Answer:
The ratio of the height of the image to the height of the object is called the linear magnification.
8. Question:
What type of surface causes regular reflection?
Answer:
Smooth polished surfaces cause regular reflection.
9. Question:
Define a) Centre of curvature b) Pole of a spherical mirror
Answer:
Centre of curvature is the centre of the sphere of which the spherical mirror forms a part. Pole of a mirror is the midpoint of the aperture of the spherical mirror.
10. Question:
What kind of mirror is used in a car to view the traffic behind it?
Answer:
Convex mirror is used in a car to view the traffic behind it.
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Lesson Posted on 28 Feb CBSE/Class 11/Commerce/Economics Tuition/BBA Tuition/Micro and Macro Economics Tuition/BCom Tuition/Micro & Macro Economics
Factors affecting Demand-CBSE/NCERT, Class 12/StdXII/SYJC/HSC, ICSE Micro-Economics
Rajiv Vadera
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