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3 Minute French - Course 10 | Language lessons for beginners

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Lessons in This Class

102 Lessons (6h 4m)
    • 1. Introduction to course 10

      1:01
    • 2. 81a - meilleur

      3:26
    • 3. 81b - meilleur que

      3:33
    • 4. 81c - "-ci" and "-là"

      3:45
    • 5. 81d - this and that

      3:19
    • 6. 81e - practise with "this" and "that"

      3:14
    • 7. 81f - le meilleur

      3:37
    • 8. 81g - the best

      3:27
    • 9. 81h - this (one) & that (one)

      3:11
    • 10. 81i - recap

      2:57
    • 11. 81j - let's practise - English to French

      4:11
    • 12. 81k - let's practise - French to English

      4:06
    • 13. 81l - let's recap - English to French

      3:54
    • 14. 81m - let's recap - French to English

      3:28
    • 15. 82a - more ... than

      5:45
    • 16. 82b - comparisons

      3:13
    • 17. 82c - less ... than

      3:07
    • 18. 82d - worse

      3:23
    • 19. 82e - worse than

      3:23
    • 20. 82f - practise with comparisons

      3:09
    • 21. 82g - the worst

      3:55
    • 22. 82h - let's practise - English to French

      4:16
    • 23. 82i - let's practise - French to English

      3:50
    • 24. 82j - let's recap - English to French

      3:49
    • 25. 82k - let's recap - French to English

      3:34
    • 26. 83a - it's nice out

      3:21
    • 27. 83b - warm

      3:20
    • 28. 83c - cold

      3:21
    • 29. 83d - weather

      3:12
    • 30. 83e - sunny

      5:27
    • 31. 83f - windy

      3:27
    • 32. 83g - recap

      1:22
    • 33. 83h - let's practise - English to French

      4:51
    • 34. 83i - let's practise - French to English

      3:31
    • 35. 83j - let's recap - English to French

      3:46
    • 36. 83k - let's recap - French to English

      3:33
    • 37. 84a - weather (it was)

      3:17
    • 38. 84b - il faisait

      3:10
    • 39. 84c - il y avait

      3:17
    • 40. 84d - il y a ... à

      3:19
    • 41. 84e - there is vs. there are

      3:16
    • 42. 84f - there was vs. there were

      2:01
    • 43. 84g - let's practise - English to French

      4:33
    • 44. 84h - let's practise - French to English

      4:34
    • 45. 84i - let's recap - English to French

      4:54
    • 46. 84j - let's recap - French to English

      3:33
    • 47. 85a - I'm hot

      3:07
    • 48. 85b - I'm cold

      3:17
    • 49. 85c - are you cold?

      3:37
    • 50. 85d - I'm hungry

      3:13
    • 51. 85e - I'm thirsty

      3:08
    • 52. 85f - I'm scared

      3:10
    • 53. 85g - I'm scared of...

      3:09
    • 54. 85h - what ... for?

      4:37
    • 55. 85i - what are you scared of?

      3:14
    • 56. 85j - I'm right

      3:21
    • 57. 85k - I'm wrong

      3:14
    • 58. 85l - practise with avoir

      3:25
    • 59. 85m - forms of avoir

      3:15
    • 60. 85n - recap

      2:53
    • 61. 85o - let's practise - English to French

      4:25
    • 62. 85p - let's practise - French to English

      3:10
    • 63. 85q - let's recap - English to French

      3:46
    • 64. 85r - let's recap - French to English

      3:36
    • 65. 86a - I was hot

      3:21
    • 66. 86b - I wasn't hot

      3:23
    • 67. 86c - enough

      3:31
    • 68. 86d - avoir in the imperfect tense

      3:09
    • 69. 86e - recap

      3:06
    • 70. 86f - let's practise - English to French

      4:26
    • 71. 86g - let's practise - French to English

      3:47
    • 72. 86h - let's recap - English to French

      4:09
    • 73. 86i - let's recap - French to English

      4:16
    • 74. 87a - I'm scared of...

      3:06
    • 75. 87b - I need

      3:48
    • 76. 87c - besoin de

      3:15
    • 77. 87d - I fancy

      3:13
    • 78. 87e - envie de

      3:23
    • 79. 87f - I plan on

      3:11
    • 80. 87g - l'intention de

      3:09
    • 81. 87h - I have time to

      3:10
    • 82. 87i - le temps de

      3:29
    • 83. 87j - recap

      3:15
    • 84. 87k - let's practise - English to French

      4:39
    • 85. 87l - let's practise - French to English

      4:01
    • 86. 87m - let's recap - English to French

      4:32
    • 87. 87n - let's recap - French to English

      3:38
    • 88. 88a - I was going

      3:14
    • 89. 88b - "aller" in the imperfect tense

      3:29
    • 90. 88c - practise with aller

      3:30
    • 91. 88d - lesson recap

      1:12
    • 92. 88e - let's practise - English to French

      4:36
    • 93. 88f - let's practise - French to English

      4:24
    • 94. 88g - let's recap - English to French

      5:06
    • 95. 88h - let's recap - French to English

      3:53
    • 96. 89a - I was able / I could

      3:17
    • 97. 89b - entendre

      3:16
    • 98. 89c - practise with pouvoir

      3:22
    • 99. 89d - lesson recap

      3:14
    • 100. 89e - let's practise - English to French

      4:55
    • 101. 89g - let's recap - English to French

      3:42
    • 102. 89h - let's recap - French to English

      4:30
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Hello and welcome to “3 Minute French - Course 10” The aim of this course is to make French accessible to anybody regardless of age, educational background or "aptitude" for learning. This course leads on from "3 Minute French – Courses 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9" and new language structures are introduced to enable you to communicate in more situations when on holiday abroad.

My method for teaching French is simple but effective. It works for anybody, no matter what your requirements. I have been teaching foreign languages for over ten years and I’ve taught a wide range of students of all ages and backgrounds, including students with learning difficulties, so I know my method is accessible to absolutely anyone, with no exception.

With this course, it’s almost as if you have your very own language tutor at your beck and call. Take it with you wherever you are and have a quick listen to one of the lessons whenever you find yourself with three minutes to spare. You will be amazed at how much your language skills will develop after just a few minutes a day of study. You will start to learn the French language in a simple, logical and fun way.

You will learn a variety of words that you will learn to put together to form sentences that will be useful in any visit to France or any other French speaking country, and you'll learn how to put the words together to form sentences, saying exactly what you want.

PROGRESS TO THE NEXT COURSE

Once you have completed this course, if you would like to learn more French using the same method, you can wait for course 11 (coming soon!) or find my other French courses. Here are the links:

3 Minute French – Course 1

3 Minute French – Course 2

3 Minute French – Course 3

3 Minute French – Course 4

3 Minute French – Course 5

3 Minute French – Course 6

3 Minute French – Course 7

3 Minute French - Course 8

3 Minute French - Course 9

Additionally, I have a series of French courses called “Building Structures”. These courses use the same method found in the 3 Minute French courses, but they focus on building fluency by looking at the different structures of the French language. I recommend starting these courses once you’ve completed up to 3 Minute French – Course 3, and then you can work through both series simultaneously. Here are the links for the Building Structures in French courses on SkillShare:

Building Structures in French – Structure 1

Building Structures in French – Structure 2

Building Structures in French – Structure 3

Building Structures in French – Structure 4

Finally, if you want to explore the French language even further, I have some French grammar courses available. I’ve used the same method in these courses as I have in the other courses, so hopefully you’ll find them fun and interesting

French Grammar – Quick Guide – Verbs 1

Success in French Grammar – The Past Tense (aka the present perfect)

If you would like to learn a different language, I have the same courses above available in Spanish, German, Italian, Portuguese and Dutch. Just head to my SkillShare profile page to find them all: https://www.skillshare.com/user/3minutelanguages

Happy learning – Bon apprentissage

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Hello, I’m Kieran and I’m a language tutor based in the UK. I have created a series of online courses that you can use to learn to speak French, Spanish, German, Italian and Portuguese. (I also have some English and math courses)

Have a look below to see all the courses I currently have available. I try to add a new course at least once every other week, so check back regularly to see if the next one is ready.

