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-er verbs

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  • Q1
    An infinitive of a verb is:
    none of the answers
    a verb that has the -er taken off
    a verb that has an ending on it, like -e, -es, -on, -ez, -ent
    a verb that still has the -er attached
  • Q2
    The subjects and their verbs endings are:
    Je = e Tu = es Il/Elle = est Nous = ont Vous = ez Ils/Elles = ent
    Je = e Tu = es Il/Elle = e Nous = ont Vous = ez Ils/Elles = ont
    Je = es Tu = e Il/Elle = es Nous = ons Vous = ez Ils/Elles = ont
    Je =e Tu = es Il/Elle = e Nous = ons Vous = ez Ils/Elles = ent
  • Q3
    Marguerite speaks English, Spanish, and French.
    Marguerite parle l'anglais, l'espagnol, et le francais.
    Marguerite parlent anglais, espagnol, et francais
    Marguerite parle anglais, espagnol, et francais.
    Marguerite parler l'anglais, l'espagnol, et le francais.
  • Q4
    A verb infinitive has the meaning:
    to speak, to live, to study, etc
    did speak, did live, did study, etc
    will speak, will live, will study, etc
    has spoken, has lived, has studied, etc
  • Q5
    Which -er verb endings are pronounced?
    ent and e
    ons and ent
    ez and es
    ez and ons
  • Q6
    They love to talk in class.
    Elles adorent parler en classe.
    Elle adore parle en classe.
    Ils adore parler sur la classe.
    Ils adorent parlent dans la classe.
  • Q7
    For commands and suggestions, the 3 verb forms used are for the subjects:
    tu, vous, ils
    nous, tu, vous
    elle, nous, tu
    nous, vous, je
  • Q8
    I am counting from 0 to 100 in French.
    Je compter a cent de zero en francais.
    Je comptes de zero a sont en France.
    Je compte a zero de cent en francais.
    Je compte de zero a cent en français.
  • Q9
    Study for the test! (all of you)
    Etudiez pour l'exam!
    Vous etudiez pour l'exam!
    Etudies pour l'exam!
    Tu etudies pour l'exam!
  • Q10
    Let's eat lunch over there with Jean-Luc!
    Nous dejeunons las-bas avec Jean-Luc!
    Dejeunez la-bas avec Jean-Luc
    Dejeunons la-bas avec Jean-Luc!
    Dejeuner ici avec Jean-Luc!
  • Q11
    Il regarde a la carte?
    Is he watching the map/card?
    Is he looking at the map/card?
    Is he looking for the map/card?
    Does he see the map/card?
  • Q12
    The -er verb endings and their subjects are:
    Nous = ent Tu = e Il/Elle = es Ils/Elles = ez Je = e Vous =ons
    Je = es Tu = e Elle/Il = e Nous = ons Vous = ez Ils/Elles = ont
    Ils/Elles = ent Vous = ez Je = e Tu = es Il/Elle = e Nous = ons
    Tu = e Il/Elle = es Ils/Elles = ent Vous = ez Nous =ont Je = e
  • Q13
    They live in Chicora.
    Elles habitont a Chicora.
    Elles habiter a Chicora.
    Ils habitent a Chicora.
    Ils habitons a Chicora.
  • Q14
    Do you prefer green or yellow?
    Vous preferez gris ou jaune?
    Vous preferer vert ou rouge?
    Vous preferez vert ou jaune?
    Vous preferons vert ou jaune?
  • Q15
    Marielle danse tres bien.
    All of the answers.
    Marielle is dancing very well.
    Marielle dances very well.
    Marielle does dance very well.

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