Popular questions and responses by SraJMcGin
  1. French for "Miche"

    Ça va aujourd'hui? This morning I was wondering if you sing at all in class. We did a lot of that and my students knew that they didn't have to be good, just loud, to drown me out! If we couldn't hear them, they got to do a "solo" so you can be sure

    asked on September 25, 2007
  2. French for Mischa

    PRESENT TENSE OF AVOIR AND ETRE: avoir = to have AFFIRMATIVE INTERROGATIVE I have, I do have, have I? do I have? I am having j'ai nous avons ai-je? avons-nous? tu as vous avez as-tu? avez-vous? il a ils ont a-t-il? ont-ils? elle a elles ont a-t-elle?

    asked on September 23, 2007
  3. French for Mischa

    DEFINITE & INDEFINITE ARTICLES: The definite article "THE" has four forms: le = before a masculine singular noun beginning with a consonant. (le livre = the book) la = before a feminine singular noun beginning with a consonant. (la page = the page) l' =

    asked on September 22, 2007
  4. French for HelloKitty1993

    Now I'm waiting for YOU to do what you can and then I'll be back later this evening to proofread it! Sra (aka Mme)

    asked on January 21, 2009
  5. Alicia, Spanish play

    SIMILARITIES & DIFFERENCES BETWEEN THE 2 LOVE-TRIANGLES IN "PUNISHMENT WITHOUT VENGEANCE:" Alicia, it will be up to you to separate the following into 2 columns = similariaties and differences. This is merely "brainstorming:" The Triangles: Casandra,

    asked on October 13, 2008
  6. English/French/German for Anonymous

    Lists! 1. How to form the Subjunctive for regular verbs (Present Subjunctive): Drop the -ant of the present participle and add these endings: -e, -es, -e, -ions, -iez, -ent. These endings are the same for all verbs except "avoir" and "être." (like donner)

    asked on April 17, 2008
  7. Nihongo for Joshua

    Ohayo, Joshua. A few more things you "might" like! 1. 2. 3. (toolbox): 4. (only because you said you might move to UK):

    asked on November 3, 2007
  8. Spanish/History, more for Laura & Carry

    Here is additional information on Citzendium that I hope will help you: 1. 2. 3. (criticism of racial mixing; I couldn't get there but I hope you can:)

    asked on October 11, 2007
  9. Spanish for Liz & LJ Cutie

    Thank you for using the Jiskha Homework Help Forum. If you post the title and publisher/author of your textbooks, often those publishes have Websites online to help students. My guess is "Level II" or Spanish II if object pronouns are causing you

    asked on September 27, 2007
  10. French for Mischa

    PRESENT TENSE OF REGULAR -ER VERBS: NEGATIVE AND NEGATIVE INTERROGATIVE: NEGATIVE: I am not playing, I do not play je ne joue pas nous ne jouons pas tu ne joues pas vous ne jouez pas il ne joue pas ils ne jouent pas elle ne joue pas elles ne jouent pas on

    asked on September 23, 2007
  11. History

    Thank you for using the Jiskha Homework Help Forum. In addition to the site for the book, here is a site for the film, made in 1930: If you go to: and enter "All Quiet On The Western Front" in the

    asked on August 14, 2007
  12. Foreign Language, How to use a dictionary.,

    First of all purchasing a good English/X and X/English dictionary is an investment in your future. For "generic" purposes X represents any foreign language (French, Spanish, Japanese, etc.) Here is the "key" to using a dictionary for a vocabulary

    asked on May 8, 2007
  13. Social Studies

    Thank you for using the Jiskha Homework Help Forum. Excellent choice: Mansa Musa commissioned great mosques to be built in Timbuktu, Mali's capital, and in other Mali cities. Under Musa's patronage, Muslim

    asked on April 27, 2007
  14. Anne/English/2 Jan

    To Anne: I'm sure I missed your posting of Jan 2 because it was under ENGLISH! I just found it this morning by accident and posted an answer for you!

    asked on January 13, 2007
  15. Spanish

    Jaylnn's Spanish Literature post.

    asked on October 26, 2016
  16. Spanish for Mary

    It was very difficult to find information on your Textbook, because it is so recent --- late January 2011. But I now have a teacher's syllabus, the Course Description and Content. It's interesting that your textbook is used in Denmark! Studying the Table

    asked on December 10, 2011
  17. Spanish Preterit for Mía

    EL PRETERITO: THE PRETERIT OF REGULAR VERBS: -AR: hablar = to speak yo hablé = I spoke, I DID speak tú hablaste él/ella/usted habló nosotros/nosotras hablamos vosotros/vosotras hablasteis ellos/ellas/ustedes hablaron endings: é, aste, ó, amos,

    asked on November 26, 2011
  18. Spanish Literatue for Cassie

    Please refer back to your original post, which I JUST found again! Sra

    asked on September 29, 2011
  19. Lasea - Music

    Hopefully someone will do 14-20. Sra

    asked on August 10, 2011
  20. MATLAB for MathMate

    Would you please help Lee with his problem? Sra

    asked on July 20, 2011
  21. Spanish for Mina

    Please don't forget the corrections on the original Spanish post. It's back at least 3 pages by now. Thanks for the English and I can now correct it to agree with your English: (Look for corrections, additions, etc. within parentheses.) No puedo ir a

    asked on May 17, 2011
  22. Trading Posts for Anonymous

    Please check my last 2 posts where I posted first. Sra

    asked on May 1, 2011
  23. French for Sydney

    I typed the Geographical Expressions, etc. in Word and made a PDF to post here. Hopefully you can read it far better. FRENCH: GEOGRAPHICAL EXPRESSIONS The definite article is used with names of countries, continents, provinces, mountains, and bodies

    asked on April 29, 2011
  24. Biology for Kate

    I want back and posted something today...about 3 posts back. Let me collect some of the Biology tests online for you. When I get them, I'll post them after this post. Sra

    asked on April 22, 2011
  25. French for Sydney

    I had to go way back to a site I used to recommend when I tutored for AOL. I am glad it is still there and you might find it very handy: I also had a site where I put a lot of review things but I lost that with

    asked on April 14, 2011
  26. Physics

    For those of you with Physics questions, here are some tutorials that may help you: Sra

    asked on January 4, 2011
  27. Spanish III for Whitney

    I have a suggestion for you on the last post of Dec. 9. Sra

    asked on December 13, 2010
  28. Spanish for Whitney

    In case you don't go back to your other post, I don't want you to miss what I wrote: It's new terminology then because for over 70 years I have only heard as verb forms: Seven Simple Tenses: Present Indicative (Presente de Indicativo), Imperfect Indicative

    asked on December 9, 2010
  29. Spanish for Whitney

    Here's the answer from yesterday: spanish1 homework check - SraJMcGin, Tuesday, September 21, 2010 at 4:58pm 1. son las, etc. To show you how to make accent marks with the computer I need to know 2 things. a) do you have a MAC or a PC and b) do you have

    asked on September 22, 2010
  30. Spanish, posted Sept. 14

    Please go back to your original post for additional information. Please also post a name! Sra

    asked on September 15, 2010
  31. AP Biology for Kate, etc.

    To save your looking for these AP Biology sites, I now have ready: AP Central, AP Fees, Study Tips, Reviews, Test-Taking Tips, Practice Quizzes, Sample AP Bio Tests & Scoring Guidelines and books either to purchase or to find in a library. Just let me know

    asked on July 6, 2010
  32. Damon, please

    Would you look at this one? Sra (aka Mme)

    asked on July 4, 2010
  33. ART - Carmen

    About the thimble you described, please look at the maker's mark on the right: Sra

    asked on May 25, 2010
  34. Kristin, Physical Science

    Just post your question. When you post under someone else's post, it's apt to be missed. Sra

    asked on January 19, 2010
  35. French/Spanish greetings

    Joyeux Noël et Bonne Année Feliz Navidad y un Próspero Año Nuevo Sra (aka Mme)

    asked on December 24, 2009
  36. Ochaya/Website

    Here is an Online Academy and you could request information:

    asked on August 13, 2009
  37. Tommy, Becky, business

    What is it your are specifically trying to do? All I can do is provide some Tutorials but it would help to know why all these figures for Lear?

    asked on June 16, 2009
  38. French-Larry

    I just realized you wrote "tarte de pêche" and it's far better to say "tarte aux pêches, tarte aux pommes" etc. Sra

    asked on May 27, 2009
  39. Pete = Spanish

    Why did I never see your answers so you would know if you were wrong or right? Sra

    asked on May 26, 2009
  40. Spanish I, John

    Where on earth ARE you with your answers? Also, what is the title of the textbook you have, the copyright, the author(s) etc. Often the publishers have help online for you, if you know that information. I am very interested in your answers and/or

    asked on May 20, 2009
  41. y912f / Spanish

    Please go back to those two where I asked you to follow the 4 steps. I will NOT supply the answers until you do that! You need to proove to me that you can and will follow those 4 steps first! Sra

    asked on May 11, 2009
  42. English for john browm

    Let me give you something on "multiple-choice" items that may help you to guess better. Many teachers prepare multiple-choice tests because they are easy to mark and offer the student the advantage of actually seeing what the correct answer is. There are

    asked on May 7, 2009
  43. cary = English

    Please look at how Rosetta Stone sets up the learning, including pictures, etc. Note how the "recall" is done. Then you will understand better how to structure y our class: Sra

    asked on May 3, 2009
  44. Laxy - English

    Most children are familiar with Dr. Seuss and "Green Eggs and Ham." You could use some of the catchy phrases there. Here are some children's songs about food to give you ideas. Select a tune they all know and make up some lines with the vocabulary you want

    asked on April 23, 2009
  45. Laxy, English (ESL)

    As promised, now that I had more time: Known: class is about 45 minutes long first-grade students are about 7 years old the topic is breakfast Unknown: the ethnicity of the students the community where they live what is available in the classroom

    asked on April 21, 2009
  46. Larry & French Revolution

    This is a book your library might have but you can read it online:

    asked on March 8, 2009
  47. Sam, Spanish

    Don't miss the lengthy explanation of what you were doing last night with object pronouns replacing nouns. Hopefully you will be confused no longer! Sra

    asked on February 3, 2009
  48. dogs for Mallie

    Since you have asked so many questions about dogs, I thought you might like the following site: Sra

    asked on January 13, 2009
  49. French for Anonymous

    FRENCH TRANSITION WORDS ENGLISH FRENCH about (a subject) au sujet de absolutely absolutment actually effectivement, en réalité, en fait according to d’après, selon after après after all, deep down au fond after having (+verb) après avoir/être +

    asked on January 11, 2009
  50. French for Anonymous

    Here's an interesting site on "En Mer:" Sra (aka Mme)

    asked on January 10, 2009
  51. Poetry for Avie

    Here is a book to look for, if you aren't happy with the poems you now have: The River Is Wide / El río es ancho. Twenty Mexican Poets/A Bilingual Anthology. The ed. is Marlon C. Frick. tr. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 2005. Sra

    asked on January 2, 2009
  52. French for Amanda

    Knowing that you and Hélène love poetry (and I do too!) here are some sites you might like: 1. (you can hear poetry sung or read by poets!): (upper-right-hand look for "écouter." 2. (one of my favorite poems & poet; you

    asked on November 26, 2008
  53. French for Anonymous/E.G.

