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    (Original post by unfinished sympathy)
    quel jour occupe, or ca sera un jour occupe
    Thanks :hugs:
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    Thanks :hugs:
    thanks for the rep sohail and no probs
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    (Original post by lil_groovy_dude)
    oh

    im not sure what quelquefois(sp? :blush: ) means lol :blushing: ive forgotten the most simplest of words
    sometimes
    quelque chose- something
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    (Original post by unfinished sympathy)
    sometimes
    quelque chose- something


    rep - its OK :hugs:

    Susie ... I'll try and rep you tomorrow :hugs:
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    (Original post by lil_groovy_dude)


    rep - its OK :hugs:

    Susie ... I'll try and rep you tomorrow :hugs:
    did you do GCSE or Alevel?
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    (Original post by unfinished sympathy)
    did you do GCSE or Alevel?
    I'm doing GCSE lol (year 10)

    :blush:

    You doing A-Level?
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    rep - its OK :hugs:

    Susie ... I'll try and rep you tomorrow :hugs:
    Merci, mais ce n'est pas necessaire :hugs:
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    (Original post by lil_groovy_dude)
    I'm doing GCSE lol (year 10)

    :blush:

    You doing A-Level?
    nope i finished it last year- i got an A- yippppeee

    youre in Year 10, aawww gcse is the best!
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    :hugs: It's OK susie

    I'd better get going ... I am going to go watch TV methinks

    I've forgotten future tense :eek: :blush: but will ber revising it after half-term :p:

    See ya two :hugs: xxxxxxx
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    nope i finished it last year- i got an A- yippppeee

    youre in Year 10, aawww gcse is the best!
    awww cool congrats :hugs: you on a gap year or at uni studying french?

    I'm loving it so far
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    (Original post by lil_groovy_dude)
    :hugs: It's OK susie

    I'd better get going ... I am going to go watch TV methinks

    I've forgotten future tense :eek: :blush: but will ber revising it after half-term :p:

    See ya two :hugs: xxxxxxx
    bye sohail- all ya do is add the avoir verb present tense endings-
    ai as a ons ez ont then you just have to learn the odd verbs like etre.

    so it mangerai mangeras etc and with -re verbs you take off the -re


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    (Original post by lil_groovy_dude)
    :hugs: It's OK susie

    I'd better get going ... I am going to go watch TV methinks

    I've forgotten future tense :eek: :blush: but will ber revising it after half-term :p:

    See ya two :hugs: xxxxxxx
    Don't worry about it- they go over the tenses in much more detail again later. See you Sohail! :hugs:
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    (Original post by suuuuuuseh)
    Don't worry about it- they go over the tenses in much more detail again later. See you Sohail! :hugs:
    yep- theyre not hard to learn sohail
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    (Original post by suuuuuuseh)
    C'est beaucoup mieux que mon dictionnaire.
    Ouais, le dictionnaire "étude facile" n'était pas du tout utile. Il manque beaucoup de mots. J'utilisais toujours le grand Oxford dictionnaire pour le GCSE.

    Et Sohail: l'imparfait, je ne le comprends pas entièrement (je ne comprends pas quand j'ai besoin d'utiliser le composé ou l'imparfait) - et j'ai recu un A* pour GCSE! :p:
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    (Original post by RJA)
    Ouais, le dictionnaire "étude facile" n'était pas du tout utile. Il manque beaucoup de mots. J'utilisais toujours le grand Oxford dictionnaire pour le GCSE.

    Et Sohail: l'imparfait, je ne le comprends pas entièrement (je ne comprends pas quand j'ai besoin d'utiliser le composé ou l'imparfait) - et j'ai recu un A* pour GCSE! :p:
    Oui- quand j'étais plus jeune, c'était pas mal; mais actuellement.. c'est un peu limité.
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    Bonjour

    How do you use reflexive verbs in past tense?
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    (Original post by lil_groovy_dude)
    Bonjour

    How do you use reflexive verbs in past tense?
    In the perfect you use:
    The subject- i.e. "Je", "tu", "il/elle/on" etc
    The relevant reflexive pronoun- so "me", "te", "se" etc
    Then the relevant form of etre as the auxiliary- so "suis", "es", "est", "sommes", "etes", "sont"
    Followed by the past participle- i.e. "lavé", "douché"

    So your end result is for example: "Je me suis lavé"

    Subject
    reflexive pronoun
    auxiliary
    past participle
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    J'aime les couleurs Susie

    Aussi, nous avons 25,000 vues de ce thread maintenant :party:
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    (Original post by RJA)
    J'aime les couleurs Susie

    Aussi, nous avons 25,000 vues de ce thread maintenant :party:
    Mais oui! Et félicitations tlm.
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    Ooh and Sohail if you want to do reflexive verbs in the imperfect, it's pretty simple- just:

    Subject- "Je", "tu", "il/elle/on" etc.
    reflexive pronoun- "me", "te", "se" etc.
    verb in the imperfect- "lavais", "douchais", "déshabillais"

    Example: "Je me douchais"

    Subject
    reflexive pronoun
    verb in imperfect
 
 
 
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