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Arrêtez de faire du bruit ! four. Soyez gentil avec moi ! five. Parle avec ton fils ! three. Ferme los angeles porte ! 126 starting FRENCH FOR the definitely burdened E. Prends los angeles rue Villeneuve. Prends los angeles deuxième rue à gauche. Va tout droit. Traverse l. a. position. Tourne à droite à los angeles première rue. C’est là. F. You: Pardon, monsieur. Je cherche l’hôtel de ville. Vous pouvez m’aider ? église position CHAPTER 7 vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvv J’ai perdu un livre ! vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvv Do i must learn is bankruptcy? Th you want to learn this bankruptcy if you want to study or find out about: verbal exchange abilities ➜ Expressing ownership (2) ➜ keeping off repetition in sentences ➜ Expressing legal responsibility (1) Grammar and vocabulary talents ➜ Direct item pronouns ➜ oblique item pronouns ➜ Order of item pronouns ➜ conversation verbs ➜ colours ➜ Verbs and prepositions through under pressure pronouns ➜ The verb devoir vvv 127 Copyright © 2003 through The McGraw-Hill businesses, Inc. click on right here for phrases of Use. starting FRENCH FOR the totally harassed 128 discussion 7. 1 Lucie Charest can’t locate her grammar ebook, that is truly her brother’s. She is anxious. She asks one among her professors to work out if he has came across it. Lucie Charest ne peut pas trouver son livre de grammaire. En réalité le livre appartient à son frère et elle est inquiète. Elle veut savoir si son professeur l’a trouvé. LUCIE Excusez-moi, monsieur le professeur. Vous avez trouvé èksküzémwa, mesyö le pròfèsër. vu zavé truvé un livre de grammaire dans votre bureau ? e˜ livr de gramèr dã vòtr büro ? LE PROFESSEUR Oui, je l’ai trouvé. wi, zhe lé truvé. LUCIE Il est à moi. Bon, en réalité il est à mon frère, mais je il é ta mwa. bõ, ã réalité il è ta mõ frèr, mè zhe l’utilise pour le cours. lütiliz pur le kur. LE PROFESSEUR Il est bleu ? il è blö ? LUCIE Oui, avec des lettres jaunes. wi, avèk dè lètr zhon. LE PROFESSEUR C’est exacte. Il est à mon bureau. sè tègzakt. il è ta mõ büro. LUCIE Ah, parfait ! Je l’ai oublié l’autre jour quand je suis passée a, parfè ! zhe lé ublié lotr zhur okayã zhe sÿi pâsé vous voir. Je suis désolée. vu vwar. zhe sÿi dézólé. LE PROFESSEUR Ça n’a pas d’importance. Au moins, vous l’avez trouvé. sa na pâ d˜epòrtãs. o mw˜e, vu lavé truvé. LUCIE Je peux passer le chercher ? zhe pö pâsé le shérshé ? LE PROFESSEUR Bien sûr. Je vous attends à 15 h 00, mais tu dois être là by˜e sür. zhe vu zatã a k˜e zër, mè tü dwa ètr l. a. à l’heure. a lër. J’ai perdu un livre ! 129 Translation LUCIE PROFESSOR LUCIE PROFESSOR LUCIE PROFESSOR LUCIE PROFESSOR LUCIE PROFESSOR Excuse me, professor. Did you discover a grammar booklet on your place of work? convinced, I did. It’s mine. good, it’s quite my brother’s, yet i exploit it for my category. Is it blue? convinced, with yellow letters. That’s correct. It’s in my workplace. reliable! I forgot it the opposite day while I got here to determine you. I’m sorry. That’s okay. no less than you have got chanced on it. am i able to cease through to get it? yes. I’ll look ahead to you at 3:00 P. M. , yet you need to be on time. start the next phrases and expressions could be invaluable all through this bankruptcy. J’ai perdu un livre. un livre de grammaire un bureau en réalité le cours bleu(e) jaune avec un lettre parfait l’autre jour Ça n’a pas d’importance.

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