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1. Introduction to course 10: Bonjour, Amy Avenue. Hello, and welcome to three-minute French course 10. In this course, we're going to be working through lessons 81 to 89 of the three minute French series. As always, we have plenty of new vocabulary plus plenty of new grammar features that will enable you to say even more in French. There will also be ample opportunity to practice everything you've been learning, as well as everything you learned in the previous courses. I hope you enjoy this tenth course in the series. And just like before, the layout and the method or the same, The trick is to learn level and often on a regular schedule so that you maintain enthusiasm and gets into a good habit with learning French. That way, you'll find everything goes in and stays put. Merci beaucoup. 2. 81a - meilleur: Let's start this lesson with a quick recap of the words and phrases that we learned in the last lesson. How do you say in French, for how many days? Pour com Yangzhou? Procambium, the zoo. How long for procambium, the tongue, procambium, the tone, which can tell. Okay, they all sound the same, but they're all spelled differently. Qu EL for masculine singular, QU ELS for masculine plural. Qut WALL-E for feminine singular. And q, u, e double L, E S for feminine plural. Had you say, Do you prefer in the singular informal. I had to say, Do you prefer in the singular formal or the plural? Prefer a whew. I prefer. Do you prefer? Hey Joe, first word for this lesson. Mayor. It means better. Mayor. So how would you say in French, everything is better here? To a DC. To AC. The food is better here. And when you have a feminine noun, we have to do is add an e to the end of mayor, is still pronounced the same, but it's just one E on the end in writing. A major EC, lambda e to the c. So Mayor means better. How would you say in French, the wine is always better here. Lavon, a mayor, EC Louvain, a two. Which one is better? Kelly Mayor. Can I help the hotels are better in Paris. So when you have a plural noun, you can add an S to the n over it to make it plural. 3. 81b - meilleur que: How would you say in French? I think it's better now. Momentum. Momentum. Is it better for you here? Yc es que se patois, or SQS. A mayor who ISI, as you say, may oppose DC. Mayor means better. We can add a little bit to Mayor, and we get mayor. Mayor. And that means better than ME year. So here's yet another meaning for the word occur. So we've seen now can mean what in a question. It can mean that after, I hope that. And now it can mean van after better than, for example, good-faith T2. V2 means is, what are you doing? Phi2, SPARQL to say bone. Just bear QC bone. I hope that is good. Just spoke was a bomb. Lavon, a mayor of January to Louvain, a mayor gelato E2 is better than the food. So come in. What could mean that after JS Bach and can mean a van when it's comparing using major. Better than. So how would you say in French, the cheese here is better than that? She's there. A major lift homology, see AMA format. I think the chicken is better than the turkey. Pom. Pom what? A Mayor, Dan, How would you say if you're referring to wine, it is always better there than here. Relate to your mayor AC Kula, relate to your mayor, Hiseq cooler. So we use email when it's describing a specific masculine noun. So because we are referring to the wine, we say ELA rather than just saved. So literally, when you're describing a masculine noun, you describe it as he LA, to your mayor, AC cola. 4. 81c - "-ci" and "-là": So we've had mayor, meaning better. And Mayer, which means better than, how would you say in French, it is always better here than there. And it was referring to a masculine noun. And we said it was LA 200 AIC cola elite a two Germania is sequela. Well, how would you say it is always better there than here? And you are referring to the food, which is a feminine noun. La to your mayor. Good, EC. Add it to your mayor. Ec. So we say L for it because it's referring to a feminine noun celery or saying she is always better. L2, your mega, EC, and the word may year gets an E on the end to make it feminine. And actually, when you put the word in front of a word that starts with a vowel, it shortens to QU apostrophe. So in this sentence, the ECD at the end would be Kesey. So LA to John Mayer, law, Casey. How would you say in French, everything is better in fronts? To a mayor on phones today, mayor home phones. Now these next two phrases are useful for distinguishing between two things. So C and Sue, law and law, they mean this and that, and they used with nouns. Now we learned ages ago that if you want to say this wine, you say silver. Additionally, we'll add that Silverman can also mean that wine. However, if you want to say something like this, wine is better than that one, the French have some little additions that you can put onto the end of things. If you want to say this wine, you can't just say server, as we already know. However, if you want to say this wine as opposed to that wine, you can hook the little hyphen C, C until the end of the word for wine. So you end up with servants, see, Steven, see. And so the letters CI hook onto the wound with a hyphen. And solvency means this wine, and it can't mean that wine. So the little C on the end comes from the word EC, which means here. So you're already saying this wine here, Suzanne C. Similarly, if you want to say that wine, you can add a little hyphen L to the end of the word for wine. The a in LA has an accident on it and acts and graph say we end up with server LA. Suzanne law means that wine and the law on the end actually means there. So you're really saying that one there, suzanne law. So Suzanne C means this wine and survived law means that wine. 5. 81d - this and that: So if you want to say this wine, you can say Susan's see. And if you want to say that wine, you can say server law. And you can hook the liver C and law unto the end of any noun. As long as you use PSR, set, set. Depending on whether it's a masculine, feminine, singular or plural noun in front of it. For example, set what you see. Set what your C means, this car, set what your Ulla said, what you allow means that car. So has the horsey means this restaurant. So has the Hahn LA, so has the Hola means that restaurant. Or say var C. C, C means these wines. And civil law. Civil law means those wines. So you can see that in the plural, the phrases say with a C on the end of the noun and say with a law on the end of the noun, mean v's and those. So how would you say in French, this wine is very good, but that wine is terrible. Stephen see a table. May Savant law, a terror, Ebola, Sudan see a table may serve and law. So we add the little c. And when we're comparing two different nouns, if you want to say this wine by itself, you can just say Silva and that's fine. But when you're describing two different wines and you want to differentiate between this one and that one, then the C and the law on the end of the nouns are very useful. How would you say this cheese is batteries is better than that cheese. So if homage, see Mayor of coastal for Modula suffer much see a mayor cost of homage law. So we've had in essence, IFR, mayor, meaning better. Mayor, better than. C, means this. And so law means that. How would you say in French? I would like that car. She would like this car. What you may see sets what you allow me. I said what you have seen. 6. 81e - practise with "this" and "that": How would you say in French that Kate was delicious, but this cake is a lot better. Staccato law. May still get to see a bookmaker. This hotel is very good, but that hotel is less expensive. Makes it of the lab. You'll see a tribal law. This code is too big for me, but that code is perfect. Do you want this pizza? Pizza? What you said pizza. Pizza. Pizza. See who said pizza? Pizza, see who said pizza? Pizza. Pizza. That restaurant is very expensive. Still has the Hola, hola a tertiary. But in this sentence, because we're not comparing anything, we could just say, still a restaurant, a timeshare, still has the Haunted to share. The lab just adds a bit of emphasis. So you can say that restaurant over there. So hasta la, eight fascia. 7. 81f - le meilleur: The word Mayor means better. But if you put in front of it, you get me your Lumiere. And it means the best Lumiere. So how would you say in French, this wine is the best? Suzanne, C L omega sub C L Omega. Or of course you can just say Silvana, Illumina, illumina year. How would you say that cheese is the best? So for Marge law, a luma year SF format, or you can take off the lab because it's not comparing anything, you can just save a Lumia. So for manage a Lumiere, I think that is the best solution here. Pour moi Suseela mayor. So we've had in this essence, I, Mayor, meaning better, may occur, meaning better than to ban. So C means this. So LA means that. And Lumia means the best. How would you say, I think the best wine is the red wine. Pour moi Lumia. For pneumonia. A Louvain who's just like with everything else in French when you use lemma, yes, it has, it has to agree with whatever it is describing. If you're talking about the best wine is masculine, but if you're talking about the best cars is feminine and plural. So here are the four different forms of Romania. Romania, mayor is masculine singular. La, mayor. Mayor with an e on the end is feminine singular. Lei mayor. Mayor with an S on the end is masculine plural. And lay mayor. Mayor with an S on the end is feminine plural. And you can see that the word for VR in front changes as well from LA, LA and then lay for the pro Lumiere, lay mayor, and lemma. So how would you say which car is the best? Kilowatt. Kilowatt you're a llama. 8. 81g - the best: How would you say in French, I think that hotel is the best, but this hotel is very good as well. The law, the law. May citadel see a tipi. The best food is in Paris. I don't know which is the best. You should say back Gilly. I don't know if it's the best, but this bottle of wine is absolutely delicious. You shouldn't say Part C, LLM a year may sit potato van, it absolutely more debt is used. So we've had major, meaning better bet than, so, see this. So LA, that and Lumiere, meaning the best. How would you say the best wine is in France? Aidan fonts. Which one is the best? Kelly. Kelly 9. 81h - this (one) & that (one): There are two more words that I want to introduce you to. In fact, we have seen them before, but now we'll understand more about where they come from. The words are, so C, meaning this or this one, and Sulla meaning that, or that one, meaning that or that one. So c and Sulla. You might notice that these two words contain the word Sue. And then there is a C and a law on the end of them. While insula, for some reason the accent from the word law disappeared. But we can use the word law disappeared. We can use C by itself to mean this, and Sulla by itself to mean that. However, in English, we often say this one and that one. But in French, you don't need any word for the one part. You simply say, So C and C word for the one part, you simply say succeed and Sulla. So C can mean this or this one. When you use it by itself, you don't put it down on the end. And Sulla means that o, that one. For example, see a bone. A bone means this a bone. So see a bone means this is good or this one is good. Sulla, a puffy. So LA, a buffet. That is perfect, or that one is perfect. So how would you say in French that one is better than this one? Is better than this one. Sulla, a mayor, because you see, I like that one, but I prefer this one. This is perfect. I think this one is the best, but that one is good too. 10. 81i - recap: How would you say in French? Do you want this or that? Sulla. See Lucilla. Uaa, UAG, UAA. This is bad. So see a movie. A movie. He bought this one in Paris and that one in masi. Elastase. Elastase to see a sulla. She's had this one, had this one for three years. Elastic. Elastic. So literally you say she has this since three is, I wanted that one book, Pierre. This one relates to law. You've raised to LA me Pierre de su see? So in this lesson we've had mayor, meaning better. Mayor meaning better than one. So c, meaning this, and you put that around a noun, so the circuit goes in front of the noun and the C hooks on the end. Similarly, law, the circuit is in front of the noun and the hooks on the end means that. Lumen means the best. And then C means this or this one. And Sulla means that or that one. 11. 81j - let's practise - English to French: It's time now to practice what we've been learning in this lesson. How do you say in French, the rooms here are better. I think this room is better than that room. What is this one the best one. Excuse to see? Which one is the best for me. The white wine is a lot better than the red wine. A book. A book. This car is the best, but I liked that car as well. What you have see, you allow sit what you have. See. This one is smaller, but that one is a lot more expensive. So you see a PPT, Missoula, a book. Missoula. The food at a hotel is better than the food at the restaurant. D11, that postcard, Cat, post-Ebola. Said cats, postal, le, le, le. Everything is better here. To DC, to AC. 12. 