Posted by Lisa on Wednesday, September 2, 2009 at 5:05pm.
Could you please check these thanks
Directions: Complete each with the correct form of quel followed by the item of clothing. So you can just make sure I used the right verb and make sure it sounds right.
1. Quelle jupe plissée.
2. Quelle chemisier.
3. Quel pull.
4. Quelles paire de chaussures.
5. Quelle manteau.
6. Quel chemise à manches longues.
7. Quel jean.
8. Quel anorak.
9. Quelles chaussures.
10. Quel complet.
Directions: Complete with the appropriate form of tout and a definite article.
1. ---------- cabine est non-fumeurs.
Answer: toute la
2. ---------- personnel de bord est français.
Answer: toute le
3. ---------- stewards sont très sympas.
Answer: touts les
4. ---------- hôtesses de l'air sont sympas.
Answer: toutes les
5. ---------- sont occupées.
Answer: toutes les
6. -------- sont dans les coffres.
Answer: tous les
French - MathMate, Wednesday, September 2, 2009 at 7:24pm
2. "chemisier" is a person who makes shirts, but it is also a clothing. Both words are masculine. So which "quel"??
4. Une paire de chaussures.
Even though we are talking of two shoes, but the "accord" is made with "une paire".
If you look up the dictionary "Le petit Robert", you will find an example :
"Une belle paire d'escrocs" which confirms the form of "quel" should be "singulier au féminin".
5. C'est un manteau.
6. une chemise.
The words to be inserted are at the beginning of a sentence, therefore capitalization has to be observed.
The rules for the different forms of tout are quite complex, because the word can at times be a noun, a pronoun, an adverb or a qualificative or indefinite adjective.
In the particular examples, they are all qualificative adjectives, as evidenced by the article following the word tout.
The rules here are therefore quite simple and similar to those of quel, quels, ...
3. Tout becomes "tous" when qualifying a plural masculine noun.
5. You probably mean "Toute les places sont occupées."
6. "Tous les **quoi** sont dans les coffres." ?
The form of Tout depends on what is in the trunks.
It could be
"Tous les paquets sont dans les coffres." or
"Toutes les valises sont dans les coffres."
Feel free to post your corrected answers for verification.
French - SraJMcGin, Wednesday, September 2, 2009 at 7:40pm
Check #5 one more time. "Les places" and check "occupées" for feminine plural = Toutes
Sra (aka M me)
French - MathMate, Wednesday, September 2, 2009 at 7:52pm
Oups, thanks Mme Sra.
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