501 French Verbs by Christopher Kendris, Ph.D.,Theodore N. Kendris, Ph.D.

By Christopher Kendris, Ph.D.,Theodore N. Kendris, Ph.D.

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Au cas que in case; Au cas qu’il vienne, je pars tout de suite. autant que Autant que je le sache . . As far as I know . . avant que before; Ne me dites rien avant qu’il vienne. [Expletive ne is optional] bien que although; Bien que Madame Cartier soit malade, elle a toujours bon appétit. de crainte que for fear that; La mère a dit à sa petite fille de rester dans la maison de crainte qu’elle ne se fasse mal dans la rue. [Expletive ne is required] de façon que so that, in a way that, in such a way that; Barbara étudie de façon qu’elle puisse réussir.

I have a brother/J’ai un frère; I have brothers/J’ai des frères. I have a sister/J’ai une soeur; I have sisters/J’ai des soeurs. I have an apple/J’ai une pomme; I have apples/J’ai des pommes. See also definite article. indefinite pronoun An indefinite pronoun is a pronoun that does not refer to any definite or particular noun. something/quelque chose; someone, somebody/quelqu’un, quelqu’une; each one/chacun, chacune; anything/n’importe quoi independent clause An independent clause is a group of words that contains a subject and a predicate.

See also person (1st, 2d, 3d) and singular. possessive adjective A possessive adjective is an adjective that is placed in front of a noun to show possession. In French their forms change in gender (masculine or feminine) and number (singular or plural) to agree with the noun they modify. my book/mon livre my books/mes livres my dress/ma robe possessive pronoun A possessive pronoun is a pronoun that shows possession. It takes the place of a possessive adjective with the noun. Its form agrees in gender (masculine or feminine) and number (singular or plural) with what it is replacing.

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