Чертежи кораблей французского флота ABER WRACH

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For the speaker, what matters is the idea of the group as a whole. Un groupe de chômeurs bien indemnisés sont entrés dans la pièce. A group of well-compensated unemployed workers entered the room. Here the verb is in the plural. For the speaker it is the workers as individuals that matter and not the group. The meaning or the intention of the speaker is therefore the prime factor in determining whether a singular or a plural verb is used. If the action is collective, a singular verb is used; if the speaker wants to focus on the action carried out by the members of the group, the plural is used.

Un juge l’a mis en examen (A judge investigated him). In the passive version of this example, what was the object of the active sentence, l’ (him), becomes the subject of the passive verb, Il (he), and the agent, juge (judge), appears after par : Il a été mis en examen par un juge (He was investigated by a judge). Verbs which take a direct object (transitive verbs) can be used in either an active or a passive way. Adjective Adjectives are words used to describe nouns. g. dix bouteilles vertes (ten green bottles).

G. Elle travaille bien / tard / là / trop (She works well / late / there / too much); Il est complètement fou (He’s quite mad). Affirmative sentence An affirmative sentence is one in which we assert a fact or state agreement to something, as opposed to a negative one in which we refuse, deny, or contradict something. Agreement Words change their form to ‘be in agreement with’ other words. : aller (to go) becomes je vais (I go), tu vas (you go). il / elle va (he / she goes), etc. g. ‘this’ can be translated by three different forms according to the noun which follows: ce garçon (this boy), cet homme (this man), cette femme (this woman).

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