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Posts by mk-tintin


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french
Notre classe de français est allée au zoo de San Francisco lundi dernier. Je suis arrivée à l'école à sept heures trente-sept. Quand la cloche a sonné, je suis allée devant l'école avec Chelsea pour ...
April 19, 2010

french
In this case "notre classe de français" is considered as one entity so you can replace it by "on" (and yes, im french)
April 18, 2010

french
notre classe de français vient d'aller au zoo de SF
April 18, 2010

French
le poème "L'horloge" de Charles Baudelaire..("par" is good but "de" is better) comme une façon de se souvenir qu'on vit une bonne vie les minutes sont précieuses tous les gens mais, on ne sait pas quand la vie se ...
April 18, 2010

French
and 2-2 : les joueurs
October 1, 2009

french
are you sure about this word? in which sentence do you find it?
September 30, 2009

french help please=)
mon tout premier chien il était petit et fragile
September 29, 2009

french help please=)
J'adore les animaux, surtout les chiens. Il y a deux ans quand j'ai rencontré mon premier and ***(can I have the english word) chien. Il était petit et ***(can I have the english word). Il avait un gros nez, un poil brun et les pattes blanches qui é...
September 29, 2009

French
it's like "it's necessary"
September 27, 2009

french
student B : Non, je ne pouvais pas sortir avec mes amis ce soir
September 26, 2009

francais
you can say " en outre"
September 26, 2009

francais
true. but after "en" I have no idea
September 26, 2009

francais
Je ne mange jamais de porc parce que c'est défendu pour les musulmans. Hier, j'ai mangé de l'agneau et bu de l'eau. J'adore les légumes, surtout les haricots verts et les petits pois. J'ai horreur des frites parce qu'il y a trop...
September 26, 2009

french
yes, it means "commercial"(in this sentence)
September 26, 2009

french
where do you see this word? can i have the sentence?
September 26, 2009

Math (Algebra)
original price = X X - X*0.2 = X*0.8=82.97 X=82.97/0.8=103.71 the original price is $103.71 now imagine : you have a pair of running shoes ($103.71) with a 20% discount so you pay 103.71-103.71*0.2=$82.97
September 24, 2009

Math (Algebra)
she paid $82.97 original price = X X - X*0.2 = X*0.8=82.97 and now you can find X
September 24, 2009

french
little mistake for the answer oui, je vais étudier le français
September 24, 2009

french
for MathMate l'explication est excellente mais on ne dit pas : "le Français et l'Allemand se communiquent en anglais ". On va dire : -le Français et l'Allemand communiquent en anglais or -le Français et l'Allemand se parlent en ...
September 24, 2009

Grade 8 FRENCH plz ppl its urgent
je suis moitié écossais moitié irlandais OR je suis irlando-écossais
September 23, 2009

French
je suis moitié écossais moitié irlandais OR je suis irlando-écossais
September 23, 2009

French
je suis de Saint Louis OR j'habite Saint Louis. Je suis amusante cheveux blonds je n'aime pas faire les courses et jouer au basketball je suis très sympathique et dynamique Mon activité favorite est de sortir avec mes copines
August 23, 2009

French
9)Répondez 6) Êtes-vous le fils du boulanger (masculine noun) Êtes-vous le fils de la boulangère(feminine noun) 8) c'est la mère de la famille OR c'est la mère de famille
August 21, 2009

FRENCH
ton/votre frère est-il à la maison? est-ce que ton/votre frère est à la maison?
May 7, 2008

Algebra
4 = -1 [5] 4^n = (-1)^n [5] 4^n + 1 = (-1)^n + 1 [5] so if n=2k+1 4^n + 1 is divisible by 5
April 30, 2008

Algebra
n=2
April 30, 2008

French
it is not "ski du fond" mais "ski de fond"
April 28, 2008

French
line1 : je travaille à Walt Disney... line2 : en ce moment(pas de"là") line2 : je travaille sur...et je prépare/planifie line3 : évènements line4 : en français " e-mail" est correct mais "courriel" est ...
April 28, 2008

French
tu as un chien?? when you speak french as-tu un chien? and est-ce que tu as un chien? when you write french
April 26, 2008

French-Mme SraJMcGin
yes,you're right
April 25, 2008

French-Mme SraJMcGin
but vous pouvez ne pas nous donner une pomme is correct too but
April 25, 2008

French-Mme SraJMcGin
negative form : ne + verbe conjugué + pas/plus.... or ne + pas/plus ... + verbe à l'infinitif so in your first sentence, the negative form refers to the verb "donner" = not to give in your second sentence, the negative form refers to the verb "...
April 25, 2008

FRENCH
vous ne pouvez pas nous donner un livre or tu ne peux pas nous donner un livre
April 24, 2008

French
exactly
April 24, 2008

FRENCH
ok ici "des" est le pluriel de l'article partitif. l'article partitif est employé pour parler d'une quantité pas précise. Ici "nous voulons manger des épinards", on parle d'une certaine quantité d'&...
April 23, 2008

