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Lesson Posted on 13 Mar Tuition/Class IX-X Tuition/French Tuition/Class I-V Tuition/French Exam Coaching/Foreign Education Exam Coaching/Advanced Placement Tests Coaching/French Language +1 Tuition/MA Tuition/M.A. French less

Accord Du Participe Pass ?

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Règle 1: Le participe passé employé sans auxiliaire s’accorde comme un adjectifExemple: Une lettre bien présentée. Exception : vu, excepté, ci-joint.Règle 2: Le participe passé ne s’accorde que s’il est placé après... read more

Règle 1: Le participe passé employé sans auxiliaire s’accorde comme un adjectif

Exemple: Une lettre bien présentée. Exception : vu, excepté, ci-joint.

Règle 2: Le participe passé ne s’accorde que s’il est placé après le nom

Exemple: Ci-joint, les documents que vous avez réclamés. Qu’est-ce qui est réclamé? Les documents (présent avant).

Règle 3: Le participe passé des verbes mono-pronominaux (verbes qui ne peuvent être précédés de me, te se…), conjugué avec l’auxiliaire ETRE, s’accorde avec le sujet.

Exemple: Lls sont partis très vite. Exception : étant donné (ex: Etant donné leur situation, ils ont vendu leurs actions).

Règle 4: Le participe passé des verbes bi-pronominaux (pouvant être précédés de me, te, se…) s’accorde avec le sujet lorsqu’il n’y a pas d’objet direct. Exemple : Ils se sont enfuis.

Particularité 1: Le participe passé reste invariable avec le verbe "se rendre compte de" (ex: Elle s’est rendu compte de son erreur).

Particularité 2: Le participe passé des verbes bi-pronominaux, dont le deuxième pronom de conjugaison correspond à un complément introduit par ‘à’, est invariable (plaire à, succéder à, sourire à…).

Ex: Lls se sont plu à récolter des signatures. Les années se sont succédé.

Règle 5: Le participe passé des verbes bi-pronominaux s’accorde avec l’objet direct si celui-ci est placé avant. Exemple: Les mains qu’ils se sont lavées.

Règle 6: Le participe passé des verbes bi-pronominaux reste invariable si l’objet direct est placé après. Exemple: Ils se sont lavé les mains.

Règle 7: Le participe passé conjugué avec l’auxiliaire avoir ne s’accorde jamais avec le sujet.

Exemple: Elle a bien travaillé.

Règle 8: Le participe passé conjugué avec l’auxiliaire avoir s’accorde avec l’objet direct si celui-ci est placé avant.

Exemple: Les acomptes qu’il a versés.

Exception: Ll y a eu, il a fallu, il a fait (impersonnel). Ex: Tous les efforts qu’il a fallu.

Règle 9: Le participe passé conjugué avec l’auxiliaire avoir reste invariable si l’objet direct est placé après.

Exemple: J’ai dactylographié tous les rapports.

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Les Articles D finis Et Ind finis / Definite And Indefinite Articles

Ums Josh

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Les articles définis et indéfinis / Definite and indefinite articles: Do you remember what we said in the other pages about articles? In French, a noun is always preceded by an article (or another "small" word). The noun decides the form of the article you choose. What you mean decides... read more

Les articles définis et indéfinis / Definite and indefinite articles:

Do you remember what we said in the other pages about articles?

  1. In French, a noun is always preceded by an article (or another "small" word).
  2. The noun decides the form of the article you choose.
  3. What you mean decides the type of article you choose.

Let’s explain all this again:

1. In French, a noun is always preceded by an article.

Look at the following sentences:

Le professeur est dans la classe. (The teacher is in the classroom)

We have two nouns here: professeur and classe. Each of the nouns is preceded by another word: le for professeur, and la for classe. Le and la are articles.

