Leçon6: article indéfini et le verbe AVOIR
There are three indefinite articles in French:
Un (masculine form)
Une (feminine form)
Des (plural m/f form)
J’ai un frère.
Son père a deux enfants.
Elle a sœurs.
Leçon5: La Famille et Possessive Adjectives
Lesson5 is about the family, for this lesson I chose the Addams Family. As weird as it sounds, I love this family! Haha. Maybe because I grew up watching this cartoon :)
Grandmama has un fils, Gomez. Gomezis le père and la mère is Morticia. Gomez and Morticia have un fils il s’appelle Pugsley. Pugsley has une sœur, elle s’appelle Wednesday.
Gomez has un frère, Fester. Fester is l`oncle of Wednesday and Pugsley.
- la famille (The Family)
- le père (father)
- la mère (mother)
- le fils (son)
- la fille (daughter)
- le frère (brother)
- la sœur (sister)
- l`oncle (uncle)
- la grand-mère (grandmother)
Just posted the leçon4 photos! Again, I do not own the pictures. I just edited the pics! :)
29 November 2013: STARTED STUDYING JAPANESE
Watashi wa Mica to iimasu.
Asking for someone`s name
Q: (formal) Comment vous-appellez vous?
(informal) Comment tu t`appelles?
How to answer it:
A: Je m`appelle [insert name here]
Asking where one is from:
Q: (formal) D`où venez-vous?
(informal) D`où viens tu?
How to answer it:
Je viens de [insert name of town/country here]
Saying your nationality:
Je suis [insert your nationality here]
Bonjour! Je m`appelle WikaMica. Je viens de philippines. Je suis philippine.
Leçon2: French Greetings
Disclaimer: These photos are not mine I just added the greetings on the lower parts of the photos.
The topic for today is about French Greetings. Here are some of the French Greetings I learned:
Bonjour which also means good day or good morning is used from the time Mr. Sun rises until 1200.
Bonsoir is good evening in French. I am not sure what time the French start to use this greeting. Maybe around 1800? I am not sure, feel free to correct me.
Salut I believe this is the French for hi, hello, or greetings! This is usually used informally.
Bonne soirée which means good night. This is used when someone is about to sleep, like a mother putting her child to sleep.
Bonne journée which means have a nice day!
Here are other French phrases:
Enchantée - pleased to meet you!
Au revoir - goodbye
Adieu - also means goodbye. Literally means, God be with you.
à bientot - see you soon!
à demain - see you tomorrow!
When answering a question, specifically a yes or no question there is only two possible answers: