Bonjour tout le monde!
Jeudi, le 11 avril: Enclasse nous etudions…
1. les pronoms objets!
2. les verbes voir, croire, recevoir
1. Page 273 Activity C 1-7 (x 2, first one affirmative, second time negative).
2. Une Dispute amoureuse. Finish your dispute using object pronouns!
Students (group of 2 or individually)e write up a conversation (dialog) on the theme of a Lover’s Quarrel. Use object pronouns. Should be 10-15 lines.
See this website for explanations and examples: http://www.laits.utexas.edu/tex/gr/pro5.html
HERE IT IS: (credit to Tex’s French Grammar)
In the negative imperative, the pronoun follows the normal placement before the verb. However, in the affirmative imperative, the object pronoun goes after the verb and is attached to it by a hyphen. In addition, me and tebecome moi and toi.
agreement of the past participle
The past participle agrees in gender and in number with a preceding direct object. In other words, if the direct object pronoun is feminine, add an e to the end of the past participle; if the pronoun is masculine plural, add an s(unless the past participle already ends in s); if it is feminine plural, add es.