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Standalone adjectives after c'est are always masculine, C'est, ce sont = this is, these are (demonstrative pronouns), Mon, ma, mes; ton, ta, tes; son, sa, ses = my; your; his / her (possessive adjectives), Using dans, sur, sous, devant, derrière, entre to say in, on top of, under, in front of, behind, between (prepositions), Notre, nos, votre, vos, leur, leurs = our, your, their (possessive adjectives), Forming the feminine of nouns and adjectives ending in -ien, -ion, -on, Expressing timeliness (late, early, on time) - in general, Conjugate aller in Le Présent (present tense), À + le = au, à + les = aux, de + le = du, de + les = des (contractions of articles), À côté de, en face de, à l'extérieur de, à l'intérieur de, près de, loin de, au coin de (prepositions), Expressing how you are with aller (greetings), Continents, countries, regions & states are masculine, feminine or plural (gender), Using le, la, l', les with continents, countries & regions names (definite articles), Using en with feminine countries and au(x) with masculine countries to say in or to (prepositions), En, dans = In, to with regions, states, counties (prepositions), Conjugate venir, tenir and derivatives in Le Présent (present tense), Using 'à' (to/in) and 'de' (from/of) with cities (prepositions), Venir de, d', du, des + country / state / region = To come/be from, Using à, en, par with means of transport (prepositions), Talking about the weather with il fait + [adjective], Using dans (not sur) with streets and transportation (prepositions), Talking about the weather with il y a + [noun], Conjugate regular -er verbs in Le Présent (present tense), Asking yes/no questions with intonation, est-ce que, n'est-ce pas, Using 'si' instead of 'oui' to disagree with a negative question or statement, Using le, la, l', les before nouns when generalising (definite articles), Using Le Présent where English uses Present Tense (current actions, habits and situations), Conjugate faire in Le Présent (present tense), Faire de, jouer à : talking about sports, hobbies and leisure activities, Conjugate vouloir in Le Présent (present tense), Adjectives ending in -eux become -euse in the feminine form, Conjugate pouvoir in Le Présent (present tense), Adjectives ending in -s or -x change in the plural forms only when feminine, Conjugate devoir in Le Présent (present tense), Expressing large numbers: thousands, millions and billions, Questions with qui, que, quoi, quand, où, comment, pourquoi, combien, Ça m'est égal = I don't mind/care (idiomatic expressions), Conjugate regular -ir verbs in Le Présent (present tense), Using le, la, les with weights and measures (definite articles), Forming the plural of nouns ending in -au or -eau, Beau, nouveau, vieux, fou, mou have two masculine forms and one feminine form, Conjugate regular -dre verbs in Le Présent (present tense), Moi, toi, lui, elle = me, you, him, her (stress pronouns), Devoir vs avoir besoin de to express "to need to", Nous, vous, eux, elles = us, you, them (stress pronouns), Conjugate croire in Le Présent (present tense), Penser que, croire que = To think that, to believe that, Conjugate semi-regular -cer verbs in Le Présent (present tense), Using le, la, les with body parts and clothing (definite articles), Avoir mal (à) = To be in pain, to hurt somewhere, Conjugate semi-regular -ger verbs in Le Présent (present tense), Conjugate reflexive verbs in Le Présent (present tense), Conjugate reflexive verb se réveiller in Le Présent (present tense), Conjugate reflexive verb se lever in Le Présent (present tense), Conjugate reflexive verb se coucher in Le Présent (present tense), Conjugate reflexive verb s'habiller in Le Présent (present tense), Conjugate reflexive verb se laver in Le Présent (present tense), Conjugate reflexive verb s'amuser in Le Présent (present tense), Using ne ... pas with reflexive verbs in simple tenses (negation), Conjugate -é(-)er, -e(-)er verbs in Le Présent (except -eter and -eler), Conjugate partir, sortir and other -tir verbs in Le Présent (present tense), Using le, la, les with titles, languages and academic subjects (definite articles), Conjugate -eter and -eler verbs in Le Présent - main rule (ll / tt), Conjugate prendre and derivatives in Le Présent (present tense), Using an/année, matin/matinée, jour/journée, soir/soirée : time unit vs duration, Forming the plural of nouns ending in -al, Using Le Présent for ongoing actions where English uses Present Continuous, Être en train de : expressing ongoing actions in the present, Conjugate dire and derivatives in Le Présent (present tense), Me, te, nous, vous = Me, you, us, you (direct and indirect object pronouns), Conjugate dormir and other -mir verbs in Le Présent (present tense), Forming the feminine of adjectives ending in -el, -eil, -il, -ul, -et, -s, Conjugate écrire and inscrire in Le Présent (present tense), Forming ordinal numbers (1st, 2nd, 10th...), Ordinal and cardinal numbers - differences between French and English usages, Beau, nouveau, vieux have different plural forms for masculine and feminine (adjectives), Aller + infinitive = to be going to (Le Futur Proche), Position of negation with two verbs (conjugated + infinitive), Conjugate lire in Le Présent (present tense), Conjugate reflexive verbs in Le Futur Proche (aller + infinitive), Venir de + infinitive = To have just done (Le Passé Proche), Conjugate mettre and derivatives in Le Présent (present tense), Adjectives ending in -er become -ère in the feminine, Forming the plural of nouns ending in -eu, Compound nouns formed with prepositions à, de, en, Tout le monde = Everybody (indefinite pronouns), Compound nouns formed with noun + à + verb-infinitive, Conjugate -eter and -eler verbs in Le Présent with 'è', Conjugate reflexive verb s'asseoir in Le Présent (present tense), Conjugate boire in Le Présent (present tense), What are subjects, objects, and pronouns? 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