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April 19, 2014

Posts by Miche


Total # Posts: 43

Physics
Two forces, and , act at a point, as shown in the picture. has a magnitude of 8.00 and is directed at an angle of = 65.0 above the negative x axis in the second quadrant. has a magnitude of 6.00 and is directed at an angle of = 53.2 below the negative x axis in the third quadr...

French
for summer...ete or l'ete, how do i know which one to use?...sometimes its cet ete...sometimes its l'ete...its confusing.

French
I don't like to work because it is tiring. =Je n'aime pas travailler parceque c'est fatigant. Is it correct?

French
Thanks everybody.

French
Is the verb s'appeler and appeler different? Is it correct to conjugate appeler as: J'appelle tu appelles il appelle nous appelons vous appelez ils appellent

French
Quand allez-vous regarder la tele? I have all these time expressions. -tout a l'heure -dans une heure -ce soir .... Je vais regarder la tele tout a l'heure. Do i just put the time expressions at the end?

French
Le futur proche. Are these correct? -They are going to see the film. Ils vont regarder le film. -She is going to leave for work. Elle va partir le travail. -They are going to play sport. Ils vont faire le sport. -You are going to listen to music. Tu vas ecouter la musique.

French
And also, how do you say the negative of nous nous levons? Like "nous nous ne levons pas"??

French
For l'imperatif if the verb is se lever, the nous form would be nous nous levons. How about its l'imperatif, would it be nous levons, or only levons?

French
Another question, for example, la Chine, le Japon, we use en (preposition) for feminine countries = en Chine masculin = au Japon I was also told that for l' such as l'Allemagne, we use "en". But what about l'Iran, since it is l' but Iran is also mascu...

French
En Espagne et au Portugal, il y a des nuages. I know "en" is used because it means in Espagne, but why is au used for Portugal? Should it also use en? Also with "En Suede et au Danemark, il neige."

French-SraJMcGin
When you say Est-ce que in #1, does it also apply to qu'est-ce? So "What are you wearing today?" =Qu'est-ce que tu-portes aujourd'hui? And we were given these examples; leve-toi ecoute-moi lis ton livre Why is toi/moi/ton used?

French-SraJMcGin
Did I translate these two sentences correctly? (please forgive my accents)I know the words that I need, but I am not sure how's the ordering in the sentence. What days do you have your french class? = Quel jours tu as un cours de francais? I have french class every monday ...

French
Tous les jours means everyday and tout le monde means everybody, so does that mean tous and tout both mean every? How could I remember which one to use?

French
What is the difference between les gens and le monde? They both mean people right? And also, I am going to have my first oral final, how should I prepare for it? Is there any tips for me?

French
Yes, its suppose to be porter, but I don't know why de is used or did I just misunderstood my teacher?

French
J'aime porte de pantalon. Why is "de" used? I remember my teacher saying something about there are two verbs, is that why? But I am not so sure, so please explain. Thanks.

French
I just learn today: Je porte des pantalon. Je ne porte pas de pantalon. Why for the negative, you use de? Why can't you use le or des?

French
Tu fais du sport. I think this means "You do the sport" right? What does du mean? And why is it used here? Can't it be le instead?

French
Where do the adjective go? des enfants (jeune) Is it "des jeunes enfants"?? un quartier et une rue (ancien) un ancien quartier et une ancienne rue??

French repost
Its suppose to be C'est cette porte, la. (with accent)= C'est la porte, la. (with accent) It just said that this needs special attention and I don't know why.

French
Oh, its suppose to be C'est cette porte, la. (with accent)= C'est la porte, la. (with accent) It just said that this needs special attention and I don't know why.

French
My text says C'est cette porte, l¨¤. = C'est la porte, l¨¤. I don't really get why does it have to change. Porte is feminine, does it also apply to masculin nouns?

French
We ask "Vous voulez un livre?" and then why do we have to answer by "Je n'aime pas les livres." can't it be "Je n'aime pas un livre"? Why does it have to be les instead of un?

French
Another pronunciation question, blond and blanc sounds so similar, how to tell the difference?

French
I saw nous nous in "se trouver". What comes to mind is vous vous appelez, so I thought that verbs that begins with "se" have this pattern.

French
Why is sometimes the conjugasion for "we" is nous nous? How do I know when is nous and when is nous nous?

French
Yes I did. Thanks.

French
ils sont and ils ont sounds really similar to me. How can I tell them apart?

French for Miche
Thanks.

French
What is the difference between premier and premiere? Is it depend on masculine and feminine of the noun? How about deuxieme, is there a difference between masculine and feminine?

French
sorry, questions keep coming up as I study. What does "Vous prenez a gauche" mean? You take to the left? Or does it simply mean you turn left?

French
Another question I have is for first, is it premiere or premier?

French
This is from my text. It says : C'est delicieux, les pommes." But les pommes is feminine, so should it be delicieuses instead?

French
What is the difference between "Elle aime la danse" and "Elle aime danser" ?

French
I want to know what are the Ils/Elles form for the following verb. S'appeler Avoir Adorer Vouloir

French
so it means to the left not turning left? then how would you say turn left/right on some street?

French
Vous prenez la rue de Vaugirard a(with the accent) gauche jusqu'au boulevard Saint-Germain. Does it mean to take the road of Vaugirard and turn right on boulevard Saint-Germain or take the road Vaugirard which is on the right until you reach Saint-Germain?

French
#1 is actually a sweater dress, but to avoid confusion, I guess I'll choose another piece of clothing. So 75 is soixante-quinze and 79 would be soixante-dix-neuf? And gray (grise) would have to feminine too right?

French
Are these sentences grammatically correct? -J'achète une robe pull grise, elle coûte soixante-dix-cinq euros. -J'achète un pantalon bleu, il coûte quarante-huit euros. -J'achète des jeans noir, il coûte cent-dix euros. (for je...

French
I have a question on Qui est-ce? or Qu'est-ce que c'est? I have to choose which one to use. I know qui est-ce is who but can it also mean who's is it? Qui est-ce/Qu'est-ce que c'est? -Une lettre de Jon Qui est-ce/Qu'est-ce que c'est? -Le portefeuill...

French for "Miche"
Bonjour! So far, we've cover some basic greetings, numbers, nationalities, professions, and now we're starting to learn about clothing. Yea, I would like to know some useful expressions.

French for
We didn't sing at all in class, but it will sure be fun if we did!

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