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Il est / c’est & Les Verbes Pronominaux. Steven Kobosko. Il (Elle) est. Generally followed by an adjective Elle est sympathique . Il est triste d’être victime d’un accident. She is nice. It is sad to be the victim of an accident. C’est. Generally followed by a noun

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Il est c est les verbes pronominaux

Il est / c’est & Les VerbesPronominaux

Steven Kobosko


Il elle est

Il (Elle) est

  • Generally followed by an adjective

  • Elle estsympathique.

  • Il esttriste d’être victime d’un accident.

  • She is nice.

  • It is sad to be the victim of an accident.


C est

C’est

  • Generally followed by a noun

  • C’est le copain de Jean au téléphone.

  • It’s Jean’s friend on the phone.

  • Used to refer to previously mentioned idea or situation.

  • Tun’as pas aimé le concert? C’estvraimentdommage!

  • You didn’t like the concert? That’s really too bad!


Il est job or nationality

Il est + Job or Nationality

  • Il est + job or nationality

  • Il estavocat

  • Il estcanadien

  • Ellessontmédecins

  • No article in front

  • He is a lawyer.

  • He is Canadian.

  • They are doctors.


C est job nationality

C’est + Job/Nationality

  • C’est / Cesont followed by indefinite articles: un, une, or des.

  • C’est un musicien.

  • Cesont des étudiants.

  • C’estuneBelge.

  • He is a musician.

  • They are students.

  • She is Belgian.


Job nationality adjective

Job/Nationality + adjective

  • When using a modifying adjective for job or nationality, must use c’est or cesont

  • Il estmédecin.He is a doctor.

  • C’est un bon médecin.He is a good doctor.


Les verbes pronominaux

Les VerbesPronominaux

  • Verbs accompanied by a reflexive pronoun

  • Je me lave

  • Tute laves

  • Il/elle se lave

  • Relexive pronouns: me, te, se, nous, vous, se

  • Nous nouslavons

  • Vousvouslavez

  • Ils/Elles se lavent


Common verbs

Common Verbs

  • S’amuser

  • Se baigner

  • Se brosser

  • Se dépêcher

  • Se disputer

  • Se doucher

  • S’habiller

  • Se laver

  • Se lever

  • Se promener

  • Se raser

  • Se réveiller

  • To have fun

  • To bathe; to go swimming

  • To brush

  • To hurry

  • To argue/quarrel

  • To shower

  • To get dressed

  • To wash up

  • To get up

  • To go for a walk

  • To shave

  • To wake up


Examples

Examples

  • Parts of the body:

  • Il se lave les mains.

  • Infinitives:

  • J’aime me lever tard.

  • Non-reflexive uses:

  • Daniel lave la voiture. Ensuiteil se lave.

  • He washes his hands.

  • I like to get up late.

  • Daniel washes the car. Then he washes up.


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