    If you go back before the "repost" I found the first post just now! There is an answer there. Sra (aka Mme)

    asked on November 18, 2008
  54. Alicia, Literature Help

    Now that I know you are studying literature and that "classmate" has threatened you, here are some sites to help you to learn how do tackle this class. Your "classmate" is also able to use this material: Literary Terminology, alphabetized:

    asked on October 30, 2008
  55. Alicia, Spanish

    Having a book on reserve and trying to read it, while others want the same book, is certainly not advantageous! However, if you can give me the exact TITLE, the AUTHOR or TRANSLATOR, the Publication Date (Copywrite), etc. I can try to find it. All I know

    asked on October 29, 2008
  56. Art for Bob & Mitchell

    Since we have received no answer from the e-mails to Dawn Dupree, I also sent requests to Goldsmith College, where she is a lecturer, The London Printworks Trust, where she also lectures and to the Southwark College of Art, where she has exhibited. Let's

    asked on October 4, 2008
  57. Mitchell, Art

    Here's another site on "The Birds" by Dawn Dupree: (Art, Bob) Sra

    asked on October 4, 2008
  58. Mitchell, Art

    Here is another Website that takes FOREVER to show what you need. At the bottom, if you click on each tiny rectangle you can get her statements and even under "Contact" her address in London. I sent her an e-mail as well requesting she provide that

    asked on October 3, 2008
  59. Spanish for Corin

    Please don't miss the latest proofreading of your paragraph. Sra

    asked on September 15, 2008
  60. for LORI, English

    for LORI, English Thank you for using the Jiskha Homework Help Forum, BUT when you post under someone's else's post, we assume you are helping that person! Always use the "new post" when you have a questiion. Here are some things online re your assignment.

    asked on September 7, 2008
  61. French for Jason

    It took me a while to find this one: Sra (aka Mme)

    asked on September 4, 2008
  62. Spanish for María

    Are you sure you understood the answers to the two posts this morning? Please look at my answers and explanations and then post any questions you have. Sra

    asked on August 19, 2008
  63. GOURMET FOODS, Whitney

    Here is the answer from Arm & Hammer re: baking soda: Thank you for visiting our web site. We appreciate your interest in our company and our products. It is nice to know that you enjoy using ARM & HAMMER® Baking Soda. In response to your inquiry, no, it

    asked on June 6, 2008
  64. Spanish for Torey

    oops! This was posted to H Barrero, the author! Nada te turbe; nada te espante; todo se pasa; Dios no se muda, la pacïencia 5 todo lo alcanza. Quien a Dios tiene, nada le falta. Solo Dios basta. Sra

    asked on May 15, 2008
  65. Spanish: H Barrero

    Nada te turbe; nada te espante; todo se pasa; Dios no se muda, la pacïencia 5 todo lo alcanza. Quien a Dios tiene, nada le falta. Solo Dios basta. Sra

    asked on May 15, 2008
  66. Spanish for John

    DOUBLE OBJECT PRONOUNS = LOS COMPLEMENTOS DOBLES When a verb has two object pronouns, (one direct and one indirect), the indirect object (usually the object pronoun referring to the person) precedes the direct object pronoun (usually the object pronoun

    asked on May 10, 2008
  67. Spanish for John

    SINGLE OBJECT PRONOUNS = UN COMPLEMENTO SIMPLE DIRECT-OBJECT PRONOUNS: Ana no me visita. = Ann does not visit me. Ana no te visita. = Ann does not visit you (fam.) Ana no le visita = Ann does not visit him, you (ONLY IN SPAIN), otherwise: Ana no lo visita.

