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Lists with This Book. Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. Sort order. Le lime gris est court et Ctroit: Luh leevr gree eh koor ay ay-trwah: The gray book is short and narrow: La fenewe est grande. La table est petite. Lah tahbl eh puh-teet. The window is large. The table is small. Paris at grand. Pah-rec eh grawng. Paris is large. Monte-Carlo est petit. Mohn-fay-Kahr-loh eh Puh-tee, Monte Carlo is small.

Non, il n'est pas petit; iI est grand. Pah-ree eh-teel puh-tee? Nohng, eel neh pah puh-tee; eel eh grawng.

Paris, is it small? No, it is not small; it is large. Monte-Carlo est-il grand? Non, il n'est pas grand; Mohn-tay-Kahs-loh eh-tee1 grawng? Nohng, eel neh pah grawng; Monte Carla, is i t large? No, it is not large; il est petit. La France est-elle grande? Lah Frawnss eh-tell grawnd? Lah-may-reek eh-tell puh-teet? France, is it large? America, is it smali?

La Russie est-elIe grande ou petite? Lah Rew-see eh-tell grawnd oo puh-teet? Russia, is it large or small? Adjectives of color, like practically all others, are customarily placed after the noun. Grand and petit generally stand before the noun. De qrzelle couleur est le petit livre? De quelle couleur est la robe longue? Est-elle rouge? La robe noire est-elle longue? Est-elIe courte? A Est-elle noire ou verte? Est-ce que la fenCtre large est bleue ou rouge? De quelle couleur est la fenetre Est-elle grise?

La fenCtre rouge est-elle large? La fenetre bleue est-elle large ou btroite? Est-ce que la petite fedtre est rouge ou jaune? La grande fenttre verte ou bleue? Q; est-ce? Kee ess? Who is it? Un monsieur, une dame, une demoiselle. Uhng muss-yuh, ewn duhm, ewn duh-mwah-dl. A gentleman, a lady, a young lady. Est-ce un monsiem? Est-ce une dame? Est-ce une demoiselle? Ess uhng mws-yuh? Ess ewn dahm?

Ess ewn duh-mwah-zell? Is this a gentleman? Is this a lady? Is this a young lady? NOTE to Student: Un une means either "one" or "a". Therefore, there is no difference between "one gentleman" and "a gentleman" in French. Each is expressed by un monsieur. Also, ce masculine and cette feminine may mean "this" or "that". There is a way of differentiating between "this book" and "that book" by saying "this book" here and "that book" over there , which you will see in the next lesson.

However, as a general rule, you use the same word for "this" and "that". This may explain why the French use their hands so much!

C'est Monsieur Berlitz.

Ceet Madame Berlitz. BerIitz This is Mrs. Est-ce Monsieur Berlitz? Is this Mr. Oui, c'est Monsieur Berlitz. Non, ce n'est pas Monsieur BerIitz.

No, i t is not Mr. Berliu Est-ce Madame Berlitz? Oui, c'est Madame Berlitz. Yes, i t is Mrs. Non, ce n'est pas Madame Berlitz. Nohng, suh neh pah Mah-dahm Bair-leetz. No, it is not Mrs. Est-ce Mademoiselle Berlitz? Oui, c'est Mademoiselle Berlitz. Ess Mahd-muah-zeli Bair-Zeetz? Yes, it is Miss Berlitz. Non, ce n'at pas Mademoiselle Berlitz. Nohng, suh neh pah Mahd-mwah-zell Bair-leeb. No, it is not Miss Berlitz. Ess Mms-yuh Bair-Zeetz? I s this Mr.

Est-ce Monsieur Lacoste? Ess Mzlssy uh Lah-kost? Est-ce Monsieur Maurois? Ess Muss-yuh Moh-mah? Qui est-ce? C'est Monsieur Picard. Seh Muss-yuh Pee-kahr. It is Mr. Qui est ce monsieur? C'est M. Kee eh suh muss-yuh? Seh Mmsyuh Who is this gentleman? Qui est cette dame? C'est Mme Kee eh sett dahm? Seh Mah-dahm Who is this lady? I t is Mrs. Qui est cette demoiselle?

