Un Faccioso Mßs Y Algunos Frailes Menos (Spanish Edition)
I have heat. The same thing happens when telling the weather. In English we say It is hot.
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It is cold. It is windy. It is sunny. Once again we use to be and adjectives. In French we use faire to make and nouns. Chaud heat , froid coldness , vent wind , soleil sun are all nouns. We use fait the singular form of the verb faire with these nouns. Il fait soleil literally means It makes sun. It seems odd to have it be the subject of the weather. In a sense it helps to think of the it as Mother Nature or Jack Frost both singular subjects. French Il fait chaud. Il fait froid. Il fait du vent. Il fait soleil. Literal translation It makes heat. It makes coldness.
It makes wind. It makes sun. Comprehensible English It is hot. AVOIR to have to express pain: To say something hurts or that you have an ache, you can use avoir mal body part :. J'ai mal la tte. I have pain in the head. I have pain in the stomach. I have pain in the arm. I have pain in the back. I have pain in the teeth. I have a headache. I have a stomachache. My arm hurts.
I have a backache. My teeth hurt. However, to simplify this complicated structure we will stick with a. This is the spoken equilvalent of ceci this and cela that which are used in formal French. Jaime a. I like this. I like that. Je naime pas a. I dont like this. I dont like that.
It is one oclock is said Il est une heure which literally means It is one hour. Une the feminine way to say one is used because the word heure is feminine. One is the only number that can be feminine when telling time. Once the number to tell time is plural , , etc , the structure word heure becomes plural: Il est deux heures.
Il est trois heures. Il est quatre heures. When you want to say It is time to [verb], you would use a verb in the infinitive form just as we do in English marked by the to. You are saying It is the hour to [verb]. Cest lheure du petit djeuner. It is time to eat breakfast. It is time to eat lunch. Cest lheure du djeuner. Cest lheure du goter. It is time to eat a snack.
It is time to eat dinner. Cest lheure du dner. Cest lheure du lire. It is time to read.
Cest lheure du dormir. It is time to sleep.
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It is time to play. Cest lheure du jouer. It is time to clean up. Cest lheure du ramasser. All ordinal numbers in French except first and second are created by dropping the final e if any from their corresponding cardinal number and then adding -ime: trois troisime huit huitime quatre quatrime neuf neuvime cinq cinquime dix dixime six sixime onze onzime sept septime Notice the spelling changes in cinquime and neuvime First is the only ordinal number that has a masculine form premier and a feminine form premire.
They must agree in number with the noun to which they refer. DATE: The structure for saying a date in French goes from smallest increment day to medium sized increment month to the largest increment year. It looks like this: Cest le day month year. It is the day month year. Example: The literal translation is: C'est le 8 avril It is the 8 April They would actually write this date like this: which is not August 4th.
Some students might think this is great but it will drive the rest wacko! Mon anniversaire est le day month year. Months and days of the week are NOT capitalized in French. The only things that are capitalized are proper nouns and the first word in a sentence even with book titles! Cest lte. Cest lhiver. It is summer. It is winter. Cest lautomne. Cest le printemps. It is fall. It is spring. Students can put it together with the days of the week and the weather and say: C'est lundi, le 4 fvrier.
Il fait froid et neige. It is Monday, the 4 February. It is cold and snowing. Read Free For 30 Days. Flag for inappropriate content. Related titles. Tests of and Degrees in French as a Foreign Language. Jump to Page. Search inside document. It is Most words in French that end in a consonant or a -u are masculine. Except -eur, -on le corps body le nez nose le bras arm le pied foot le dner dinner le printemps spring le djeuner lunch Also words that end in -ble, cle, -de, -ge, -me, ste, -tre le dos back le froid coldness le vent wind le chaud heat le goter snack le cou neck le ventre stomach Most words in French that end in -e, -, -lle, -eur and -on are feminine.
Except -ble, -cle, -de, -ge, -me, -ste, -tre la tte head la bouche mouth la jambe leg la heure hour la fatigue fatigue la famille family There are a few exceptions. Here are the ones expressed in these lesson plans : The words faim hunger , dent tooth , main hand and soif thirst end in consonants yet they are feminine la faim, la dent, la main, la soif Before a vowel the article becomes l.
But there are some exceptions: If a noun already ends in an -s, add nothing: le bras les bras If a noun ends in eu, -eau or -ou add an x: le cou les coux If a noun ends in -al or -ail, change it to aux: le cheval les chevaux horse s Exceptions: bleu, un il eye des yeux eyes.
SINGULAR grand, grande gros, grosse petit, petite blanc, blanche gris, grise vert, verte bleu, bleue noir, noire violet, violette PLURAL grands, grandes gros, grosses petits, petites blancs, blanches gris, grises verts, vertes bleus, bleues noirs, noires violets, violettes 3 Since the final consonant of the plural is silent, the plural forms of the adjective are pronounced the same as singular forms.
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