81k - let's practise - French to English: Now let's have a go at doing some reverse translations. What do these French sentences mean in English? So see a backflip or sociopathy palm one. This is perfect for me. So ghetto law, a delis you may inhibitory Bumppo, more staccato, SOHCAHTOA a delis. You may, in a petri bomb Puma. That cake is delicious, but it isn't very good for me. Survive law. Suit by law. This wine is absolutely terrible. Ulla. Do you prefer this one or that one? Hola. Hola. They chose that room. The best hotel is next to the Eiffel tower. A. The car in front of us is better. Set a, set a, that car is too small for us. This hotel is better because it has a swimming pool. C2, v2, see silvers to see. I don't know if you want this one or that one. 13. 81l - let's recap - English to French: What we'll do now, awesome recap translations to incorporate words and phrases that we learned in previous lessons. How do you say in French, what are you buying for Marie? Cache? Cache. Cache, umami. Umami is half past five. Asanga radii. Are they going to make a reservation? We're going to fail. I tried the cake, but it wasn't very good. J. J SAE legato. It's very beautiful there. Ebola. Ebola. I'm going to John's house tomorrow. The car is perfect, fit. It isn't here, it's there. So in the past, Scylla. What time is the train for Paris? Tempo. Tempo, mode you want to do today? Oh, cool. 14. 81m - let's recap - French to English: What we'll do now, some French to English recount translations. What do these friends sentences mean in English? Coupon. Coupon. What are you going to take with you? The television doesn't work. I've been waiting for the bus for an hour. Is he going to change the reservation? When I drink? And which is a room for two people for four nights. I've done it now. Can I have two bags, please? Taxi. Taxi. I'm not going to take a taxi. Me, me. Me. Today is the first of May. 15. 82a - more ... than: Let's start this lesson with a quick recap of the words and phrases that will end in the last lesson. How do you say infringe better? Better than mediocre? Le Mayor. This. So see that. So LA, this, or this one. So c and that, o, that one. Sulla. In the last lesson, we spoke about how to say better than. But what if you wanted to say something like bigger than or smaller than? Well, this is what we're going to learn about in this lesson. These are called comparative and they'll allow you to compare things. Here's how you form the comparative. In French, you use the phrase clue. Clue. It means more zan. So how would you say in French, this wine is more delicious than that one? That wine. Sudan see a Consumer Law, Savannah see a Fudenosuke, a savant law. I think it's more interesting today. Palm will say, please enter the Santos, would we say please? And Ana Santa Maria is more beautiful than Jan. Marry a Bluebell co-gen, Mari, a PBL project cogen. In English to form a comparative. The general rule is, if it's two syllables or fewer, and ER, if it's three syllables or more, use more. If it's two syllables or fewer, add ER, what that means? It add ER to the end of the adjective. If it's three syllables or more, use more. What that means is you put the word more in front of the adjective. Let's have a look at some examples in English. Here are some adjectives that are two syllables or fewer. Big becomes bigger, small, becomes smaller. Old, older. Pretty prettier. Funny. Fallujah. Tall, taller, short, shorter, young, younger. Green, greener. So all of those adjectives where two syllables or fewer. So we add that to the ER, to the end of the adjective to make it a comparative. However, in English, English, if the adjective is three syllables or more, you put the word more in front of the adjective instead of adding ER to the end. For example, beautiful becomes more beautiful. You couldn't say, for example, beautiful. Delicious becomes more delicious. Expensive, more intensive, extraordinary, more extraordinary, interesting, more interesting, intelligent, more intelligent, trustworthy, more trustworthy, exciting, more exciting thing. So that's the rule in English. In French, however, no matter how many syllables a word has, the comparative room is always the same. Just put the word plu in front of the adjective. The word clue pl us means more. So for example, obeyed is gone. So bigger in France, use a plugin. Plugin, which literally means more big. Some more examples, plu bone, quibble, more beautiful. Plu, daily steer, pretty deadly. Steer. More delicious. Please extraordinary. Please. Extraordinaire. More extraordinary. Please. Antennae zhong. Please antigen. More intelligent. Puberty. Puberty, smaller or literally more smooth. Collusion. Collusion, younger, or literally infringes a more young. Please share. Please share. More expensive. So to form any comparative in French, you put the word clue in front of the judge. 16. 82b - comparisons: To form any comparative infringe, we have to do is put the word plu, pl us in front of the adjective. And then the word for van is e. So how would you say in French, Pierre is bigger than Paul? Pf, a plug Hong Kong poll, a plugin cupola. I I'm younger than you knew. Collusion. Collusion. Collusion. This car is smaller than that car. Set. A set what you're see. This bottle is more expensive than that bottle. Set with a C. A, C, a. I wonder if this is a lot more expensive than that. C2c, a book with Zoom demand, CSU, see a book. I am three years younger than you. We could Ta ta or UI, UX. 17. 82c - less ... than: How would you say in French, Sophie is more intelligent than mako. So P a P is intelligent. So Tomoko, the film yesterday was fully than the film last week. Lithium. Lithium. Danielle. I think fringe is more difficult than English. For a palm leaf on C difficile colonially. Now here's the opposite of goo. Goo, it means less than one Qu. So how would you say in French is less expensive than Paris? Kelly. Kelly. The car is less quickly than the train. Lava. Lava is less intelligent than Michelle. A television commercial. 18. 82d - worse: How would you say in French, I have less money than new Zhi Dao, Zhong Guo TWA gene, one that wasn't good. Twa or Jim Coven, Zhi Dao Xiang Qu. So the word means less. And if you want to put a noun after it, you have to say, one, do less of whatever the noun is. Less money, less money, in French is a less of money, due adhesion. And the word du becomes D apostrophe in front of a word that starts with a vowel. That's always a G, m1. Could Hua, Guan, Zhong Qu. If you want to say one in front of an adjective, you can just use the adjective by itself. So you haven't got to put the word. If you want to say less person adjective, here you need the word do when you want to say less plus a noun. So Zhong, less, money. How would you say this is less important than that? So c, c goes to law. Now this next word is the opposite of that, was better. Well, this next word is P, which means with p. So how would you say in French, is with here? Say P. Say P. The food is worse here. The wine is always with here. A PIC Lavon. Everything is here. To DC, to DC. 19. 82e - worse than: How would you say in French? I think it's worse for SAP, say PF. So we've had in this lesson flu. Flu, meaning more than. One, means less than. And means with. Well, we can put the word occur after p and we get goo. Goo, which means worse than. So how would you say in French, the cheese here is with than the cheese there. A PDF. A PDF. I think the chicken is worse than the turkey. Api. Api is the wind waves or better in Paris. Sql API, API. Aeschylus. The food, is worse here than the API. Api at ISI color. That hotel was with them, this hotel. Ap setup a law, ATP. The train was worse than the plain. Adp. Adp. 20. 82f - practise with comparisons: In this lesson so far, we've had plu, Fluker, meaning more than one. Meaning less than P. P, which means worse. And P or P, meaning worse than. In the last lesson, we learned that mega means better. And then Lumiere means the best. Well, since p means you might be able to guess what this means. It means the worst. So how would you say in French, this wine is the worst? Savannah. Savannah, see a loop that cheese is the worst. A loop. A loop here. Today is the worst. And in French you would literally say today it is the worst. Or should we say UP? Or should we say loopy? Yesterday was the worst? Again, you will say literally yesterday it was the worst. Say DDP, EFSA tilapia. Which one is the worst? The food here is the worst. Lan or etiology. See a LaPiere. Laboratory see a LaPiere. So just like with Lumia, the word LaPiere becomes LaPiere when you're talking about a feminine noun. Illinois, TREC, elapse. 21. 82g - the worst: Just like with everything else in French. When you use LaPiere, it has to agree with whatever it is you're describing. Because already ends in letter E. It doesn't change at all when you talk about something feminine. In the plural though, it does gain an extra S. So the four forms of the worst are Lupita, which is the masculine singular, LaPiere, which is the feminine singular, laypeople and labia. There are a million plural and the feminine plural. So the masculine and feminine plural are actually identical. It's just the Lupita and LaPiere which differ. And then the plural leap year. So how would you say in French, the holidays this year were the worst? Labor costs. Sydney, it'll API labor costs set and a tail API. It was the worst thing that I saw. The lab PDF shows. Lapiere shows the best thing in Paris was the wine, but the worst thing was the tea. La mejor shows a poly, a tail van, male appear, shows a tailored de. La mejor shows up RA, at the liver. May LaPiere shows a latte. I think this one is the word Pong Su see LLP for sushi. Llp. The food is terrible there, but it isn't the worst restaurant. May. Ebola may be assessed on the wine. Here is the worst. Ec, a loopy Ravana, LPF. So in this lesson we've had plu, meaning more than, one, less than P, meaning worse. Worse than. And Libya. The worst. 22. 82h - let's practise - English to French: It's time now to practice what we've been learning in this lesson. How do you say in French, which one is bigger? Guinea pig on a plugin. This one is louder than that one. So c, a to sulla, to see a proof. The food here is less expensive than the food they're Illinois Joy, see, this one is the worst. Is to see a loopy. To see a loopy. Murray is taller than pn. A plugin to marry a plugin and compare. The train is faster than the car. A kilowatt. Or instead of saying VT, you can use the word happy and say, Look time, a heartbeat kilowatt. Repeat. The film yesterday was worse than this film. But the two towns are terrible. Lithium ADP film made a difference on that. Helium. Lithium, ATP cost of thin films on Teddy Blue spoke more slowly than Sophie, but Sophie's French was clearer. Purulent mucus or fie. Fie. Fie. Fie. That car is more expensive than my house. Amazon sets what your mom is on. My room is smaller than marker is room for the Marco Marco. 23. 82i - let's practise - French to English: Now let's have a go at doing some reverse translations. What are these French sentences mean in English? Pluto. Pluto. I'm leaving earlier than new liaison for some. The children are noisier today. Jab. Jab because Sophie I live never to marry than Sophie. Jb vanquished TWA, magnesium, Santa habla mantle. Mantle. I drank less than you, but I feel terrible now. He bought more than me. Say protocol me see, is comma here than it was. The dinner was more delicious than lunch. On my d equals to see. On my D film villainy. I've heard that this is the west film of the year. Sql. Sql, a mayor, or is it better or worse? Michelle. Michelle was a lot more tired than me. 24. 82j - let's recap - English to French: Mobile do now some recap translations which will incorporate whereas we learned in the previous lessons. How do you say in French, I'm sorry, but it's damaged. I think it's fantastic. Say fantastic. Fantastic. It's 90 or rows for two nights. Say caravan, DCO. Say, where is the key for my room? Do you live here in Paris? Oh, ooh. That isn't good for him. The heating doesn't work. No Masha. I wonder what she's doing here today. Hey, Jim. Was the food good at the restaurant yesterday? Edit tailbone or has a 100 the air, land. Edit tailbone. Good evening. I would like a table for two, please. Most of you in tablet or do see more also, I would raise you in tablet mode. 25. 82k - let's recap - French to English: Now let's do some French to English recap translations would have these friends sentences mean in English. Come with me please. I speak English but I come from Germany. Key devote news app. Really? Key. Him. Do we have to call? I would like to hire that car or a home. I'm not going to have lunch at the restaurant. Where are my shoes? Are you going to John's house tonight? Julie. Julie view. I saw her yesterday in Moscow. Do you want to try it? They're going to do everything tomorrow. 26. 