C'est Mlle Kee eh sett duh-mwah-zell? Who is this young lady? Suh muss-yuh eh Muss-yuh Shuh-vahl-yay. This gentleman is Mr. Cette dame est Madame Boyer. Sett dahm eh Mah-dahm Bwah-yay. This lady is Mrs. Cette demoiselle est Mademoiselle Colbert. Sett duh-mwah-zell eh hfahd-mwah-zell Kohl-baiz.

This young lady is Miss Colbert. Vous e t a Monsieur Smith. Je suis Monsieur Berlitz. Voo xett Muss-yuh Smeet. Zhuh swee Muss-yuh Bair-leetr. You are Mr. I am Mr. Etes-vous Monsieur Smith? Oui, je suis Monsieur Smith. Ett-voo Muss-yuh Smeet? Wee, zhuh swee Muss-yuh Smeet. Are you Mr. Yes, I am Mr. Ett-voo Muss-yuh Bair-leetz? Non, je ne suis pas Monsieur Berlitz. Qui suis-je?

Kee sweezh? Who am I? Qui eta-vous? Kee ett-voof Who are you? Who is this lady? Vous Ctes Monsieur Berlitz. Je suis M. Zhuh swee M2lssyuh Smeer, I am Mr. C'est Madame Berlitz. Seh Mah-dahm Bair-leetz. It is Mrs. Suis-je le professew? Sweezh luh praw-fess-err? Wee, voo zett luh praw-fess-en.

Am I the teacher? Yes, you are the teacher. Vous n'etes pas le professeur. Voo nett pah luh praw-fess-err. You are not the teacher.

Ett-voo lay-lew? Are you the pupil?

Wee, zhuh swee l ay- l m. Yes, I am the pupil. Btes-vous le professeur? Non, je ne suis pas le professeur, Ett voo 1uh praw-fess-err? Nohng, zhuh nuh swee pah luh praw-fess-err, Are you the teacher? No, I am not the teacher, j e suis l'61hve. I am the pupil. Zhuh swee duh-boo; uoo zett zah-see. I am standing; you are seated. Madame Beaumont est assise. Mah-dahm Boh-rnohng eh tah-seez Mrs.

Beaumont is seated. Mlle Bertrand est debout. Mahd-mwah-zell Bair-trawn eh duh-boo. Miss Bertrand is standing. Je suis franqais. Zhuh swee frawng-seh. Vous Ctes amkricain. Voo zett zah-may-ree-kahng. You are American. Monsieur Berlitz est-iI franpis? Oui, il est franqais. Mws-yuh Bair-leetz eh-tee1 frawng-seh? Wee, eel eh frawng-seh.

Berlitz, is he French?

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Yes, he is French. Mademoiselle Duval est-elle francaise? Mahd-mwah-zell Dew-uahl eh-tell frawng-sezz? Miss Duval, is she French? Oui, elle est franqaise. Wee, ell eh frawng-sezz. Yes, she is French. The phonetic spelling of some words varies, became of the use of liaison, as we have seen in Lesson 3. You have heard a great deal about French politeness. This accounts for the frequent use of Monsieur, Madame, and Mademoiselle, when you are engaged in for- mal coaversation. In the case of young ladies about whose marital status you are in doubt, pay them the compliment of assuming that they are married.

Address them as Madame.

Etes-vow amkricain? Btes-vow le professeur? Btes-vous franpis? Btes-vous franpise? Berlitz; je suis Le profeseeur. Suis-je le professeur? Suis-je branpis? Greta Garbo est-elle franpise? Maurice Chevalier est-it franpis? Suis-je franqaise? La Reine Elizabeth est-elle chinoise ou franpist? Churchill est-il allamand ou russe? Suis-je debout? Suis-je assis? Le professeur est-il debout ou assis? Monsieur Kroutchev est-il japonais? Oh est-il? Where is it? Le h e est sur la table.

Luh l eew eh sewr la tahbl. The book is on the table. La boite est sous la table. Lah bwnht eh soo lah tahbl. The box is under the table. Le chapeau est sur la chaise. Luh shah-poh eh sewr lah shez. The hat is on the chair. La plume est dam la boite. Lah plewm eh dawng lah bwaht. The pen is in the box. Le livre est-il sur la chaise? Luh l eew eh-tee1 sewr lah shezf Is the book on the chair?

