French 1

Thank you for using the Jiskha Homework Help Forum. REWRITE means that the only thing you change is the verb from the present-tense to the passé composé. All the other words must remain the same.

#1 You must consider whether you are female, like Marie and Elise, or masculine. If you are masculine, you are correct with the verb. If you are feminine = Marie, Elise et moi. Nous sommes allées au lycée.

#2. Not the l'imparfait but the passé composé. J'ai été première. (If you don't know how to make accent marks with the computer, ask for the site.) Je suis arrivé (if masculine, BUT arrivée, if feminine).....

#3. Est-ce que François est rentré chez lui? (A question remains a question.)

#4. Madame, êtes-vous allée en autocar?

#5. ¿Sont-elles venues à la fête? You do not change "elles" to "ils.")

#6 This is the same mistake you made earlier. Tu does NOT change to vous but remains "tu." Tu es resté (if you are masculine, BUT restée if you are feminine. If you don't which gender, keep the masculine singular.) chez toi.

Rewrite all the sentences in the passé compose. Watch agreement

1. Marie, Elise et moi. Nous allons au lycee
2 Je suis premiere, J’airrive avant mes amis
3. Est-ce que Francois rentre chez lui
4. Madame, allez-vous en autocar?
5.Viennent-elles a ta fete
6. Tu restes chez toi.


Here is what I came up with. Please check for me . Thanks again much
1. Marie, Elise et me. Nous sommes allés au lycee
2. J'étais premier, je › airrived avant mes amis.
3. Francois est retourné à son endroit.
4. la madame, êtes-vous allé dans l'autobus ?
5. venir ils ont euvotre fete
6. Vous êtes resté avec vous

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