By Albert Valdman, Cathy Pons, Mary Ellen Scullen
Chez nous bargains scholars a wide-ranging cultural standpoint, targeting French Canada and the Francophone global as a whole. It makes use of a cautious development from skill-developing to skill-using actions and an entire supplement of supplementary fabrics to aid scholars strengthen listening, examining, conversing, and writing skills.
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SEll INN EN PASSENDE INFINIlIV: FiZZ in an apppoppiate infinitive: o. Dere 1iker ___ ~ _____ _ se ---------- bi1der av nordmenn. 1. Liker Per enge1sk? 2. Jorunn 1iker pA d¢ra. 3. Jeg 1iker brev til deg. 4. Vi 1iker mange penger. 5. Hansen 1iker ikke ____________________ 12rer. 6. Gro 12rer ---------- ---------21 b¢ker. Sjette kapittel VI. HVEM LIKER ASTRI~ 1. Vi leser mange • 2. Det er fem ______________ _ i taket i 3. Hva er klokka? Er ikke timen 4. "Du har _______________ , Jorunn. " 5. "~er, 6.
Questions reverse the relative positions of 8 and V. For questions which require only a 'yes' or 'no' answer, the sentence starts with the V, and the 8 follows. Questions which require new information to be given start with an interrogative (et sp¢ztzteoztd), and V-S follow: (interrogative) Hva V 8 Sovezt Likezt Hazt hetezt du? Svein du hun? 36 a tu 7, 7,e? sett fi7,men f¢zt? VERB REVIEW 1. How do you say 'She is counting'? Hun tettell. 2. How do you say 'Leif is here'? Lei! ell hell. 3. , but not in sentence I.?
Pronouns (for example, 'he, she, they,' and 'them') can take the place of nouns or names. an object in the sentence. As you will see in the examples below, objects can be classified as direct objects, indirect objects, or objects of prepositions. Noun as subject: Pennen ligger pI bordet. ~ sA pA Kari. Noun as object: Vi kj9Spte pennen. (direct object) Jeg skriver med pennen. (object of preposition) Vi sender mannen et breve (indirect object) Most pronouns, on the other hand, have distinct forms for subject and object use.