Oii est le livre? Where is the book? Oh est la boite? Where is the box? Le crayon est sous la chaise. Luh kreh-yohng eh soo lah shez.

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The pencil i s under the chair. Le papier est dans le livre. Luh pahp-yay eh dawng luh leewr. The paper is in the book. Non, il n'est pas sur la chaise. I1 est sur la table. Eel eh sewr lah tahbt. It is on the table. Sous la table. So0 lah tahbl. Under the table. Where is the pen? Dans la boite. Dawng lah bwaht. In the box. La porte est devant moi. La f e nhe est derrihe moi. Lah pohrt eh duh-vawng mwah. Lah fuh-nehtr eh dair-yair mwah. The door is in front of me.

The window is behind me. La table est devant vous. Lah tahbl eh duh-vawng voo.

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The table is in front of you. Oh est la fenCtre? Where is the window? Oh est la porte? Where is the door? Kee ett-voo? Who are you? Oil eta-vous? Where are you? Oh suis-je? Where am I? Derrihe moi. Dair-yair mwah. Behind me. Devant vous. Duh-vawng rloo. In front of you. Je suis Monsieur Tainguy.

Zhuh swee Muss-yuh Tahn-gee. Je suis devant la table. Zhuh swee duh-vawng lah tahbl. I am in front of the table.

Vous etes Monsieur Berlitz. Voo zetf Muss-yuh Bair-leetz. Derrihe la table. Dair-yair lah tahbl. Behind the table. La c16 n'est pas sous la table, mais sus la table.

The key is not under the table, but on the table. La chaise est-elle devan'. Lah shez eh-tell duh-vawng voo? Is the chair in front of yon? Non, monsieur, elle n'est pas devant moi, mais derriere moi.

Nohng, muss-yuh, ell neh pah duh-vawng mwah, meh dair-yair mwah. NO, Sir, it is not in front of me, but behind me. Ce b e - c i est gris; ce livre est noir. This book is gray; that book is black. Ce crayon-ci est rouge; ce crayon est noir. Suh kreh-yohng-see eh roozh; suh kreh-yohng-lah eh nwah This pencil is red; that pencil is black. Cette boite-ci est grande; cette boite-lLk est petite. Sett bwaht-see eh grawnd; sett bwaht-lah eh puh-teet. This box is large; that box IS small.

Le chapeau bleu est sur la table, devant vow. Luh shah-poh bluh eh sewr lah tahbl, duh-vawng voo. The blue hat is on the table, in front of you. Le chapeau noir est sur le sofa. Luh shah-poh nwahr eh sewr luh soh-fah. The black hat is on the sofa. Le chapeau bleu est ici; le chapeau noir est li.

Luh shah-poh bluh eh tee-see; luh shah-poh nwahr eh lah. The blue hat is here; the black hat is there. Monsieur Berlitz est-il ici? Ou;, monsieur, il est ici. Muss-yuh Bair-leetz eh-teel ee-see? Wee, muss-yuh, eel eh tee-see. Is Mr. Berlitz here? Yes, Sir, he is hexe.

Monsieur Chevalier est-il ici? Non, monsieur, il n'est pas ici, Muss-yuh Shuh-vahl-yay eh-tee1 ee-see? Chevalier here? No, Sir, he is not here.

Moi means "me" after a preposition. Devant mot-"In front of me". It is also used after the verb "to be". C'est moi-"It is I". Although ce cet, cette means "this" or "that", you can differentiate more exactly between "this book" and "that book" by adding -ci and -1d to the word: Oh est le iivre? Est-il sur la table? Est-il sous la chaise? Oh est la plume? Est-elle sur la table? Oh est la fenstre? Oh est le professeur?

Le professeur est-il sous la table? Est-il debout devant la table? Le papier est-il dans le livre? Est-il dans la boite? Oh est la bolte? La plume est-elle dans la boite?

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You can change your ad preferences anytime. Upcoming SlideShare. Like this presentation? Why not share! An annual anal Embed Size px. Start on.Duh kell koo-luhr eh luh kreh-yohng? C'est la main ciroite. Wee, eel eh bruhng. Note that adjectives, such as color words, have masculine and feminine forms for use with masculine and feminine nouns respectively.

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