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3 Minute French - Course 6 | Language lessons for beginners

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104 Lessons (6h 14m)
    • 1. 3 Minute French Course 6 introduction

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    • 2. 3 Minute French Lesson 45a

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    • 3. 3 Minute French Lesson 45b

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    • 4. 3 Minute French Lesson 45c

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    • 10. 3 Minute French Lesson 45i

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About This Class

Hello and welcome to “3 Minute French - Course 6” 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 and 5" 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 find course 7 on SkillShare too. 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

 

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

Transcripts

1. 3 Minute French Course 6 introduction: Bourgeois a B Avenue, Hello and welcome to three minute French course. Six. This course contains lessons 45 to 53 on DIT Follows on from course five. Just like before. You can work through this course in three minute chunks. Remember that if you keep your 30 time to just three minutes, you will maintain your enthusiasm for learning. French you're learning will become a daily habit that's easy to maintain, and you will remember new information much more easily. Before you start this course, make sure you're familiar with all the words and phrases. Relent in courses. 1234 and five as everything will be used throughout this course to, I hope you enjoy happy learning. 2. 3 Minute French Lesson 45a: 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 haven't or I didn't juniper. You haven't or you didn't to Napa. He hasn't or he didn't you know about? She hasn't or she didn't in Napa. Pierre hasn't or P. I didn't Pierre Napa. We haven't or we didn't No Una Bomba. They haven't or they didn't in number. Now we'll start this course by adding a little more to the past tense. Or, as it's probably known dramatically, the present perfect EMTs on. We're going to look at forming questions in the past tense. So in the last lesson, we learned that the past tent was made up off to parts. For example, J. Margie means I have eaten and it's made up off an auxiliary verb, J, which means I have, and then a past participle. Mongie, which means eaten ser Jay McGhee means I have eaten. Then we learned that we can make this negative by putting a new onda apart around the auxiliary verb. So it becomes juniper Muji, which means I haven't eaten, so that's simply made up off the negative auxiliary verb juniper, which means I haven't on again the past participle Mongie. But what about if you want to ask a question in the past tense? Well, it's pretty simple or you have to do is change the auxiliary verb around slightly. Let's have a look at an example question. Abbey vou Margie Abbey Boomers e means Have you eaten Aviva Mongie? We learned in the last course that vou avai over the V means you have Well, if you switch them around, we get have a view, which means have you so abbeyville Muji means have you eaten? It's made up off of evil, which is a question auxiliary verb. And it means have you and then the past participle Margie means eaten. So if I have a rule, means have you and all you have to do is put the past participle on the end to ask a question. How would you ask in French, Have you ordered have even common day of evil come Monday? So, as you can see, forming questions in the past in French is so far quite simple, or you need is the auxiliary verb in the question format. So every evil and then just like before you can put a past participle on the end of evil Gommendy. 3. 3 Minute French Lesson 45b: How would you ask In French. Have you eaten? Have evil machine, Aviva Mosey. Have you reserved? Aviva has LV. Every vote has LV. We've seen that Mousavi means you have. And now have a vu we know means have you and we have to do is swap around the auxiliary verb to make it into a question. So the war ave becomes available on the two words joined together with a hyphen. So that's why I have evil has a hyphen in the middle, and you can do the same to any off the auxiliaries. To turn them into their question versions or you have to do is switch them round. And it's called inverting the auxiliary verb. So inversion means to switch to words around. Let's have a look at another example. His own. His own means they have is, um, Well, if we switch the two words around if we invert, um, we get until on TV on, we join the two words together with a hyphen, and it means, have they until so, how would you say in French? Have they ordered until Monday on Monday? Have they eaten? 