French for a day/Francaise pour un jour.

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<p>French for a day.</p> <p>French for a day.</p> <p>0zro1un2deux3trois4quatre5cinq6six7sept8huit9neuf10dix</p> <p>11onze12douze13treize14quatorze15quinze16seize17dix-sept18dix-huit19dix-neuf</p> <p>Spring-printemps</p> <p>Summer-ete</p> <p>Fall-automne</p> <p>Winter-hiverFrench.Frenchis a languagespoken as a first language inFrance, theRomandyregion inSwitzerland,WalloniaandBrusselsinBelgium,Monaco, the provinces ofQuebec,OntarioandNew Brunswick inCanada, theAcadianaregion of the U.S. state ofLouisiana, the northern parts of the U.S. states ofMaine,New HampshireandVermot.Les phrases.Hello-bonjourWelcome-bienvenueHow are you-comme ca va?Im fin-ca va bienOf course-bien surGood afternoon-bonsoirIm sorry-pardon,desole Good bye-au revoirGood luck!Bonne chance!Happy birthday!Joyeux anniversaire!Happy new year!Bonne anne!Merry Christmas!Joyeux Nol!Congratulations!Flicitations!Enjoy! (for meals...)Bon apptit!Chercher la bagarre(to be spoiling for a fight).</p> <p>VerbeVerbsA verb expresses an action or a state of being. This action has a subject (such as the person who acts or the thing or idea that exists).</p> <p>Example:</p> <p>Lespetitsoiseauxchantent.The little birds are singing.AdverbsAdverbsAn adverb is a word which modifies (describes) a verb, an adjective, or another adverb. In English, most adverbs end withly, as in, "Please, speak slowly." In French, the adverbs end in -ment. So the same sentence would be:"Parlez lentement, s'il vous plat"</p> <p>Les petits oiseaux chantent joyeusement.The little birds are singings joyfully.AdjectifsAdjectivesAdjectives describe nouns. Because French nouns have both gender and number, any adjectives have to match the nouns they qualify in gender and number. Remember, too, that in French, some adjectives are placed before the noun while others follow the noun. </p> <p>For example:lepapierblanc(luh pah-pyay blahN)(thewhite paper)lagrandemaison(lah grahNd meh-zohN)(the big house)lesfeuillesvertes(lay fewy vehrt)(the green leaves)les petitsoiseaux(lay puh-tee-zwah-zo)(the little birds)</p> <p> Les Demostratifs.Ceis the masculine singular demonstrative adjective:</p> <p>Ce prof parle trop.- This (That) teacher talks too much.J'aime ce livre.- I like this (that) book.Cesis the only plural demonstrative adjective: "cettes" does not exist.Ce prof-ci parle trop.- This teacher talks too much.Ce prof-l est sympa.- That teacher is nice.Cet tudiant-ci comprend.- This student understands.Cette fille-l est perdue.- That girl is lost.</p> <p>EnglishMasculineMasc before vowelFemininethis, thatcecetcettethese, thosecescescesLes textes avec sous-titres.</p> <p>Bon voyage!!Bonne chance!</p>