 

2. The noun decides the form of the article you choose.

Look again at the example:

Le professeur est dans la classe. (the teacher is in the classroom)

I chose le because professeur is a masculin noun, and la because classe is féminin. So the form of the article depends on the noun, whether it is masculin or féminin, and singulier or pluriel. Each article has three different forms:

Article défini

Article indéfini

  Masculin  Féminin   Masculin Féminin
Singulier le – l’ la – l’ Singulier un une
Pluriel les   Pluriel des  

3. What you mean decide the type of article you choose?

Compare these sentences:

  1. J’aime un chien. (I like a dog)
  2. J’aime les chiens. (I like dogs)
  3. J’aime le chien de ma sœur. (I like my sister’s dog)

All three sentences are correct, but they all mean something different:

In sentence a, I just mention the fact that I like a dog, but I do not give any indication that will allow you to identify that dog. You have no way, from what I tell you, to find out which dog is the object of my affections.

In sentence b, I simply state my affection for dogs in general. I do not refer to a particular dog. I just like any dog.

In sentence c, I refer to a particular dog, my sister's dog, a unique dog. You are able to identify the dog I am talking about.

By the way, you may have noticed that when I want to talk about things or persons in general, I will use the plural form for countable nouns, and the singular form for uncountable nouns:

  1. J’aime le café. (I like coffee.)
  2. J’aime les cafés. (I like cafés.)

The first café means the drink, coffee, and is uncountable. So when I want to refer to café in general, I use the singular form.

The second café means the place where you drink coffee, and is countable. So when I want to refer to cafés in general, I use the plural form.

So is everything clear? Then you are ready to try doing the exercises.

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Learning A Language In A More Natural Way

Akshata Vm

I am an experienced French teacher and have been teaching for the past 10 years. I teach academic french...

Hello Everyone, Hope you find this post interesting. Learning a language in a more natural way Explaining situations and learning vocabulary based on the situations. For example, you are hungry and you want to eat some food. Thats when you learn how to say "I want to eat" and the various delicacies. You... read more

Hello Everyone,

Hope you find this post interesting.

Learning a language in a more natural way

Explaining situations and learning vocabulary based on the situations. For example, you are hungry and you want to eat some food. Thats when you learn how to say "I want to eat" and the various delicacies.

You are in a stranger city and want to understand how to reach a particular place. Thats when you learn how to understand directions "straight, left, right, opposite, corner etc" 

And now you know how to survive in a stranger city.

Of course we learn grammer and structure of the sentence while we do so. 

This is how it is fun to learn a language. Kids in particular learn better, faster and get motivated to speak fluently.

So happy learning.

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How To Learn French Language In Easy Way?

Umang Dureja

I have completed Delf B2 level in the French language certified by the French government and I am teaching...

Step 1: Fall in Love with French: What’s the key to speaking French? Passion. French is the language of love. And to speak any language, you’ve got to fall in love with it. Or at least find a really good reason to stick with it, even when the going gets tough. Your big why for learning... read more

Step 1: Fall in Love with French:

What’s the key to speaking French? Passion.

French is the language of love. And to speak any language, you’ve got to fall in love with it. Or at least find a really good reason to stick with it, even when the going gets tough.

Your big why for learning French will keep you motivated through the ups and downs of learning a new language. It will be something to hold onto whenever you feel frustrated with learning French and start to wonder “What was I thinking?”

Everyone has their own big why for speaking French.

Here are some really good reasons to fall in love with French:

  • To travel the world. French is an official language in over 25 countries, and is widely spoken in many more.
  • To have conversations with French-speaking family members.
  • To read French literary classics (think Victor Hugo, Émile Zola, Alexandre Dumas and Gustave Flaubert).
  • To connect with French native speakers.
  • To get an inside view of French culture.

Why do you want to learn French? Find your own personal, meaningful reason to study French, and use it to keep you on track throughout your language journey.

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Pass compos avec tre verb

Kalpana Maithani

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Lesson Posted on 10/02/2017 Language/Foreign Language/French Language Tuition/Class IX-X Tuition Tuition/Class IX-X Tuition/French

Adjectives

Kalpana Maithani

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possessive adjective

Kalpana Maithani

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Fmily vocabulary

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La Diff rance entre mais et ma s

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