83a - it's nice out: Let's start this lesson with a quick recap of the words and phrases that we learned in the last lesson. How would you say in French, more than plu, less than one go. Worse. Worse than the worst. Lupita. Bigger or smaller. Blooper t. In this lesson, we're going to learn how to talk about the weather. So here's your first phrase, is fibo. If they bow. It means it's nice out. If a bot. Whenever you want to talk about the weather in French, you usually use to mean it is. For example, if a bot can be used to mean it is nice out or it is beautiful out. The phrase ill Fe literally means he makes. The reason we say he is because the weather is Latane, which is a masculine noun. Now, because we say hey, which means he makes. When we say, Hey Bo, we're literally saying he makes beautiful. Obviously, this is nothing like what we say in English. We tend to just say it is something. So you can use in front of adjectives to describe the weather. If a bone is a bone, means is pitfall out in phase shown in fish show means it's hot out. So the adjective show means hot. Fe for ill, FIFA means it's cold out. So the word means cold. Now, you only have used ill Fe in this way when you're talking about the weather. If you want to say something like your Sue polio coffee is cold, then you can just say something like Lu Kathy FOR. But when you anymore stroke about the weather, you have to say, Hey, how would you say in French? It's nice out. If a bot, if a bot it's nice out today. If a bot, if a bot should we. It's very beautiful. Atom Paris today. If a table is a table about a week. 27. 83b - warm: Here's another word that you can put on the end. To talk about the weather. Show. Show. It means hot or warm show. So how would you say in French, it's warm out today? If a shoe, if a show, how would you say it's more mapped? If a show, if it isn't worn out and you make a negative in the same way as you can make any verb negative. You just put in front and then after the verb. Even if a Pashto, It's very hot out. If a tissue is a tissue. So you haven't got to use the word for out. In French and English, we say it's very hot out or the weather is very hot. But we use the word out in English to show that we're talking about the weather. If you just said is very hot, then it could be referring to food or drink or something. But we use the word out to show We're talking about the weather. In French, the phrase IIFE automatically means you're talking about the weather. So you haven't got say the word for outs at the end of the sentence. So if a ratio, a ratio is very hot out, how would you say in French? I hope it's warm tomorrow. Demand. Demand. How would you say I like Spain, but it's too hot over there. Mei. Mei is a Toshiba. 28. 83c - cold: How would you say in French? I think it's too hot today. I'm taking my code because it isn't very warm out today. Your palm or mondo Pascaline, if a path threshold should we use Momento Baskin if a bad ratio or we say the word Shoah means hot or warm. And here is the opposite. It means cold, F1. So how would you say in French, it's cold out today? In FE. It's very cold out. If a if a is quite cold out today. If a a how would you say I don't want to go to the beach today is too cold out for me. If a tofu upon one, I'll apply. Those would be if a tofu upon one. It's nice I was in England today, but it's cold here in Paris. If a bow tie, a bow tie. 29. 83d - weather: How would you say in French? It's very cold in France in December. On fonts, on the sound one. Now in this sentence, instead of saying own the sangha, there is another nice phrase that you'll hear quite a lot in French. Or more, delay sombre on what do they sombre a literally means in the month of December. December. And you can put in front of any month as an alternative to using on. So in this sentence you could say, if a round forms or why do they saw more ill fate on France or wider de Samba. So using these, how would you say in French is warm in England in July, but in October is cold. If a show ME October. October, fifth one. How would you say in French? It's cold out tomorrow? If a man. I hope it's not too cold out today. It's always cold in Paris in December. It'll pay to your foie Apache on why did example if a 200 foie party on what they saw and so on, what do they sombre again means in the month of December. And you'll hear these used more than on this opera, but he had this used on this camera. And you'll be perfectly understood this as you'll hear people say or model example, rather than just on this armor. 30. 83e - sunny: How would you say in French? I don't want it to go to the pub because it's too cold for me. Here's another useful word that you can use with to talk about the weather. It means Sunni, solid. So how would you say in French, it's sunny out today? If it's sunny out in Mao, say, I must say. I hope it's sunny out tomorrow. Just killed facial edema. Just Bagchi face or a domain. Here's your next weather-related phrase, although it's not quite as pleasant as Celine, do von, do von. It means windy. Do von literally means summoned. Do is used to mean some. In English we can use it to mean windy. So how would you say in French, it's windy out today? It's windy in France today. If they do want on fossil fuels. In FE versus Ilia. When you're talking about the weather being sunny, windy, you can actually choose to use either ill Fe or Ilia. The phrase Duvall always has the word do in front of it. So you can say either in FE, Duvall will fade, Duvall to mean it's windy out or Iliad Yuval. Iliad you Vaughn. And that also means is windy out. They both mean the same thing. If fade Yvonne, Yvonne or Illiad, you Vaughn. But Iliad you von literally means there is wind or there is some wind. The word saline, however, also gets a due in front of it if you use it with the phrase Ilia, but not if you use it with the phrase ill Fe. So either you'll face, so lay ill face solely to mean it's sunny out or Illiad you solely, Ilia do solely. And that also means it's sunny out. But literally the second one, Ilia do solely means there is some sun. Iliad, the soil. So you can choose been ilia or ill FE will fade, Yvonne Iliad, human. It viscerally, Iliad do solely. So when you use the phrase Eliana, you're literally saying there is wind or there is some. Gradually there is some wind and there is some sun. The choice between, between EFA and ilia is completely up to you. Depending on where you are in France or the French speaking world, you'll hear some people using it more, and other people using Ilia more. This is only with Dawn and solely with the other whether terms that we've learned so far, Bu show and you always use yield Fei. But with Sally and davon, you can choose to use interface or ilia. Now, having spoken to many French people about the choice between ill Fe and ilia, I've come to learn that there's hardly any difference between Iliad, you Vaughn, and it will fade you von. But most people I spoke to said they felt that Iliad UCLA is more conversational and ill face early sounds quite poetic. So Eliade UCLA is probably used more in everyday conversations. And ill face really is a bit more partial poetic. But the choice is completely up to you. 31. 83f - windy: How would you say in French, is sunny here in Paris this morning? You face is faithfully. Or how would you say it's windy at the beach? Or Ilia? It's always windy here in March. Isi. Isi on why the mass, or you could say on what mass is the mass? How would you say, I don't want to walk to the shops because it's cold and windy. Ipa or magazine. Pascals the F1 as give a for a newborn or a Duvall. My exam. I hope it's nice out. Symbol table. I hope it's sunny out tomorrow. The man or woman. 32. 83g - recap: We've learned a small handful of weather-related terms so far in this lesson. However, I've put a lot more in a vocabulary expansion sheet for you to use at your leisure. In this lesson, we've had in vivo. In vivo, meaning it's nice out. Show, show, which means hot or warm. For foie means cold on one due on. Why do you can use to mean in the month of energy used quite commonly in French. Solely. Solely means sunny. Duvall means windy. You can either use the phrase faithfully or Iliad, usually in face really Iliad UCLA. And they placed mean, it's sunny out. Similarly, you can use either Wilfredo von or if a division in the newborn. And they both mean it's windy out. 33. 83h - let's practise - English to French: It's time now to practice what we've been learning in this lesson. How do you say in French, it's suny out tomorrow in phase. So later man, the man, or the man. The man. I hope it's warm in Paris tomorrow. The man, the man. It's nice out in friends, but it's cold in England. If a bone forms, may, if a if a bow on phones may if it's cold today. I wonder if it's Sony, say today. Still FaceTime or Zoom demand. Jim. Do you know if it's windy out tomorrow? Ooh. Ooh. Ooh. Ooh, man. In the month of January, it's always cold in France. If a two-year F1 forms on what? I have to go to London this week, but it's very cold. In May. In May. It isn't windy, but it's very cold. Even if a patch may say Pat Von May. So in this sentence we've got rather than do bone. And that's because it's a negative. Remember N a negative sentence you never say, Do you always a patent. Finally, how would you say in French, were going to spend the holidays abroad where it's warm. We'll finish with a lone pair. Electron j will fail. 34. 83i - let's practise - French to English: Now let's have a go at doing some reverse translations. But these French sentences mean in English. On one. On one. If a tissue on a spine you in the month of July is very hot in Spain. In facial facial. I prefer when it's warm out. Mla or APA or MLA or APA or continuously. I like walking to the shops when it's sunny out. If it's windy out. If a bot if a bot, it's nice out today. If a if a typo. It's very nice answer de la la la, la la. We're getting there by train. Train because it's very cold out and I don't want to walk there. May May. I want to go to the beach but it's very cold and windy out. It isn't sunny out. If a if a torso palm, why? It's 21 for me. 35. 83j - let's recap - English to French: What we'll do now as a recap, translations to incorporate words and phrases that we learned in previous lessons. How do you say in French? I'm not going to the restaurant now, but I would like to go there later. Measurable momentum measure would arrive too early. Now have a total naive, a bad photo or bad Toto. Do you understand me? Ooh. Ooh. Or I'm going to the beach. Uva is quarter past 11. It's 70 Euros. Say Swanson detail. I'm choosing someone for the table, but it's difficult. Messy. Messy DVC. Yes, I'm going to Paris tomorrow. We we I prefer the red coat. My lunch is delicious. A Dennis you Monday. 36. 83k - let's recap - French to English: Now we'll do some French to English recap translations. Portuguese French sentences mean in English. Volatile. Volatile apostates melodically, wildly want to bring that with him. Valine, leucine j D1 to change it all the time. Vasculopathy sank minute. Minute. We can't take the tram because it left five minutes ago. D1 to D2. Say everything slowly. Not for me. Thank you. Wayne, about the man who wears the C side? Excuse. Excuse M1. Excuse me. I would like the bill, please. Just TO occupy. I'm not going to the beach. I'm too busy. How do you say car in French? Toussaint. I would like three coffees and teas, please. How much is all that? 37. 84a - weather (it was): Let's start this lesson with a quick recap of the words and phrases that we learned in the last lesson. How do you say in French? It's nice out. If a bot hot or warm. Show cold boot. In the month of Sony. Solely, windy. Do von. It's sunny out. You faithfully or irreducibly. It's windy out. If a driven or driven. In the last lesson, we learned that you used the phrase ill Fe to miss when you're talking about the weather? Well, if you wanted to talk about what the weather was like in the past, you can use this phrase, ill fuzzy, yield fuzzy. It means it was when you're talking about the weather. So it was a weather term is ill fuzzy. For example, IL-4. Il-5 is able means it was nice out. Oh, it was beautiful out. If as a literary means it was making. So when you're talking about the weather, what you actually say is it was making beautiful ill facebow. So in fuzzy bones, it was beautiful out. Show interfaces show it was hot out in physician in fuzzy foie, ill fuzzy for it was cold out. You only have to use il fuzzy in this way when you're talking about the weather. It is as something like Safeway. Then that would be it was cold when you're talking about something else, for example, your soup. So how would you say in French, it was nice out. Either, for example? It was nice out yesterday. It was yesterday. Yeah. 38. 84b - il faisait: How would you say in French? It was very hot out. It was cold out last week. Last month, Danielle? Danielle. It was cold out yesterday. It was nice out in England. Zai Bu Zai Bu. Along with that, it was cold out in front. It was sunny out yesterday. It was Sony in France. So Leon, France, solely on phones. When the last week. Duvall classmate Danielle, if fuzzy Duvall, last man, Danielle. Say you can use to mean it was only when you're referring to the weather. And you can put any of the adjectives and nouns that we learned in the last lesson after either fuzzy. So bot, show, etc, can all be placed as after. When you're talking about what the weather was like. 39. 