FRENCH
comprenez-vous bien le français?? car cela va être difficile pour moi de répondre à votre question en anglais.
April 23, 2008

French
or it is a question vous veulent-ils/elles...? but "vous veulent" is incorrect
April 23, 2008

French
the second question : i think it was : ils( or elles) vous veulent.... the subject is "ils"(or "elles") so you have the third person plural the correct form is "aimez-vous les roses?" but "vous aimez les roses?" is correct too
April 23, 2008

FRENCH
or merci de me complimenter pour mon travail (yes i know, french is very difficult)
April 23, 2008

FRENCH
merci de complimenter mon travail or merci pour les compliments pour mon travail or merci des compliments pour mon travail ...
April 23, 2008

French
one more thing je LUI vois means "je lui prédis" (i preditc him/her) in this case with the term "lui" the verb "voir" means"prédire/to predict)
April 22, 2008

French
i see it - "je le vois" or "je la vois" to distinguish the two : the same thing in english "i see it" refers to a thing, an object "i see him/her" refers to a person so je le/la vois : if you can ask"je vois QUOI? le/la refers to a ...
April 22, 2008

French
"Je le vois" est le mieux - i see him je la vois i see her
April 22, 2008

French
Chère Megan, Je m'appelle Nadine et j'ai treize ans. Je suis ta correspondante(feminine form).J'apprends le français depuis deux ans et je pense que c'est une langue magnifique. Je me présente : j'habite à Anchorage avec mes ...
April 21, 2008

this one is throwing me in algebra
(7w-9)²
March 19, 2008

last week of algebra
s²+4s+4=(s+2)²
March 19, 2008

french
yes, je fais cuire, tu fais cuire... it is correct..
March 19, 2008

to srajmcgin and michelle
why not grande-mère??good question 400 years ago, the feminine was grand'mère, grand'tante... the ' simbolized the feminine in 1932, l'"académie française" changed the ' by - so it became grand-mère, grand-tante ...
March 5, 2008

Algebra
-3/-2=3/2
March 5, 2008

Algebra II
x^3+x^2-22x-40=(x+4)(x^2-3x-10) =(x+4)(x+2)(x-5)
March 3, 2008

Algebra II
-x^4-102x²+200=0 X=x² -X²-102X+200=0 try to solve this equation and then u can solve -x^4-102x²+200=0
March 2, 2008

Math
(1000!-999!-998!)/(1000!+999!+998!)= 998!(1000*999-999-1)/998!(1000*999+999+1)= (1000*999-1000)/(1000*999+1000)= (1000*998)/(1000*1000)=998/1000 and u can simplify this number
March 1, 2008

Algebra II
so 6x²+x+4=0 has no one solution(no one real solution but there are cumplex solution : it's (-1+-isqrt95)/12
March 1, 2008

Algebra II
do u know cumplex numbers???as your sqrt is negative(b²-4ac=-95) you have to use cumplex numbers to solve this equation
March 1, 2008

Algebra II
do u cumplex numbers???
March 1, 2008

Algebra II
(x+3/4)(x-4)=x²+3/4x-4x-3=x²-(13/4)x-3 if u want to know if your answer is right or false, it's easy f(x)=x²-(13/4)x-3 and u can verify if f(4)=0 and f(-3/4)=0
March 1, 2008

Algebra II
little mistake x²-2x-24=(x-4)(x+6)
March 1, 2008

french
happiness here below has no price
March 1, 2008

french
ici-bas means "on Earth"
March 1, 2008

French
oui
February 29, 2008

french
it's dificult to a "no-french person" understand this process: normaly: la salle de bain, les salles de bain BUT if u have two (or more) "bath" in your bathroom so it's: la salle de bains les salles de bains so u can choose if u want a 's' ...
February 29, 2008

french
la salle de bain-->les salles de bain deux salles de bain means two bathroom
February 29, 2008

french
our house has 2 bedrooms, a living room, a kitchen-->notre maison a deux chambres, un séjour(or un salon or une salle de séjour), une cuisine
February 29, 2008

french
j'habite chez ma mère je loue la maison, j'y habite
February 29, 2008

Math
the second answer is better...
February 29, 2008

Math
Q(x)=ax^3+bx^2+cx+d Q(1)=a+b+c+d=0 Q'(x)=3ax^2+2bx+c Q'(1)=3a+2b+c=0 Q''(x)=6ax+2b Q''(1)=6a+2b=2 Q'''(x)=6a Q'''(1)=6a=12 so u can solve and find the polynom
February 29, 2008

french
le jardin is a place with herb. and generally la terrasse is in concrete
February 28, 2008

calculus - vectors
|x+y|²=|x|²+2(xdoty)+|y|² 2(xdoty)=|x+y|²-|x|²-|y|² ...
February 28, 2008

calculus - vectors
|x+y|²=(x+y)dot(x+y) =|x|²+xdoty+ydotx+|y|² =|x|²+2(xdoty)+|y|² ...
February 28, 2008

