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I have finished the work / J’ai fini le travail. Review finir. definite article The definite article in French has four forms and they all mean the. They are: le, la, l’, les, as in: le livre/the book, la maison/the house, l’école/the school, les enfants/the children The definite articles are also used as direct object pronouns. See direct object pronoun. demonstrative adjective A demonstrative adjective is an adjective that points out. It is placed in front of a noun. this book/ce livre; this hotel/cet hôtel; this child/cet enfant; this house/cette maison; these flowers/ces fleurs demonstrative pronoun A demonstrative pronoun is a pronoun that points out.

Which precedes the verb. Review acheter and rire. See also relative pronoun. auxiliary verb An auxiliary verb is a helping verb. In English grammar it is to have. In French grammar it is avoir (to have) or être (to be). An auxiliary verb is used to help form the seven compound tenses. I have eaten /J’ai mangé; she has left / elle est partie. Review page 6 to find out about verbs conjugated with avoir or être as helping verbs. Also, review manger and partir. cardinal number A cardinal number is a number that expresses an amount, such as one, two, three, and so on.

The boy/le garçon; the arm/le bras; the eye/l’oeil Masc. : the boys/les garçons; the arms/les bras; the eyes/les yeux Fem. : the girl/la jeune fille; the house/la maison; the hen/la poule Fem. : the girls/les jeunes filles; the houses/les maisons; the hens/les poules ordinal number An ordinal number is a number that expresses position in a series, such as first, second, third, and so on. In English and French grammar we talk about 1st person, 2d person, 3d person singular or plural regarding subjects and verbs.

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