84c - il y avait: Now, remember in the last lesson, I said that with two terms due solely and Duvall, you can either use IIFE or Ilia. Remember that Ilia literally means varies. We had il phase slowly, slowly. It will faithfully, meaning it's sunny out or Iliad, usually. Iliad usually it's sunny out or literary there is soon. Then we had ephedra von is fading home, which means it's windy out. Or you can say Iliad, the Iliad you von to mean it's windy out or literally varies wind. Well, you now know that for the past, Il Fe becomes EL, fuzzy. But what about the past of Ilia? Well, iliac vein ERV means there was easy IV. So the phrase Ilia literally means there was. So if you put du Soleil or after ERV, you're literally saying there was Sun or there was wind. But you can choose either ill fuzzy or Ilia VA, when you're talking about sun. And when they say you can either say it solely in fuzzy solely to mean it was sunny out or Ilia baby solely elevated Sali, which also means it was sunny out, but literally means there was Sun in fuzzy devo in phys ed, Yvonne. It was, it was windy out. Or you could say Ilia VAD von Ilia driven. It also means it was windy out or they're literally, it means there was wind. So how would you say in French, it was windy out? Or if it was sunny out? Slowly, il, fuzzy, so lame. Or you can say innovative solely in the survey du Soleil certificate with solely when you use it with IIFE or ill fuzzy, we say just solely. But when you use it with ilia or EDA, we have to say do solely. So we've had so far fuzzy, fuzzy, which means it was when referring to the weather. And ileum. Iliac means there was. 40. 84d - il y a ... à: The phrase Ilia, which means varies, can be used as an infinitive carrier. Remember, infinitives are words that end in ER, IR, or RE. Therefore, you can use Ilia to say such things as there is a lot to it. Oh, there is too much to do. The only catch is that if you want to use Ilia as an infinitive carrier, you have to put the little word that's a with an accent graph in front of the infinitive. Let me give you some examples. Ilya beaucoup affair, Ilia beaucoup affair. There is a lot to do. So we've got Ilia, which means berries. And we can put any infinitive after that. And we've got fair. But we have to put the word in front of the infinitive, Ilia, beaucoup affair. And the word beaucoup just spent beaucoup just means a lot. So there is a lot to do. Ilya beaucoup, fair? So we have to put the word in front of any infinitive that we use after the phrase Ilya. Ilya TO emoji, EDR TO emoji. It means there is too much. So again, we've got Ilia and then we using it as an infinitive carrier. So we can use the infinitive morgue. There is too much to eat, but we have to put the word in front of the infinitive, Ilia TO Mozi. Similarly, you can use iliac vein inning there was as an infinitive carrier. But again, you must pair it with the word. So if you want to use an infinitive after using EDI survey, you have to put the word in front of the infinitive. For example, Ilia, boo, boo of why. There was a lot to see. I have a book would person Ofwat beaucoup, their son of y. So it doesn't matter that there are other words after ERV and before the infinitive. You can place the infinitive anywhere after EFA in the sentence, but you always have to put the word in front of the infinitive. So ERV, beaucoup, persona. There were lots of people to see. So how would you say in French, there is a lot of food to eat? Ilya, emoji. There was a lot to do. 41. 84e - there is vs. there are: In this lesson so far, we've had il fuzzy, meaning it was when you're referring to the weather. Ilia VA, meaning there was. Then you can use Ilia as an infinitive carrier, but you have to use the word in front of the infinitive. Similarly, you can use ERA as an infinitive carrier. But again, you have to use the word in front of the infinitive. Now, just a quick note. In English, we have to change. There is two. There are, if you're talking about more than one thing, for example, there is one dog here, becomes there are when you're talking about more than one dog. So there are two dogs here. There is one dog here. There are two dogs here. Similarly, you have to change that was to the, were in English, if it's the plural. There was one person there and there were lots of people there. So there was when it's just one person, there was one person there. And there were when it's more than one person, there were lots of people there. In French, however, you always use Ilia to mean both. There is and there are. So it doesn't matter whether the noun that comes after is singular or plural. You always use Ilia, either in-person. Ilia. Person means there is one person. Iliad do person, either Dr. Sun, there are two people. You also use Ilia to mean both. There was and there were. So Ilia, in-person means there was one person and ilia do person. There were two people. Can mean there was or there were in person. If the person how would you say in French, there were two bottles of wine and there was one bottle of water. Hey, there is a chicken and there are two turkeys. Do down the EDR, do down. 42. 84f - there was vs. there were: How would you say in French, there is a cake to eat, then? There are three bottles of water to drink. Do DO. There were lots of shops to visit. You have a book would my exam, I visit the ED of a book would visit day. So in this lesson, we've had a little fuzzy. Fuzzy, which means it was when you're referring whether Ilia Ilia means there is or there are. The IV means there was or there were. Ilia. Ilia is when you're using varies as an infinitive carrier. They have in front of any infinitive. And ERV, which means there was, as an infinitive carrier, you put the word in front of the invasive. 43. 84g - let's practise - English to French: It's time now to practice what we've been learning in this lesson. I just am French. It was warmer yesterday, but today it's cold. In fuzzy. Show me show me it was windy out, but we went to the beach. In fuzzy D1 may neutrons LA and applies. It may know SMS LA or Minnesota late. Vd1 may know. There is a lot to finish. Uaa, UAG, UGA funnier. There wasn't much food to eat. I went to the cinema and there were lots of good films to watch. Cinema. Cinema, a book. There are lots of delicious wines to try at the restaurant. There was a lot to do yesterday, but it was cold out. I wanted to go to the beach but it was too cold. Male physique, TOEFL, there were three gunshots to visit. It was sunny out, but I stayed at home slowly. Slowly. 44. 84h - let's practise - French to English: Now let's do some reverse translations. What are these French sentences mean in English? You may, in fuzzy, sorry, if they do want or should we may easily. It's windy today, but yesterday it was sunny. Have a total of eight total noise. There was too much food to eat. They weren't enough shops to visit. Me. Zai Bu Tong. It was nice out, but that wasn't enough time. It was warm in Paris last week, but this week is cold on a spaniel and it anywhere may visit just easily on backbones on a Spaniard it anywhere may. Haifa. I went on holiday to Spain last year, but it was very cold. Jv team may have a diva. May I visited marine, but we didn't go to the beach because it was windy. Alone. Alone. It was sunny and London yesterday. There were five people at the restaurant. I visit. There were eight museums to visit. 45. 84i - let's recap - English to French: What we'll do now, some recap translations to incorporate words and phrases that we learned in previous lessons. How do you say in French? Are you going to hire call? Ooh. Ooh. Way. Oh, excuse me. How much is a bottle of wine here? Excuse. Excuse, excuse. In one, I would like a room with a balcony, please. In Shanghai combined conceivably plane. I'm not going to eat yesterday. It's extraordinary. As Marie finished everything at L2. Funny. How much is it for three months? I have this car in green. Are vivo. Vivo said, What? Are you going to Paris now? Ooh. Oh, it's quite difficult to understand French. See it as ABC with the compound Holofernes, C, dVc component or the Francais. So don't forget when you're talking about understanding a language, you always put the word in front of the language. So compounder means to understand French, literally to understand the French. But when you're talking about speaking a language, you don't need to say the word for the bi-layer is to speak French component or the iPhone SE is to understand friend. 46. 84j - let's recap - French to English: Now let's do some French to English recap translations. These French sentences mean in English, Du Bois. You're drinking a lot of wine tonight. I'm going to do it later. Say Tokyo, Hong Kong. I'm going to have some cheese later. Coupon. Coupon. Where you're going to have dinner tonight. How do I get to the chemists? Do you want to try this restaurant tomorrow? Unlikely. Likely. The key doesn't work. I would like the bill, please. I understand that. 47. 85a - I'm hot: Let's start this lesson with a quick recap of the words and phrases that we learned in last lesson. How do you say in French? It was when you're referring to the weather? In fuzzy. There is or there are Ilia, there was, or there were. Either have the, there is as an infinitive carrier. Ilya. Say put the word in front of the infinitives. There was as an infinitive carrier, Ilia, ERV. We've already learned that the word Shoah means hot. And you can use, use it with ill fame to talk about the weather being hot or warm. However, if you want to say I am out, the French have a slightly unusual way of doing this. They say DJ, show j. So j means I am hot. Literally, it means I have hot. So in French, if you want to say I am hot in the sense of there is too much heat and your sweltering. You literally say, I have hopped DJ show. If you said as you sweep show, which would be the obvious literal translation of IM hot, it can have a slightly sexual connotation. So always just say J shoe to mean I'm hot. Similarly, if you want to say, Are you hot, then you would ask, have you hot, which is ooh, ooh. So DJ show. Dj show means I'm hot. Literally, I have hot. Ooh, ooh, ooh. Are you hot? Literally means have you hot or lose. I won't show news. I won't show means we are hot, or literally we have hot. Actually, you'll start to notice, especially in this lesson, French use I have OJ a lot in places where we will tend to use IM. So how would you say in French, I'm hot? Jesu. How would you say I'm very hot? 48. 85b - I'm cold: How would you say in French? Can I open the window? Because I'm very hot. For this one, you will need to know the word for window, obviously, which is lab for next time. Left for Neta, spelled F, E N E with a circumflex accent, tea, laughing, EDTA, pascal, pressure. Pascals. So we've had a shoe, which means I'm hot, or literally I have hot. How would you ask in French? Are you hot? Ooh, ooh, ooh. Or U2? Show. To show. I can open the window if you're hot. You put a shoe or C2H2. C2h2. With fringe logic. Now in your head, you've probably realized that if you want to say, I'm cold, it's a little different too. You say in French, which obviously means I have cold for you use it to mean I am cold. So how would you say in French, I'm very cold. How do you think you'd say PA is cold? Alpha. Alpha. We aren't cold. So literally we don't have cold. 49. 85c - are you cold?: So we've had in this essence I, j, which means I'm hot, or literally I have hot. And Joi. Meaning I'm cold or literally I have cold. How would you ask in French? Are you cold? If your code, I can close the window. You prefer male Afinitor, laughing or Ofwat. See Buddha before. You prefer me, laugh and a time. I don't want to go to the beach. It's windy, I'm cold, cold. In fact, the von, if they do. Or HFA Site VS Code BPA is hot. Sophie. Sophie, I don't like eating ice cream and I'm cold. Or too hot or too cold. Ooh, ooh. Ooh. Ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh. 50. 85d - I'm hungry: Another word you would say I have with instead of I am in French, is hungry. So in English we say I am hungry. In French, you say J5, J4, which means I have hunger. But use it to mean I'm hungry. J, fun. And the word fun. You don't pronounce the M on the end is a nasal sound. So fun. So how would you say in French, Are you hungry? Fun, fun. Fun. Fun. I'm very hungry. I wanted to eat something. Shows. Shows. We are hungry. So in this lesson so far we've had DJ show, meaning I'm hot. Or literary means I have hot. Meaning I'm cold, or literally means I have cold. Which means I'm hungry. Although literally it means I have hunger. So how would you ask infringe on you hungry or UPA fun? If you're hungry, we have lots of food. C to C. Or C was having fun. 51. 85e - I'm thirsty: Here's another it means I'm thirsty. I have fist. So how did they infringe our UCSD? I'm very thirsty. I want to drink something. You've a bracket, close bracket. We are firstly, I'm not thirsty now, but I would like to take a bottle of water to the beach. Upon. T is perfect for when you're thirsty. Luh teh parfait, book onto as far as WAV or latte buffet, UGA, this WAF, latte EPA book homozygous dwarf. Although in this situation actually you could also say latte buffet on us suave for when one is firstly, because member when infringement talking about you in general news the word on 52. 