20 more G on T Margie have they reserved on Tito has RV on T that has everything. So we've seen Abby View means have you? And now, until we know means have they Well, let's have a look at all the auxiliary verbs in their question format. So on the screen now you can see a list off the auxiliary verbs that we've learned so far. Now let's turn them all into questions. So Jay means I have on Don't forget that Jay is a contraction off. Sure, which means I and A which means have so G if you invite them, we get Asia Asia. And so we switched the words around and we joined together with a hyphen. Asia means have I to our to our means you have. And if we switch them around and join them together with a hyphen, we get at you at two, which means have you at you. And don't forget that the two version is used in informal situations. So if you're talking to a friend, you would say at two you are means he has Well, this one is a little bit strange, because when we invert them, it becomes a teal, a teal, and so the letter t appears in the middle. We'll talk about this in a moment. Similarly, l R which means she has becomes a tell tale. So that t appears again. We'll finish off the list and then we look at the reason for this. PF huh? PM huh. Means Pierre has Andi the question version off. Pierre is actually Pierre at Deal Pierre A teal which literally means Pierre has he news at home? News of own means we have. And if we invite them, we get ever knew Avenue which means have we have all new was a we've already seen becomes of evil And we also know that is don't becomes until to mean half they so Asia at you A till a 10 Pierre A till have a new of evil on unseeded 4. 3 Minute French Lesson 45c: We've just seen all the auxiliary verbs in the question form Asia at you. I killed I attend P s A t V. I won't do have a view on until And so I said you might have noticed that when you invert illa and l are they gain a little tea. Well, this is purely to make the word sound nicer to French years, A Thiel and Attell meaning has he and has she sound modernizer to French ears than at eel onda at l that stop in the middle at eel and L is called a global stop on by the French Don't like that. And so where they can, they'll often put extra letters to make words sound nicer so a teal and at in rather than ill and ill. So that's the only reason you put a T in the middle. And so it's a deal, and the tea is surrounded by hyphens. Similarly, when you use a name like Pierre or Marie, you put the name first and then you put a teal or a tale afterwards, if you ask me a question, so has Pierre, is Pierre at Ill and has Marie is marry at 10. And then you comport any past participle on the end of that to ask a question, for example. Mari attend Muji means Has Marie eaten? Literally? Marie? Has she eaten? Pierre? A Tiffany means Has Pierre finished? Literally. It means Pierre. Has he finished? And so that's how you invert with names. You just put the name first, followed by a teal or a tell. So now we've seen all the auxiliary verbs in the question format. How would you say, Have I eaten Asia? More seem Asia. More Jeannie, Have you eaten at two? Margie? Oh, Aviva Muji. And so you would use at two more J in informal situations when you're speaking to one person. Or you would use abbeyville Margie in either formal situations or situations where you're speaking to more than one person. How would you ask? Has he eaten at Emoji? A team Reggie, Has she eaten? I tell Margie. I tell Margie. Has Pierre eaten P s a. T? Margie Pierre, A team orgy 5. 3 Minute French Lesson 45d: How would you ask In French. Has Marie eaten marry? Marry a 10 Muji. Have we eaten? I have on numerous ge have all new Margie Have they eaten until Muji on team orgy? How would you ask? Have I waited? Asia Asia do have you waited at you at on do? Or a review at on you and the s on the end off. Do you can liaise with the A at the start of at on you and it will be pronounced Views that on you. How would you ask? Has he waited? Attila told you. I see that on you. Has she waited a tale at on you? I take that on you. Has Pierre waited Pierre a t lot on you, Pierre Attila told you. Has Marie waited? Marry you Marry a telephone? You have We waited. Have all new at on you or you can liaise the s and it will be pronounced. IPhone news app on Do have they waited on t that on you on tears at all New. Have I finished? Asia? Feeney! Asia! Feeney, have you finished at you? Feeney, have a roof. Feeney, 6. 