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Subject: Spanish

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Los adjetivos apocopados. Completa las frases con la forma correcta de la frase que incluye el adjetivo. Ejemplo: 1. mal 1. Hoy tengo un (malo) _____ día: los deberes son muy difíciles. 2. Mi (grande) _____ amiga tiene su cumpleaños hoy. 3. En (primero) _____ lugar no me gusta esta canción vieja. 4. Es una idea muy (bueno) _____.

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1. mal 2. gran (see notes) 3. primer 4. buena (not before a masculine noun - see notes) Notes: Shortening of adjectives Several common adjectives lose the final -o when they come before a masculine singular noun. This is called 'apocopation'. "Volveré algún día" "Hace mal tiempo hoy" "Grande" shortens to "gran" before masculine and feminine singular nouns.

Subject: French

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L'impératif (tu et vous). Complétez les phrases avec l'impératif des verbes entre parenthèses. N'oubliez pas de choisir la bonne forme. Exemple: 1 Sonnez 1. _____ à la porte! Mon mari va vous faire entrer. (sonner) 2. _____ Maman, c'est moi. Je vais être en retard. - _____ tranquille chérie! Ce n'est pas grave. (être) 3. Les filles, n'____ pas d'apporter un cadeau! (oublier) 4. Tu aimes ça, Christine? ______ -en un peu plus! (prendre)

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1. sonnez 2. sois 3. oubliez 4. prends Notes: The imperative is used to tell somebody to do something. To form the imperative, the 'tu', 'vous' and 'nous' forms of the present tense are used without the subject pronoun. -er verbs With -er verbs, the 'tu' form of the present tenses loses its final -s. "Mange ton diner!" -ir verbs "Choisis un gâteau!" -re verbs "Apprends ta grammaire!" Exceptions: "avoir" (aie!) , "être" (sois!) , "savoir" (sache!), "vouloir" (veuille!)

Subject: English as a Second Language

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The Conditional "if" clause. Look at the following sentence: "If I go to Europe, I'll have a wonderful time." 1. How many clauses are there? 2. Which is the main clause? 3. Which is the subordinate clause? 4. Which is the subordinator? 5. What does the main clause do? 6. Which tense is the verb in the subordinate clause? 7. Which tense is the verb in the main clause? 8. What does the comma after the if-clause do?

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1. Two clauses. 2. "I'll have a wonderful time." 3. "If I go to Europe" 4. The subordinate clause gives some details to the main clause. The detailed information is usually time or condition in the adverbial clause. In this sentence, does this subordinate clause tell us time or condition? (Condition). Then which word introduces a condition? (If) "If" introduces a condition that may or may not happen in the future. It is called an if-conditional clause. This condition is real in a sense that the condition can actually happen. 5. It tells us the result if the condition happens. It is called a result clause. 6. It takes simple present tense. 7. It takes future tense. 8. Pause.

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