85f - I'm scared: So in this lesson so far we've had DJ show, meaning I'm hot. Jfrog, meaning I'm cold. J far, meaning I'm hungry. And JCF, meaning I'm thirsty. Yet another j, where j? J. It means I'm scared. So how do you say I'm scared? Jpeg. So literally, JPEG means I have fear rather than I'm scared. How would you say I'm not scared? Marie and Pierre are scared. Are you scared? Oh, I'm always good. Why are you scared? Or Uber? Uber. 53. 85g - I'm scared of...: So in this lesson, we've been learning lots of words that use j, which means I have rather than I am like we do in English. Dj show means I'm hot. J4 means I'm cold. Gj fan means I'm hungry. J suave means I'm thirsty. And we've just seen j pair, which means I'm scared or literally I have fear. You can add the word do, DE to pair, and you get the JPEG, which means I'm scared of JPL. So how would you say infringe I'm scared of Pierre. Pierre. How would you say I'm scared of planes? Gpa. Gpa. These have young. So when you want to use do with a noun on the end, generally you have to use the word the as well. And that's why we say days of yarn in this sentence. Literally you're saying, I'm, I'm scared of the planes. Remember that? Plus LA makes du and the plus lay makes day. So you'll have things like Jaipur deserve young. G birthdays are young, which means I'm scared of planes. I'm scared of the planes. Zhi De Xiang Xin De Xiang means I'm scared of dogs or literally I'm scared of the dogs, but it's talking about dogs in general. So in French, JPL for the Shang means I'm scared of dogs. Or if you have a masculine noun, JPL, for my GPA will do for me. I'm scared of cheese, or literally I'm scared of the cheese. So how do you say in French, I'm scared of dogs. J, Birth of a Nation. The Shang. How do you think you'll say, I'm scared of cats? And the word for cat is C, H, a, T, G, G birthday. 54. 85h - what ... for?: In this lesson so far, we've had a show. I'm hot, I'm cold. Ji Feng, I'm hungry. Or I'm thirsty. I'm scared. And and JPL, I'm scared of. So how would you say in French, I'm scared of children. J, birthday's on phone. Days on phone. Are you scared of me? Or why are you scared of safety? Bell? The Sophie Sophie Sophie is scared of beds and the weight for beds is spelled a UX, UI, PF. This was x2, x1, x2. She isn't scared of beds. In Napa bell, this was in NOPAT belt is wazoo. Now, if you want to say something like, What are you scared of? French, you literally have to say of what are you scared to say of what you say, do qua, so do quad. Do quite as super means what are you scared of? The illegitimate means of what are you scared? Do quad. We will learn more about why this is in a later lesson. But for now, just know that the usual word for what, which is curve, becomes qua, when you place it after a preposition. And the word is a preposition. So if you want to say of the, of what you say, do. This is actually where the word comes from. Both the word qua, which means y, actually used to be two words, o, which means for what? In English, we can actually say why. What for? For example, why are you here? You could say, What are you here for? Why is he doing that? Because the English, What is he doing that for? Why are they there? In English gloss I say what are the therefore? In French, why and for what are both poor. And of what is dukkha? Is that how would you say in French, what are you scared of? Oh. 55. 85i - what are you scared of?: How does a infringe on a scatter of which literally means of what are they scared? How would you say what is heat ghetto. So we've had DJ show, meaning I'm hot. J4, I'm cold. I'm hungry. Or I'm thirsty. I'm scared. I'm scared of. And what are you scared of? In English? If you want to put a verb, affluent phrase, I'm scared of the verb has to be used in on the end. For example, I'm scared of flying, or I'm scared of going to friends, or I'm scared of doing the wrong thing. In French, however, you just use the genitive of the verb after the phrase GPL. Say you would say things like DNA on farms and farms. I'm scared of going to funds literary. I'm scared of sago to friends or JPEG and leaf ponce de ballet Francais. I'm scared of speaking French. And let's read, I'm scared to speak French. So how would you say in French? I'm scared of saying it. I'm not scared of doing that. 56. 85j - I'm right: How would you say in French? I'm scattered speaking French. Are you scared of doing that? As you build the FAFSA? As you build the first time, the children are scattered trying French viewed. This. Is Mary scared of driving. How do you say in French? I'm hot. I'm cold. I'm hungry, hungry. Ji Feng, I'm thirsty. I'm scared. I'm scared of. And what do you scatter off? Here's another J, J zone, a zone. It means I'm right. Literally means I have reason, but is used to mean I'm right. So how do you say I'm writing fringe? How would you say you are right? 57. 85k - I'm wrong: How would you say in French? We are right now. He's on he isn't right? I wonder if she's right. And here's your final for this lesson. It means I'm wrong. But again, literally means I have wrong. So how would you say in French, is running? Pf? Pf. Maria is wrong. You are not wrong. Do you? Nopat. To NOPAT DO. They aren't rung in impasto. Impasto. Now you can use any form of the verb Ofwat with all the words that we've been learning in this lesson. The verb means to have, let's have a quick recap of it in the present tense. So it means tough. J means I have 20, means you have ELA means he has. Lr, means she has news, our own means we have VUCA means you have an easy zone, means they have. So you can use any of those with the ways that we've been learning in this lesson. 58. 85l - practise with avoir: How would you say in French, I'm hot. Hot. She's cold. We are hungry. Hungry. Isn't found. Isn't found. Marie, is this D? St. I'm scared. I'm scared of children. Phone. Phone. He's right. We write it on Amazon. 59. 85m - forms of avoir: How would you say in French, they, Rome is on top, isn't all. Pa is wrong. Pf, PF atom. Remember that you can rearrange, edit form of F1 into the negative and also into a question. So in the positive you have vis-a-vis who's IV, you have. To make it negative. You put new AMPA around the verb and you get things like una VBA. Una VBA. Which means you don't have a positive question, or you have to do is invert the verb with the subject pronoun. Have a boo. Boo, do you have? And you can make negative question by putting in front and after any question. Now be Bupa. Bupa, meaning don't you have. So how would you say in French, I'm not hot. Ooh. Ooh. Ooh. Ooh. Ooh. Ooh. She isn't cold. On a cold. Is he hungry? Isn't he hungry? Is very thirsty. 60. 85n - recap: How would you say in French? Navy blue. I'm not scared. Are you scared of dogs? As you build a SHA-1 or is he right? On the right? Oh, they're not wrong. Bf at Utah. So in this lesson we've had to show meaning I'm hot. I'm cold. Ji Feng. I'm hungry. Or I'm thirsty. I'm scared. I'm scared of what are you scared of? Z reason. I'm right and I'm wrong. 61. 85o - let's practise - English to French: It's time now to practice what we've been learning in this lesson. How do you say in French? I can open the window if you are hot. Ooh, ooh, ooh. Ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh, that issue. How would you say were cold and the heating doesn't work? I'm very hungry, but I don't have any food and the food. A patent. A patent, or into a youth st K12 coffee. Cathy. Cathy. Or would have one coffee. Coffee. What do you scared of? I'm right, and you're wrong. A2. A2 or UGA veto. If I'm right, the restaurant closes at 09:00 PM. Cgi zone down avant they are new CGI zone. If you're wrong, they're going to be very unhappy. C2, C2. Malware. Malware. Malware. You hungry? Or UPA? I haven't teasing today and I'm very hungry now. Is you need a maintenance. Aj Typhon, Montana. 62. 85p - let's practise - French to English: Now let's have a go at doing some reverse translations. What do these French sentences mean in English? I'm scared of big dogs, but I'm not scared of small dogs. Maria scatter of cats. Is you pick one day in pizza. Pizza. She was having fun. I can order a pizza if you're hungry. Is she right? Eye to show how to show what? Are you hot or cold? It may be in face really. It's sunny out, but I'm cold today. Attuned potato. Potato. I'm thirsty. Do you have a bottle of water? Is on top. Is on top. They're wrong. I'm not scared, but I don't like spiders. 63. 85q - let's recap - English to French: What we'll do now some recap translations between cooperate words and phrases that we learned in previous lessons. How do you say in French? She isn't here? And go straight on and then take the second row on the left and a 22. I need to understand the English. Complete only PN. I've booked the table for a half past five, but I would like to change it to six o'clock, please. She has me. I'm sorry, but I'm too tired and I don't want to walk. Just we may even just be desolate. Major Suite agent. Which card do you hire? Can kill a two-way or kill bacteria have evolved way kilowatt, you have Ebola way. Can I pay it now? Hey man. It's €20 for two days. Or digital. For digital. We're going on holiday on the 20th of April. Moves along. News along. I'm here later. 64. 85r - let's recap - French to English: And now let's do some French to English recap translations. What do these friends and this is mean in English. Say to. Say, it's always here. How much is it for ten days? Vacuum. Vacuum. Are you going to take that with you? The second wave on the left and then the third row on the right. Late, well, it's on the totals are next to the bar. When do they want to eat? Usually. Usually view yeah. I saw her yesterday in Paris. And this one from speaking, it could also be I saw him yesterday in Paris. But in writing, the view has an e on the end. So it shows you that the L apostrophe stands for law, which is her Julie view, EF APA format. You prefer Laval, Gemara format, major, lava. I like the cheese, but I prefer the wine. I'm setting my car. Do you want to buy it? 65. 86a - I was hot: Let's start this lesson with a quick recap of the words and phrases we learned in the last lesson. Our design French, I'm hot. Issue. I'm cold. I'm hungry. Or I'm thirsty. J. Suave. I'm scared. I'm scared of what do you scared of? The U2 pair? I'm right. Jason. I'm wrong. Here's your first word for this lesson. Is you have a JV. It means I had or I used to have Gervais. You can use JV with any of the j ways to talk about the past. For example, Java. Java means I was hot. Jr vapor means I was scared. I was cold. You can also use it to simply mean I had, or I used to have. For example, you have a meson on fonts. You have a meson on pons. That means I used to have a house in front or I had a house in front. So how would you say in French? I was hot. Jv shoo, shoo. I was hungry. I had a car in front. I used to have a house in meson and Marcy. I used to have a lot of problems with the car. 66. 86b - I wasn't hot: How would you say in French? If I had the time, I would like to go to the beach. Cgv. Cgv. You can make JV negative in the usual way of putting it in front of the verb and after it. So means I didn't have. So how would you say in French? I didn't have the time. I didn't have enough time. I saved down. I wasn't cold. I wasn't hungry. I wasn't scared of the dogs. The Xiang, Xiang I was hungry. I didn't have any food. Do not forget that after a negative du. So sometimes the word for any is due or doula or day, but that's early and positive sentences. Negative sentences, the word for any or not any. 67. 86c - enough: How would you say in French, I wasn't wrong. I was right. We've had this next word before, but I just wanted to do a quick recap because it's very useful. As same as saying, it means enough assay. So we've had a say before, but you might remember that we've learned it had a couple of meanings. A coming quite. For example, they say difficile, set-aside difficile. It can also mean enough. Just remember though, that when it means enough and you want to put a noun on the end, you must use the word do in front of the noun. For example, I say Dang Zhong. I say down, Zhang means enough money. I say the tongue. The tongue means enough time. Literally what you're saying when you use the phrase assayed do is enough of something. So let's raise enough money and enough of time is how you say it in French are saved down zone. I say the tone. How would you say in French, I don't have enough sassy. Gene a plaza say, I didn't have enough money. You should now be bad. Have you brought enough money with you? Ooh. Ooh. Ooh. Ooh. I'm sorry, but I don't have enough time. 68. 