French Grammar Revision: Mille Et Un Points
Mille et un points sets out all the basic essentials of French grammar, with plenty of examples of patterns and a selection of reference tables. This book is invaluable for GCSE preparation and for individual revision at A Level.
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able add the endings adjective ADVERBS apples arrive arrived as-tu at/to becomes before better blue book carry CEDILLE Compound countries cueillir Direct Object do/make drink eaten English espere cede Est-ce etait etes ETRE Type examples FALLOIR few/some finish football Formation French friend Future Tense give going gone happy have hebreu hide house home hyphen Imperative Imperfect Infinitive Irregular Verbs J'ai Jean know leave left linked little mange manger MASC Meaning means metres morning need Negative Sandwich never Note Numbers o'clock Object Pronouns omitted open order Past Historic Past Participle Perfect Tense Person unknown Pluperfect Plural prepositions Present Participle Present Tense pretty Put the auxiliary Reflexive Reflexive Pronoun remember Remove rule same Section seen send SIMPLE PAST Singular slowly sold someone sommes alles specific noun standing State Stem stylo Subject Subjunctive SUPERLATIVE take tall Tense Necessity time used vend vowel wash We/one years