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Apr 09

Grammaire 1 Chapitre 3 Adjective Agreement

6 POSSESSIVE ADJECTIVES CHAPTER 3 B Accentuate possessive adjectives in the following sentences, then turn around the nomun they change. 1. Her aunt is very chic. 2. Their children are painful. 3. What is your brother`s? 4. Your son is super nice. 5.C is a picture of my grandmother. 6. He does not have his notebook. C Fill drafts with appropriate possessive adjectives.

Madeleine, what`s your half-brother`s name? Etienne half-brother is called André. He is friendly but friends are painful. Madeleine And the parents, are they comments? Eienne`s parents, Lucie and Georges. They`re funny. They have two little dogs. dogs is called plif and plouf. And you have a dog, don`t you? Madeleine Yes. dog is called Flea. D What are the possible meanings of the following sentences? In your own words, explain how the use of possessive jectifs in French differs from the third person. His brother`s cousins Holt French 1 24 Grammar Tutor 9 C is versus he/she is CHAPTER 3 To identify or describe people, you can use a variety of personal pronouns (him, her, it) and demonstrative (this, who, who). Who is this? It`s Christopher.

He`s my father. He`s an architect. This is my friend Julie. She`s Canadian. Fill drafts with a pronodem off the field. Those you did 1. These are my parents, Henry and Lucille. 2. Edith? She`s a very nice girl. 3.

is my French teacher, Mrs. Duquenne. 4. are my cousins who live in Quebec. 5. Let me introduce you to my brother. He`s a college student. 6. Who is the blonde? It`s Josette, a friend of mine. 7 is Vincent, the new student. To identify or describe a person, you can use the phrases c is and he/she is. But these sentences are not interchangeable.

Use it`s with a person`s name with an article/Possessivadjektiv – a noun with an article – a Nouniv – an adjective Use it/she is with an adjective C is Norbert. She`s a student. He`s my father. He`s a smart man. He`s smart. She`s blonde. Get French 1 27 Grammar Tutor 5 Possessive Adjectives CHAPTER 3 In English possessive adjectives (my, theirs, them, ours, and theirs) show to whom or anything belongs to anything. They do not change their shape, whether they change their singular or plural names. The distinction between him and them tells us whether something belongs to a man or a female or to more than one person.

Your uncle is bigger than our uncle. Sam`s having dinner with his grandparents. Your house is nearby. My sister Susan drives to school. One emphasize the possessive adjectives in the following sentences, then turn the nominus as they change. 1. The Smiths bought their first home last month. 2. His hamster sleeps in his nest. 3. My parents will celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary tomorrow. 4.

Where did I put my keys? 5.C`s great to hear that our football team has won. 6. Her sister left her backpack in the playground. In French, you can also show who or what belongs to something using possessive adjectives. The French possessive adjectives correspond in the sex (male or female) and in the number (singular or plural) with the substantial noun that is possessed. Feminine Singular Singular Singular Pluriel mon ma ma your (you) ton ta tes his/her sa his our your their (you their my father is great). (father is masculine and singular) She`s my aunt. (Aunt is feminine and singular) My brothers are athletic. (pluralist brothers) Use the singular male shapes Mon, Ton and Son before subtantives starting with a vowel or vocal sound.