86d - avoir in the imperfect tense: How would you say in French? I'm sorry, but I didn't have enough time. Just be desolate. May have EPA said the tongue. Is you Sweden only major Navi Piazza set the tone. So for I had you say JV. But what if you wanted to say something like he had or had? Well, let's conjugate Ofwat into the past tense. So JV, JV means I had to have a two. Means. You had elaborate. Elaborate means. He had LFA, L IV means she had most of young news IBM. We had was a VA vis-a-vis. You had and is a VAE is I've lovey, they had. Now, when you learn a conjugation is really only six different conjugations. So JV to have a and then elevate, elevate of the same conjugation. He and she. So he and she are always the same. Then news I've Young who's EVA and either way. But the word one hat on IV would be the same conjugation as ill and l he and she. Similarly, the word for they in the feminine L E, W, E, S, is the same as they are in the non-permanent ILS ill. So in survey and resurvey, both mean they had. But when you let the conjugation, you can really learn it just as six different conjugations. So JV, do you have a nosedive Young who's MBA and user v? And then for the heat and the xi, which is the third person singular, you can also conjugate the same for on, which is one, or any name PF, p-hat or Maria. Maria. So how would you say in French? Did you have enough? I have a GSA or he didn't have enough money. 69. 86e - recap: How would you say in French? Did they have enough time? I have a t As I say the tone. Tone. When you have a tooth. She was right. They were wrong. Is cold at the hotel or restaurant. I need to show it. You show or restaurant or UFO or restaurant. Ufo or historian. So in this lesson we've had assay as say, meaning enough or quiet. Forgave me. Want to put a noun after us? Say, you have to say as they do. Then GeV. Gev means I had to. You had ELA. Ela. He had a k l she had news IVR news of young. We had was a VA. Va. You had. And user v is a vein, means they had. 70. 86f - let's practise - English to French: It's time now to practice what we've been learning in this lesson. How do you say in French? What did you have to? Oh, ooh, ooh. He was wrong. I had enough money. You arrive at the restaurant is nearby. Do you have a high zone? A Pi DC. Dc. Or was he hungry? She was right. The food was absolutely perfect. Absolutely. Non-profit. Non-profit. I wasn't wrong, isn't it gets very warm today. If I was wrong, a PA wasn't there. We were hungry but we didn't eat because the food was terrible. May I wasn't cold but I wasn't hot. Ooh. Ooh. 71. 86g - let's practise - French to English: Now let's have a go at doing some French to English translations. Where do these friends sentences mean in English? Is that a shoe? They were hot in France because it was sunny out. I haven't brought enough money with me. Do you have enough money? I didn't have time. I didn't have a car in front. You've scared of her? She was very hungry because she didn't need much food. I was scared, but I was in Paris. What did they have? 72. 86h - let's recap - English to French: What we'll do now some recap translations to incorporate words and phrases we learned in previous lessons. How do you say in French? Did you try to find the two VPN at USAA or May I have the beef, please? Are you going to pay the bill? Vacuum for nine days? I think the field is perfect here. It straight on. It's going to be fantastic. Fantastic, fantastic. Everything is much bigger here. Today. Beaucoup plugin DC. Where would they like to go? 73. 86i - let's recap - French to English: Now let's do some French to English recount translations. What do these frame sentences mean in English? Essay. Are you trying some fringe few later? Take the first right on the right, and then turn right. You're staying at the same hotel is me. The restaurants here. Ooh. Ooh. My room. My room is smaller than mockers rim to it. I would like some peanuts. Are you going to spend the holidays here or abroad? Don't be shy. Is 82 euros. 74. 87a - I'm scared of...: Let's start this lesson with a quick recap of the words and phrases that we learned in the last lesson. How do you say in French enough? I see. I had you had in the informal singular. Do you have a he had she had an IV. We had you had in the singular formal or the plural. Who's EVA, and they had is IV. We've now learned a handful of words. That's the words that you would use j with infringe, even though we would use IM in English. So how would you say I am hot? Issue, Jie Shou. I am cold. I am hungry. I am thirsty. G, So F, G, So F, I am wrong. I am right. Jason. Jason. I am scared. Gpa. Gpa. And remember that you can put a on the end of pair to add a noun or a verb after it. For example, the Shang. And they shall means I'm scared of dogs. Do badly. The battery. I'm scared of speaking or delay. Delay. I'm scared of going or I'm scared to go. 75. 87b - I need : There are a few more words like that use J and then do. And the end of it. For example, j, one j because one, it means I need to do actually the j because one is the bit that means I need a means I have need BS1. And the word means of. So if you say j plus 1 du, literally it means I have need of, but you can use it to mean I need a verb or a noun on the end of n, on the end of it. So how would I need to go and need to eat something? Shows. Shows. I need the, need, the key. I need to find Murray because I have something for GB is one that holy Mary pass Qj Keiko shows per L j plus 1, the total basket GK co-transport hell. So JB is one Do it means I need my, you can change the J in JBS wonder to any form of the verb Ofwat to change the meaning of a sentence. So JBS wonder is I need, but we can put it into the past tense and say, javac bears wonder. Jbbs wonder means I needed. Or in an APA, bears wonder in NOPAT plus 1, do he doesn't need For you can ask the question. Do you need? So how would you say in French, what do you need to do? This? Wonderful, wonderful, wonderful. He didn't need to buy it. 76. 87c - besoin de: How would you say in French, why do they need to go until there's one delay? Where to go? Who is wonderfully, wonderfully. Now see if you can work out how to say this next sentence. You need to use the construction that we learned when we were talking about being scared. How do you need attributes? One, the quiet you Guzman or the Uber x1, x2 plus one. So let's say, when you say, what do you need in French, you have to say, what do you have need of? And remember, you can end the sentence with the word of infringe. So instead of saying, What do you have need of, you have to say of what do you need? Do. A tube is one or the Buber's one. How would you say what do they need? What did she need yesterday? What did you need to buy? Youtube is one caveat. 77. 87d - I fancy: How would you say in French, when do they need to leave? Until about here. Now here's another phrase, J. The J on v. It means I feel like or I fancy, but literally it means I have desire of J on V. And you can put any noun or a verb on the end of GMV to say what it is you fancy doing or what it is that you fencing. So how would you say in French, I fancy an ice cream. J on video and glass, J on V doing glass. So literally this means I have this desire of an ice cream during glass. I fancy going out tonight. I feel like going to the restaurant for dinner. J on V, home polygyny. Polygyny. He doesn't feel like going in Napa Valley. On VDD. She didn't feel like coming with us. 78. 87e - envie de: How would you say in French? Do you fancy eating here tonight? I to J at u or v? Or what do you fancy doing? Co2. Co2. Ooh. Ooh. I felt like eating something French. Do you fancy coming to the supermarket with me? At you? Do VGA or supermarket? Or who's on v? Superman share back more. I don't fancy that. You may pass on V, the sulla. Or you can say pass on V in the USA. A pylon veto saw. In speaking, the word do very often gets almost ignored. And notice here it's slightly touched on. So rather than a pass on the DSA, you'll hear people say Visa. Visa. So it's on visa service just touched upon in between on V on Visa. Visa. 79. 87f - I plan on: Remember when I said that, if you want to say, what do you need in French, you literally have to say of what do you need, the attributes one. So the U2 plus 1 means what do you need? Well, it's the same. If you want to say, what do you fancy? You literally have to say of what do you have desire or of what do you fancy? The COI at UMD, look at u and v. What do you fancy? So the du has to go to the beginning of the sentence. How would you say then, what do you fancy for dinner? Dna. The DNA or the IV, V, VI, polygyny. Polygyny. What did they find the same. The Fantasy VII. Here's another phrase. It means I have the intention of or I plan on Jaylen. And usually you put a verb after this phrase. So how would you say in French, I plan on leaving early gene and the bacteria to I have the intention of going with you. Jv Langton's Yuan dynasty of extra javelin tension that you have extra or JV land on stone. Dynamic woo, woo. 80. 87g - l'intention de: So in this lesson so far, we've had J, J plus 1 du, which means I need J on V, D, J on V. I feel like, or I fancy. And J Langton's yonder, Gilani Yonder, which means I have the intention of or I plan on. So how would you say in French, when do you plan on leaving? Ooh. We don't plan on staying here. Stacy. Stacy. I planned on going early. Land plants don't delete to delete to do you plan on going abroad. Lamp on Sunday? I do. Land. Or electrons. What do you plan on buying? Land? Co2 land concern dash d or GAVI BU lambda, dash d, KV Boolean concern dash d, skeletal remains. What do you have the intention of buying? 81. 87h - I have time to: How do you say in French? Where do they plan on going? Until does she plan on going to the shop today? We don't plan on paying the bill. New Nussbaum pylon been shown in the legislation. The law decision. Or on NOPAT land on legislation, on that land on stone, the bay that is C1. So we've had in this lesson so far, j plus 1 du, which means I need J on v du, which means I feel like or I fund scene. And j, which means I have the intention of all I plan on. Here's your next phrase in this lesson. J. J Latin. It means I have time to, to, or I have the time to do. And again, you can put any verb after this phrase, say what it is that you have time to do. So how would you say in French? I don't have the time to do it now. Is you Nate Peloton? Peloton do the Fairmont tunnel. Now, when the word means the and you have it in front and make do. But when the lemons it, then they don't join together. So in this sentence you've got a Peloton do not fair? And so in this sentence, means it, which means you don't contract the alerts make, do they stay as do is you need pilot Peloton, do the maintenance. 82. 87i - le temps de: How would you say in French? They have time to help me or do they have time to eat with us? Until until I didn't have the time to call Maria, say I don't have the time to stay. Peloton. Does he have time to speak with me? Did you have the time to buy something for me when you went to Paris? I have a tutor or a bullet. I'm sorry, but I didn't have enough time to do everything. 83. 87j - recap: How do you say in French? Do you have time to show me something? At the moment? He didn't have time to call me the MapOverlay. So in this lesson we've had J. J plus one, meaning I need all literary means. I have need, need of J on v du, J on veto. Meaning I feel like or I fantasy. Although literally it means I have desire of Zhongdu. J landmines yonder means I have the intention of I plan on. And gelatin. J means I have time to or I have the time to. Now, even though I've given you all the phrases in this lesson in the form of j. And then something due. As you know, they can all be used with any form of the verb. So you can learn the phrases in there infinitive form by replacing the j with a schwa if it makes it easier for you to remember. So we'd have Ofwat, BS1 do have this fondue, which means to need at home. We do have while on v du, which means to feel like also fantasy. Land on Xian Du, Bois, London Songdo, which means to plan on or to have the intention to do something. I've Letendre of what that means to have the time to do something. So they're all in the Ofwat form and you can change Ofwat into any of the forms that we've learned so far. So the present tense or the past tense. And you can use any of these phrases as infinitive carriers and put them into structures 13 to make your questions and sentences more varied. So have a go and see what you can come up with. 84. 87k - let's practise - English to French: It's time now to practice what we've been learning in this lesson. How do you say in French, I need to leave now? Where do you find eating later? Or what did they plan on doing tomorrow? Land can see on the failed demand, which literally means, what do they have the intention of Duo? I don't have the time to go with you because I'm very busy. Peloton title QP. Qp. Or a Peloton. Ooh. Ooh. Tight occupation. What do you need? Abby? Tube is one. Oop is one. Do. Oop is one. I didn't feel like waiting here. Did you need to speak with me? The Palaeozoic one. Oh, ooh. Ooh. I feel like going to the beach, but it's cold out. J on me if I plan on going early tomorrow. And Alito demand, we need to talk. 85. 87l - let's practise - French to English: Now let's do some reverse translations. Motor these French sentences mean in English, didn't you need to buy something at the supermarket? Is on Guzman, the Actium Antony, vascular tone is on booze one, the bathroom and vascular tone. They need to leave now because the train arrives at five PM. You just be tough, anti-gay. I don't feel like going to the shop up today. I'm too tired. I didn't plan on I'm going to say I don't have a tutor. Did you have the time to call PMI? On-time? On-time. I didn't need the car because I went to London on the train until what do they need for tomorrow? Who? I planned on arriving early on V, D J. I fund see the chicken today. Why do you find z? 86. 