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Au bar de la beaute, on vend la beaute, mais c'est aussi un lieu ou les dames aiment parler des autres. At the beauty parlor, they are in the business of beauty, but it is also the place where the ladies like to talk about others.

Once again, practice your conversation by changing these sentences. For example, you could say that "Marie est tres belle." Try some mix and match sentences with people you know.

Il/Elle est beau/belle He/she is beautiful/handsome
Il/Elle est intelligent(e) He/she is smart
Il/Elle est amusant(e) He/she is funny
Il/Elle est sincere He/she is sincere
Il/Elle est calme He/she is calm

Il/Elle est grand(e) He/she is tall
Il/Elle est petit(e) He/she is short
Il/Elle est mince He/she is thin
Il/Elle est gros(se) He/she is fat
Il/Elles est fort(e) He/she is strong
Il/Elle est malade He/she is sick
Il/Elle est vieux/vielle He/she is old
Il/Elle est jeune He/she is young
Il/Elle est riche He/she is rich
Il/Elle est pauvre He/she is poor

Forming sentences is getting a lot easier, right?

Now we can get a lot of practice by taking a subject from the first column, a verb from the second and an adjective or object from the third and fourth columns. Use your dictionary and try forming many combinations of sentences you may want to express. To make this exercise easier, the forms of etre, avoir, er, ir and re verbs are listed on the right.

Column A Column B Column C or Column D
Subject Verb Adjective
or Adverb
Object
M. Bergen Etre grave l'arbre ETRE
Mme. Luddy Avoir riche le ballon je suis nous sommes
Mme. Mehlem chanter pauvre la banana tu es vous etes
Mme. Mitchell parler facile la chaise il est ils sont
M. Novick preparer difficile le chapeau elle est elles sont
M. Rastatter habiter interessant(e) la commode
Mme. Reilly travailler intelligent(e) le crayon
M. Reilly pratiquer stupide la fleur ER Verbs
Mme. Simpson regarder poli(e) le garage je parle nous parlons
M. Waller ecouter heureau (euse) le gareau tu parles vous parlez
je, tu, vous, il, elle telephoner bon, bonne le jambon il parle ils parlent
Nous, vous, ils, elles dormir mauvais(e) le journal elle parle elles parlent
les eleves finir beaucoup la lampe
le chien (la chienne) garantir blanc(he) le lit RE Verbs
la jeune fille choisir mechant(e) la maison J'entends Nous entendons
la fleur maigrir Americain(e) l'oeuf Tu entends vous entendez
la chaise remplir amusant(e) le pays il entend ils entendent
le livre reussir beau (belle) le chambre Elle entend Elles entendent
le disque saisir meilleure le verre
la carte manger fou (folle) la glace
la cle rencontrer mignon(ne) la film
la voiture chercher delicieu (se) la gare
la radio acheter sec(he) la chose
le douanier demander Francais (e) la biere
le policier danser faux (fausse) le vin
le medicin aimer frais (fraiche) le viande
le banquier appeler chaud(e) l'assiette
le pilote apporter nouveau (nouvelle) la table
l'avocat courir triste la fourhcette
le sport couter serieu(se) le couteau
la langue couvrir doux (douce) la faim
la tele dejeuner fatigue(e) la soif
la question demeurer trop le bras
le garcon desirer incroyable boulangerie
la petite fille devinir jaune le petit dejeuner
la robe diner parfait(e) la bouteille
le stylo donner gentil(le) l'autobus
le crayon entrer sympathique le beurre
la parapluie envoyer gros(se) le bonbon

What Did We Learn?

  1. Mrs. Simpson is watching T.V.
  2. The children are polite.
  3. The question is incredible.
  4. The dog is sleeping in front (devant) of the garage.
  5. The little girls buys some bananas.
  6. The policeman and the customs agent are having dinner (dine) together (ensemble).
  7. The boy takes the bus.
  8. The French language is beautiful.
  9. The key is on the table.
  10. The book is next to (a cote de) the lamp.

 

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