Math
sorry, but u say that 'factoring' is restricted to the set of rational numbers..and about the cumplex numbers???
February 28, 2008

Math
ok, thanks. in france 'factoring'is restricted to 3 'identities' as a²-b²=(a-b)(a+b) a²+2ab+b²=(a+b)² and a²-2ab+b²=(a-b)²...so diferents countries=diferents matematics lol
February 28, 2008

to rich
you're right but saying x²+6x-144=0 is not factorable, it is a mistake x²+6x-144=x²+6x+9-153=(x+3)²-153=(x+3+sqrt(153))*(x+3-sqrt(153)) so u can factorize it
February 28, 2008

Math/true answer
oh....it's false 12 squared=x(x+6) 144=x²+6x x²+6x+9=153 (x+3)²=153 answers: x+3=3*sqrt(17) or x+3=-3*sqrt(17)
February 28, 2008

French
b)mots possibles : grue(in french it's a bird) marteau(object and a bone)
February 26, 2008

French- check-over please
ok.good. and you have to use " d' " and not "d" for all
February 24, 2008

French- another check-over
sentence 3: centre Pompidou
February 24, 2008

French- this is just for a check-over
sentence 2: it's present, first person : je ne comprends pas. sentence 3: two choices: florence prend un dis que de jazz and florence met un disque de jazz.(the second is better)
February 24, 2008

algebra
w^4+w^3-w=1 w^4+w^3-w-1=0 (w-1)(w^3+2w^2+2w+1)=0 (w-1)(w+1)(w^2+w+1)=0 so real solutions are 1 and -1 complex solutions are 1 -1 j j^2 with j=exp(2Pi/3)
February 24, 2008

year7 french
la nouvelle-zélande=new zeland to lolo: here, we can help you
February 24, 2008

french
'nouvelle' is the feminine of 'nouvel'and 'nouveau'. 'nouvel' and 'nouveau' are the same thing but we use 'nouvel' in front of a vowel and 'h' 'neuf' is about an obect and means 'not used'
February 21, 2008

French translation
tu trouveras ta place dans nos coeurs j'aime beaucoup ça je me souviens de ça
February 21, 2008

french
1)se levait à huit heures 2)il prenait son petit déjeuner 3)sa maman 4)son papa amenait Pierre... 5)il était le premier please can you post the english for the rest of your translation
February 19, 2008

French Q
yes i like France: j'aime la France
February 14, 2008

french
aimes-tu mieux le rock?
February 14, 2008

english
34. The Chinese love .… strangers. (A) of receiving (B) to receiving (C) receiving (D) receive i don't know
February 14, 2008

english
31. China is .… considered as a communist country by a large number of people. (A) no longer (B) not longer (C) not more (D) no any longer i think B
February 14, 2008

english
30. In a speech he gave last week, Deng Xiaoping .… that Chinese economy should be commercially competitive. (A) has declared (B) had declared (C) will have declared (D) declared i think B
February 14, 2008

english
29. We were amazed .… his knowledge of Confucius philosophy. (A) with (B) at (C) by (D) of i think C
February 14, 2008

english
28. Even today, young people .… study Lenin’s theories at the university. (A) had to (B) have had to (C) have to (D) had had to i think A
February 14, 2008

english
27. When they …. in Shanghai, they .… amazed. (A) arrive / will be (B) will arrive / will be (C) arrived / would be (D) had arrived / were i think it is not B and A but between C and D...i dont know
February 14, 2008

english
26. …. is becoming liberalised. (A) Chinese national discourse (B) China’s national discourse (C) The national Chinese discourse (D) The national China discourse i think A
February 14, 2008

english
25. He …. in Asia until he died. (A) will live (B) has lived (C) would live (D) lived i think D
February 14, 2008

english
24. Chinese prosperity is now depending .... economic competition. (A) of (B) out of (C) on (D) from i think A
February 14, 2008

english
23. It is said that communism …. (A) will soon be died. (B) will soon have dead. (C) will soon be dead. (D) will have soon died. i think C
February 14, 2008

english
22. China is adopting …. (A) a driven-market economy. (B) a market-driven economy. (C) a driven-economic market. (D) an economically driven-market i think B
February 14, 2008

english
21. …. are friendly and welcoming. (A) The Chinese (B) Chinesemen (C) The Chinamen (D) The Chinesemen i think A
February 14, 2008

english
20. China will be …. powerful country .… the world. (A) the more / in (B) the most / of (C) the more / of (D) the most / in i think D
February 14, 2008

english
19. He knew it before he …. (A) arrives. (B) arrived. (C) he would arrive. (D) he has arrived. i think B
February 14, 2008

english
18. “comply with” (line 52) means: (A) twist (B) disobey (C) circumvent (D) respect i think B
February 14, 2008

english
17. “genuine” (line 45) means: (A) false (B) unifying (C) sophisticated (D) authentic i think D
February 14, 2008

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