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French homework help? le pronom 'y'?

French homework help? le pronom 'y'? Topic: French homework passe compose
May 22, 2019 / By Erynn
Question: So for french homework we have to do something like ; Ashley chante au cencert a Toronto ---> Ashley y chante how do you do it if there are 2 verbes, like: Tracey et Bianca sont allees au cafe?
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Claramae Claramae | 6 days ago
Well one verb is the helping verb in passe compose. you put y in front of the helping verb in this case Etre and you get. Alle is normally the helping verb but Aller is a vandertramp verb. Tracey et bianca y sont allees.
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Claramae Originally Answered: French : le pronom et relative pronoun?
J'ai visite des eglises tu connais aussi. tu es deja alle. sont tres jolies J;ai ecrit a Philp mais il ne a pas repondu. are all correct!! Il aime beaucoup mais il ne lui telephone pas souvent. Vous leur avez envoye une carte postale. Pronom-objet are words like me te le lui les leur etc. Substantif means noun, so a substantif-sujet is a noun that is the subject of a sentence or clause, e.g., C'est le livre que Paul a lu. Paul here is a noun subject. Next, no, qu' always stands for que, never qui. For example one say C'est l'homme qui est venu, not qu'est. The real point is that que corresponds to the entity that something is done to (direct object) or the predicate (a funny but quite common usage) while qui is the subject. Ou is a place ('where') but occasionally also time or occasion (e.g., au cas ou... 'in case that...). The last set of examples you have deal with the distinction between direct and indirect objects. le is direct object, so is la and les, whereas lui and leur are indirect. Indirect objects correspond to nouns with a in front of them. Since we say J'aime Marie and not a Marie, we say Je l'aime not lui aime. Since we say telephoner a Marie, we say lui telephoner. Also envoyer une carte a Marie, hence lui envoyer. Any more questions, please ask.
Claramae Originally Answered: French : le pronom et relative pronoun?
you got it right with the J'ai ecrit a Phillipe mais il ne m'a pas repondu. Correct Il l'aime beaucoup mais il ne lui telephone pas souvent. Correct Vous leurs avez envoye une carte postale. Correct L' always have a verb starting with a vowel: aime Lui replace a person as leur les , le, la articles definis no pronom as lui, leur
Claramae Originally Answered: French : le pronom et relative pronoun?
regarding what you said..... qui + subject of previous sentence, ALWAYS eg ma soeur, qui est gentille,... que + new subject ie ma soeur que mon ami aime.... the examples you gave all appear right... but il ne m'a pas repondu is right but it is il l'aime beaucoup and il ne LUI telephone pas souvent and vous LEUR avez envoye.... why? because all these verbs (accept aimer) take 'a'

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a) Oui vous irez l'année prochaine b) Oui JE verrai l. a. Joconde à Paris c) Oui nous y mangerons de l. a. poutine d) Oui on PEUT Y acheter des sculptures en bois e) splendid answer
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Barbra Originally Answered: French Homework Help PLease?
Je suis de New York. Je vais à l'école à New York. New York est une très grande ville. Il y a combien d'élèves dans notre école? Nous sommes 3700 élèves. Nous allons à lécole en bus, en métro ou à pied. Et toi, tu es d'oú? Tu vas à l'école oú? Il y a combien d'élèves dans ton école? Tu y vas en métro comme nous?
Barbra Originally Answered: French Homework Help PLease?
Check --- Hoboken here... The Alliance Francias on 61st @ Madison has tons of stuff.. Movies, books, newspapers... You can become a member without taking classes there.. Also they have regular French activities, plus French movies on the big screen. I attended this school and it has wonderful resources. OK yeah the 1st post is correct.

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