    asked on May 10, 2008
  68. Spanish for John

    l8. LOS COMPLEMENTOS DOBLES When a verb has two object pronouns, the indirect object (usually the object pronoun referring to the person) precedes the direct object pronoun (usually the object pronoun referring to a thing). Juen me lo (la) da. John gives

    asked on May 10, 2008
  69. Spanish for John

    Spanish for John. Direct-object pronouns: SINGLE OBJECT PRONOUNS: (what you learn first) and Heaven Help me if it won't cut & paste because then I'll have to retype everything! l7. UN COMPLEMENTO SIMPLE DIRECT OBJECT PRONOUNS Ana no me visita. Ann does not

    asked on May 10, 2008
  70. French for Lin

    Did you back up to your question about 3 pages ago about the subject (phares) and adjective agreement (cassés)? Mme

    asked on April 28, 2008
  71. To Anonymous, Spanish

    Please check down below. You need to know that what you wrote is quite incorrect. Sra

    asked on July 7, 2008
  72. Amber, Biology, DNA

    Amber, Biology First of all, as Christina said, "Post a New Question" because when you post under someone else's post we assume it's an answer to that first question! Here are some sites for you on DNA: 1. (definition): 2.

    asked on March 30, 2008
  73. Spanish for Jennifer

    Be sure you find my answers to your exercises as it's now on page 2 and could be page 3 by the time you look! Sra

    asked on March 23, 2008
  74. Spanish for Jennifer

    The Imperfect is used: 1. To express a continuous action in the past. (Juan leía el periódico = John was reading the newspaper.) 2. To express a repeated or customary action in the past. (Yo lo veía todos los días = I saw (=used to see) him every day.)

    asked on March 21, 2008
  75. Spanish for Eunice & Unity

    Somehow could that "y" be a "j?" The only word it could be is "conejo" or rabbit. Sra

    asked on February 19, 2008
  76. mk-tintin

    Mon ami, les profs ici sont ici pour AIDER mais pas pour FAIRE les devoirs des étudiants. Nous voulons vous aider mais il faut que vous fassiez un effort d'abord. Mme

    asked on January 31, 2008
  77. Biology for Carol/Roderick

    It would be helpful if you could use the same name consistently, please. Otherwise we think we are answering the same post over and over.

    asked on January 24, 2008
  78. Spanish for Alicia and/or Vicky

    Be sure you see all 3 of your posts: 1. 2. 3. NOTE: Please decide if you prefer Alicia or Vicky. It's confusing

    asked on January 22, 2008
  79. Spanish for Sam

    OK. No sense doing a national holiday that has already passed. Here are 3 ideas: 1. Navidad = Christmas Day, December 25th. 2. Año Nuevo = New Year's Day, Jan 1st. 3. El Día de los Reyes = Epifanía = Epiphany, Jan. 6th = the day Spanish children get

    asked on December 13, 2007
  80. Spanish for Sam

    At this point I only know you have a project due Monday. The sooner you give me more particulars, the sooner I can do research, or whatever else you need. Sra

    asked on December 13, 2007
  81. Spanish for Wilma

    Spanish for Wilma. Here are the country sites, just in case! 1. 2. 3. Sra

    asked on November 30, 2007
  82. Spanish for Margaret

    Hopefully you didn't miss the additional information I gave you to what Michael said re: Present Progressive Tense. Sra

    asked on November 28, 2007
  83. Spanish for Sam

    Perhaps you didn't have to give your description today. I have it done for you but I need to see what you "think" it is first. Otherwise it is not teaching and you will not learn anything! Sra

    asked on November 5, 2007
  84. French for Miche

    For some reason I missed your question the other day about "C'est délicieux, etc." and I thought you might like an explanation. The pronoun "ce" (c') meaning "it, he, she, this, that, they, these, those" is used only with the verb être. "Ce" replaces

    asked on October 21, 2007
  85. Spanish/History for Laura & Carry

    Thank you for using the Jiskha Homework Help Forum. I've seen this question so many times lately, that I hope everything is on the following link:

    asked on October 11, 2007
  86. Spanish for Lilly & Jennifer

    Spanish for Lilly and Jennifer Here are sites on the two countries: Chile and la Argentina 1. (Argentina): 2. (Chile):

    asked on October 5, 2007
  87. Spanish for Manny

    Stumbled across this this morning! Apparently Julio Cortázar fabricated the words "cornocopio, los famas" and that's why you won't find them in the dictionary!