87m - let's recap - English to French: What we'll do now, awesome recap translations to incorporate words and phrases that we learned in previous lessons. How do you say in French, have I forgotten something? The chicken is absolutely delicious. It absolutely. Mondelez, you ask the waiter for some more water, please. Demand or sell their CO2, blame the amount due Monday to Monday, please. Would you born here in front or at it? I would like a room for one night, please. As you would blame. Which ones are you buying? Two. To o UI UX. Take the exit towards more say, and then go straight on. Today. I would like to go to the beach. I would like to dress. I've gone a bit mad or literary would say, I've become a bit mad. New UI. Ux. 87. 87n - let's recap - French to English: Now let's do some French to English recap translations. What do these sentences mean in English? 22 March, we are giving to the restaurant later. It will occupy your mind. Visit tomorrow. It's half-past seven. Naples Yellow Tail. She isn't that the hotel? I don't finish until next week. May say. I have to go by train, but it's quite expensive. The shop is on the left. What do you want to do tonight? Why did you change the reservation? That you ponder, what? Are you going to have breakfast here? 88. 88a - I was going: Let's start this lesson with a quick recap of the words and phrases will end in the last lesson. How do you say in French, I need GB is one. Do I feel like, oh, I fancy. J on vD? Do I have the intention of or I plan on Jaylen post on do I have the time to gelatin do to feel like or to fantasy on veto. To plan or to have the intention to London. To have the time to have, wow, look, don't do. A very useful word in French, which also happens to be an infinitive carrier is jelly. Jelly. It means I was going jelly. Say as I said, you can put any infinitive on the end of jelly to say what you were going to do. How would you say I was going to call? I wasn't going to see it. I was going to try it. How would you say I was going to funds GLA on farms? I wasn't going to Spain on a Spanner. Spanner. I was going to buy something for you or jelly UI. Ux. I was going to stay here tomorrow. 89. 88b - "aller" in the imperfect tense: How would you say in French? I was going to ask Murray to bring some wine with her. Jelly due Monday at the airport or the jelly due Monday. I'm sorry, that you can change to any person you like and say things like You're going go, they were doing. So I lay means to go. Jelly. Jelly means I was going to LA. To LA means you're going ill. Alle alle. He was going L LA, LA, LA. She was going on alle alle. One was going. Leon. Leon. We were going who's LEA? Who's LEA? You were going and easily is LA. They were going. And you can use all the different conjugations of Alley carriers in the structures that we've covered so far. In questions, just remember that you're going to have to invert them first. How would you say in French he was going to cone. We weren't going to stay here. How would you say they were going to come with us? Is a l'avenir how they can make new friends with you. What we're going to do. 90. 88c - practise with aller: How would you say in French, we began to eat at the restaurant but he was very busy. Mei Mei Ti. I was going to call me but he doesn't have the time. Now. May in May, I was going to buy an ice cream view, but I didn't have my card. Jellies or stay in glass patois. Measuring a pomegranate or jelly glass powerful. Imagine a pomegranate, jellies or stay in Glasgow who may. What we're going to do? Kelly. Kelly. Or can evoke emotion going to call why wouldn't you go into coal me 0? But I wasn't going to order it. But Peter told me that it was delicious. 91. 88d - lesson recap: How do you say in French, when was he going to leave? At a tea party, the Conservative Party? So in this lesson we've had jelly. Jelly, meaning I was going to LA, to LA, meaning you going Eli. Eli. He was giving allele. She was going Leon. Leon means we we going. Who's LEA? Who's LEA? You going and easily is Dalai, means they were going. And they're all infinitive carriers, which means you can put any verb onto the end of them to say what you were going to do. 92. 88e - let's practise - English to French: It's time now to practice what we've been learning in this lesson. How do you say in French what we're going to do? Or we began to eat at the hotel. Hello tail, tail. I was going to the restaurant when you saw me. Jelly, jelly. Jelly, jelly. We began to find, but now we're getting into Spain. Spanner news along on a Spaniard. Having to leave. She's going to call yesterday. She didn't have the time. In a peloton. It may be Peloton. Peloton. May be Peloton. Peloton. He was going to tell you something. Shoes. Shoes or Italy. Where are you going? To l2. L2. Or what were they going to buy at the supermarket? Can I do that? Why would you guys tell me, tell me chlamydia. Chlamydia. Chlamydia. Chlamydia. 93. 88f - let's practise - French to English: Now let's have a go at doing some reverse translations. What do these French sentences mean in English? Who? L2, l3, l2 hat on trauma. Where are we going to wait for Murray? At tomorrow or Monday in pizza? Pizza is uv. I was going to order a pizza, but now I'm going to order the chicken. Eternally policy, a memory less AAA me, Maria de QCD Davis year. He wasn't going to try it, but Marie said it was delicious. Back on Monday. Generic accommodated van. I wasn't going to order a bottle of wine on Espanol mcons. They were going to Spain on holiday. But now PR is L. We began to tell you tomorrow. I was going to do it later because I'm tired now. How is he going to pay the bill? Allele? She was going to spend two weeks abroad. 94. 88g - let's recap - English to French: What we'll do now, awesome, reverse translations to incorporate words and phrases we learned in previous lessons. How do you say in French? That is for her, not for you. Ooh. Ooh, or patois. Whereas the castle, I'm going to drink that. You have a blastula or a blastula. Are you trying some fringe field later? Sha-2. Sha-2. Oh, my lunches here. Adc. Who came with you? Okay. Ooh. Ooh. It's at quarter to two states that do you want to take that with you? Ooh, ooh. Ooh, ooh. I'm doing very well. Thank you. How are you? Ooh. Or you may type? If you may come over to you. I don't know how to do it. Can you help me? But you may Day or Junzi palette. 95. 88h - let's recap - French to English: Now let's do some French to English recap translations. How do you say the sentences in English? You would ride, you get your ketchup. I would like some tomato sauce and ketchup. That is absolutely delicious. See a type one? A type on the field here is very good. Shape. Are you going to PS house tonight? Fantastic. Fantastic. It's going to be fantastic. I lay ala, Ala, Ala. Go to the beach tomorrow is very beautiful way. Whereas the river, human demand base coming with us on holiday, cheer me. Mike and one smoke. I haven't eaten today, and I'm very hungry now. 96. 89a - I was able / I could: Let's start this lesson with a quick recap of the words and phrases that we learned in the last lesson. How do you say in French, I was going jelly. You will going in the singular, informal to LA. He was going allele. She was carrying allele. We were going loser Leon. You will going in the singular formal or the plural. Who's LEA. And they were going easily. Now, in the last lesson, we learned how to conjugate the verb I lay. And if you look at the conjugation in one go, I want you to focus on the endings. So we had jelly, cu LA, LA, LA, LA, lose a Leone Vasiliev and easily they end an AIS, AIS, AIT, ins, I-I said ai, e and t. Now the endings for this conjugation are the same as the endings used for the infinitive carriers in the third structure that we learned, these endings form a particular type of past-tense that all the infinity carriers use, and it's called the imperfect tense. Its name isn't important for now. All you need to know is that there is same endings. Ais, AIS, AIT, ins, i, e, e, and t can be used with any infinitive carrier to talk about the past. Have a look at this infinitive carrier. If you prove a and see if you can use it to conjugate through all the persons. So as you prove a means, I could or I was able to. So how would you say in French? I could see it. As you prove a Luftwaffe Lavoie. I could understand, Pierre. Is you prove a compound or PMF or PDF? I couldn't understand. Now let's see if you can use the imperfect tense endings to try and conjugate. You prove a in Jordan different persons. How would you say you could to prove a tuple? Or woo, woo yay. 97. 89b - entendre: How would you say in French? He could she could L. Bouvier. We could new Peruvian, new Peruvian. They could improve a. It'll prove a. So here's the imperfect conjugation of the verb. Means to be able to CSI approved. I could, or I was able to prove a cube purvey, you call it or he were able either prove a little purvey. He called or he was able LP LP. She code or she was able. Improving on proving one code or one was able? Nope. Nope. Of young new Peruvian. We could or we were able. Group of UAA, UAG, UGA, you code or you're able and improving it pavane, they could, or they were able. His useful verb in French, genre entendre, it means to here on tundra. So I would say in French, I couldn't hear Pierre. Movie pass on. Don't help. Yeah. Yeah. Could you hear me? A Dew entendre Buwei to Madonna or put a boom entendre. Pool. Now on tundra is a regular verb. So see if you can remember how to turn it into the past tense and say, I heard Marie, J, J on a Mac. So it's irregular verb meaning in the past tense, you change the EU in order to get the, the past participle. So entendre means to here and entendre means head. So J, Molly, I heard Marie. 98. 89c - practise with pouvoir: How would you say in French, did you hate me? Mature. Mature? Or maybe whoo. Maybe it wasn't told you. What did you hear? Or what do you hear? And the verb is regular in the present tense. Or company boo. Boo. Do you hear something? Did you hear about at you or I heard everything. J2. J2. I heard something in the room. He had everything. I heard you. 99. 89d - lesson recap: How would you say in French, what did they hear? Continues and continues on. For this next sentence, we have the word walked in the middle of a sentence, which if you remember, is sukha. So how would you say in French? I hope he didn't hear what I said. Did you hear what she said? So Kayla D oh, ooh. Good idea. I didn't hear what you said. So could you could you Eddie was IVD. Ivd. I don't know what you heard. Unisa two out on you. Juno say pass, Could you out on you? Or on you gonna say paths, you could do? So in this lesson, we've had entendre, meaning to here. Which means I could or I was able was able to prove a new code or you're able. He called or he was able. Lpa survey. She called. She was able. We could or we were able to PVA, you code you're able and improve a vehicle or they able. 100. 89e - let's practise - English to French: It's now time to practice what we've been learning in this lesson. How do you say in French? I couldn't CPM when I was at the restaurant. I'm sorry that I couldn't help him yesterday. Uipath. Uipath ED or desolate desert. I was going to speak French but I couldn't understand you. Jenny, valid measure to compound. Jelly pilot, major movie path or jelly polypharmacy. Polypharmacy major components. Do you know if they could understand when we spoke in English? Say to you, can use Amazon Polly are normally say to play or UX UI component. Normally. Could you hear Marine prove it? You prove it to you on tundra Mary. Mary. Mary. Did you hear Marie U2 entente at you want on your money? Oh. Did they hear you? Don t is 0. When he told you? I don't know if he heard me. See Mountain View, The Mountain Dew. What could you do in blue in Paris? 101. 89g - let's recap - English to French: What we'll do now, awesome recap translations to incorporate words and phrases that we learned in previous lessons. How do you say in French a bit more? Um, um, put glue. It takes at quarter past three. I'm Mrs. Sport, madame SBA. Are you selling the car? Won't you? Lava lava tubes. I would like to hire two cars. Hey Louie. Louie. As it's absolutely delicious. We sit epsilon delta v. Here. The journey takes an hour by the coach. Do you want to try some wine? Sha1, SHA2 van or SAD VLAN 10 right after the traffic lights. What windy fancy. Do Kelvin. Kelvin or decay. Okay. 102. 89h - let's recap - French to English: Now let's do some French to English recap translations. What do these friends sentences mean in English? Ala. Ala down. The chicken and turkey are delicious. He ate something 20 minutes ago. Openssl. Openssl. You are receiving a table, but it isn't necessary because it isn't very busy here today. Say 200 is a month. What's the restaurants address? Are you going to eat that? This is better because it has a swimming pool. Fantastic. Fantastic. It's going to be fantastic. What time are you going to Murray's House? Attribute. Attribute. Have you drunk?