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  • Created on: 25-04-17 20:59
What does "Venir de" translate to and what is its conjugation?
Translation: To come from. Conjugation: Je viens de, Tu viens de, Il/Elle viens de, Nous venons de, Vous venez de, Ils/Elles viennent de.
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What is "To See" in French?
Voir.
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What is "To Leave" in French?
Partir.
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What is "Saisir" in English?
To grab.
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What are the pronouns in French?
Je, Tu, Il/Elle, Nous, Vous, Ils/Elles.
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What is "Maintenant" in English?
Now.
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-er regular verbs when put in past tense end with?
-é.
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-ir regular verbs when put in past tense end with?
-i
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-re regular verbs when put in past tense end with?
-u
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Si equals what in English and becomes what in front of a vowel?
Si is If in English and becomes S' in front of a vowel
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What is "To See" in French?

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Voir.

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What is "To Leave" in French?

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What is "Saisir" in English?

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What are the pronouns in French?

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