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Dit-il toujours la vérité? The verb dit (of dire) is 3d person singular because the subject il/he is 3d person singular. Where are they going? / Où vont-ils? The verb vont (of aller) is 3d person plural because the subject ils/they is 3d person plural. For subject pronouns in the singular and plural, review page 103. antecedent An antecedent is a word to which a relative pronoun refers. It comes before the pronoun. The girl who is laughing over there is my sister / La jeune fille qui rit là-bas est ma soeur.

The verb s’appeler/to call oneself, to be named contains a single l. When a verb form is stressed on the syllable containing one l, it doubles, as in je m’appelle . /I call myself . . , my name is . . partitive In French grammar the partitive denotes a part of a whole. In English we express the partitive by saying some or any in front of the noun. In French we use the following partitive forms in front of the noun: Masculine singular: du or de l’ Feminine singular: de la or de l’ Masculine or feminine plural: des I have some coffee / J’ai du café.

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.

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