Présentation au sujet: "Le verbe AVOIR (to have). Can you remember what a verb is? So can somebody refresh our memory! They are doing words. What do you think AVOIR is? AVOIR."— Transcription de la présentation:
Can you remember what a verb is? So can somebody refresh our memory! They are doing words. What do you think AVOIR is? AVOIR is not a doing word, it is what we call an auxiliary verb. It means it is a very important verb which is going to be extremely helpful and useful. Just think about how many times you use TO HAVE in English.
Can somebody remind us of what a pronoun is? It is a word we use in order to replace a noun. Je (I)Nous (we) Tu (you, one person)Vous (you, polite) Il (he)Ils (they, boys) Elle (she)Elles (they, girls)
In French (and in English as a matter of fact), verb endings will change depending on who is doing the action. We use the subject pronouns and we call it a conjugation: Ihave Youhave Hehas Shehas Wehave Youhave Theyhave J’ai Tuas Ila Ellea Nousavons Vousavez Ilsont Ellesont