    asked on October 3, 2007
  88. French for "Miche"

    Salut! Voici le vocabulaire. If these work, I won't type them over! In the order you mentioned: 1. (basic expressions) 2. (numbers) 3.

    asked on September 26, 2007
  89. French for "Miche"

    Clothing = les vêtements If it doesn't post, don't worry! I'll just type it over. LES VETEMENTS à carreaux, carré - checkered à col roulé - turtleneck à pinces - creased, pleated (pants) à plis, plissée - pleated (skirt), creased à rayures, rayé

    asked on September 26, 2007
  90. French for "Miche"

    Bonjour encore une fois! (Hello again.) You have mentioned nothing about vocabulary. Would you like some expressions, etc.? I can't wait until you learn the animals because I have some terrific sites for that. You used to be able to "hear" the sounds for

    asked on September 26, 2007
  91. French for Mischa

    Do you have a French name for class? My favorite would be "Miche" for you! What do you think? Today I'd like to tell you about TPR or Total Physical Response. We did a lot of that in class but you can do some things at home as well. For example, for

    asked on September 23, 2007
  92. French for Mischa

    PRESENT TENSE OF REGULAR -ER VERBS: INTERROGATIVE: am I playing? do I play? I play? INVERTED FORMS est-ce que FORMS - - - - - - - - est-ce que je joue? joues-tu? est-ce que tu joues? joue-t-il? est-ce qu'il joue? joue-t-elle? est-ce qu'elle joue?

    asked on September 23, 2007
  93. French for Mischa

    PRESENT TENSE OF REGULAR -ER VERBS AFFIRMATIVE: jouer = to play (the infinitive is introduced by "to" and does not say WHO or WHEN; that's why it's called "infinite/infinitive!") (I play, I DO play, I AM playING) = note 3 possible English translations for

    asked on September 22, 2007
  94. French for Mischa

    AGREEMENT OF ADJECTIVES FORMS: Singular: Masculine = petit riche gris heureux actif cher Feminine = petite riche grise heureuse active chère Plural: Masculine = petits riches gris heureux riches gris Feminine = petites riches grises heureuses actives

    asked on September 22, 2007
  95. French for Mischa

    PERSONAL PRONOUNS SUBJECT PRONOUNS Singular je (j') = I tu = you (familiar) il = he, it elle = she, it on = one, "we," you, they, people Plural nous = we vous = you (can be formal singular as well as familiar plural) ils = they, masculine elles = they,

    asked on September 22, 2007
  96. French for Mischa

    CONTRACTIIONS WITH THE DEFINITE ARTICLE & POSSESSION WITH "DE" CONTRACTIONS: The prepositons "a" and "de" contract with "le" and "les." a + le = au au cousin (to the cousin) a + les = aux aux dames (to the ladies) de + les = du du livre (of/from the book)

    asked on September 22, 2007
  97. French for Mischa

    PLURAL OF NOUNS (that refused to post before!) Most French nouns, like most English nouns, form their plural by adding "s" to the singular: SINGULAR PLURAL le garçon (the boy) les garçons (the boys) l'élève (the pupil) les élèves (the pupils) la

    asked on September 22, 2007
  98. French for Mischa

    I'm not sure if you were the one I gave the pronunciation sites to. Just in case I missed you and/or you would like them: 1. 2.

    asked on September 22, 2007
  99. French for Mischa

    The first question I used to ask my students was "Why are you studying French?" They didn't always have the "best" reason but those that had a good reason, started with a great attitude and did well. In case they didn't have a good reason, I had a handout

    asked on September 22, 2007
  100. French for Mischa

    One more try! PLURAL OF NOUNS Most French nouns, like most English nouns, form their plural by adding s to the singular: SINGULAR PLURAL le garçon, the boy les garçons, the boys lfélève, the pupil les élèves, the pupils la feuille, the leaf les

    asked on September 21, 2007


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