3 Minute French Lesson 45e: How would you ask in French. Has he finished a Tiffany until Feeney has she finished? Attell? Feeney, I tell Feeney. Has Pierre finished here until Feeney Pierre a Tiffany has Marie finished. Marry a 10. Feeney. Mary, I think Finney have we finished? Have a new feeney have a new fee name. Have they finished until Feeney on t if you need. So we've learned in this lesson the question versions off the auxiliary verbs in French on their basically the inverted versions off the same auxiliary verbs that we learned in the last course. So Asia means have I at you on de Avenue both mean have you and you use after in informal situations when you're speaking to one person and you would use a veeru informal situations where you're speaking to one person, or in any situation where you're speaking to more than one person, A Thiel means, has he. And don't forget, the T in the middle is just there to make it sound nicer. A tell means Has she Pierre material means has Pierre. And so literally it means Pierre has he. You can invert any name in the past tense by putting the name first on, then either a teal for masculine names or a tell for feminine names. So, Pierre, a till means has Pierre. But if you want to say, has Marie will say Marry a tell have on new means, have we? And until means half they on. Don't forget that whenever you invert the auxiliary verb, you have to join the two words together with ah, hyphen. And just to reiterate the word inverting or inversion is the grammatical term to switch to words around. 7. 3 Minute French Lesson 45f: It's time now to practice what we've learned in this lesson. How do you say in French? Have you order some wine? I've even accommodative. I've evil. Come Monday. Duvan, Have you reserved a table for tonight? Every war has ever um tablet Post a swat, have a has a rating tablet posters far. Has Marie finished everything? Marry at if you need to marry a delfini too. Has he seen the car at Villa? But you a TV Love what you have. We done everything for tomorrow. Have a new fe two podium on Have a new fate to put him on. Have they taken the tickets for the train? I wanted to really be ate all the time until pre Leiby April account. Have you made dinner? Have evil failure. Dinny have evil failure. Teeny! Has she lost key for the room? A telltale doula. Claypool A tale Pell Do likely Paula Sharma Has PS sold the house? Pierre A telephone euphemism. Pierre a telephone. Islamism. Have they chosen the wine on TV? Brasil around on TV. Crazy love, huh? 8. 3 Minute French Lesson 45g: Now let's have a go at doing some reverse transitions. What do these friend sentences mean in English? Is you blinking? Car shows Asia Bubbly, aching tissues. Have I forgotten something? Clothes. Attila partake in the show's polluted Ginny Clodagh Till a particle, cautious politician E. Has clawed. Brought something for lunch on TV, on you Like what you on TV? Have they sold the car at the usual zika crucial down terrorism? A TV show? Has he chosen anything interesting at you? Funny, the lady said. Tell at you. Funny, the lady said. Tell, Have you finished? It's five PM and so in French. In that sentence we've said D set air, which literally means 17 oclock or 5 p.m. Have a new plea like Lady Pierre have on nuclear likely to appear. Have we taken PS key at your feet too, at your fate too. Have you done everything on TV? Serfin? Once it reviews of feeling Have you seen this film? A tale Brew coffee? I tell you Really coffee. Has she drink the coffee? Every visibly ate a passport, Every view, clearly Passport. Have you forgotten the passports? So in this last sentence, the S on the end of rule can liaise with the over a start off early so you can say every visibly oh review. So it is optional, but usually you will hear people the A's s with the area so visibly a passport. 9. 3 Minute French Lesson 45h: What we'll do now are some recap translations to incorporate words and phrases that we learned in previous lessons. How do you say in French? I don't have the tickets with me, Johnny Pahlevi Ever more is you need polities of it more. Is it very far from here? Excuse secretly. Want easy excuse it. Want easy. Is it possible for me to try the wine? Excuse me. Proceed From what they say you're wrong because they perceived from what they say live on. Excuse me. There's no television in my room. Excuse me. More in Europe. Agitated. Busy on the machine Excuse me more in your positivity enormous tshamba. There are always lots of things to see in Paris, in the studio Baku The show's avoir apart to show what you want to buy for breakfast tomorrow. Could you live with that staple? A pretty Kogenate amount. We live with our state poorly. Pretty Dejan edema. I'm going to do that tomorrow. Or you could say Juve fell Satin demon. Do you have any postcards off the city? I reviewed the catapult Stallion of Ill Review The cat postal delivery. Where are the souvenirs? I would like to buy something from Marseille. For my mom, it was only souvenir You've taken whose only souvenir you've taken There is a good restaurant here. Yeah, I'm boys The Holy See Ilia and boys Don t c said the t on the end off esta home you can pronounce if you liaise it with the I at the start of the sea. I'm both esta haunted. See, We don't have to say you could say I'm bonkers The home sec 10. 3 Minute French Lesson 45i: Now let's do some French to English recap. Translations. What do these friends sentences mean in English? Delia In television, LaShawn May topped it. Yulia in television. All a sham from a poem. We talked it. There is a television in the room, but I think it's too small. And so in this sentence, we've said Ellie Tor Petite, which literally means she is too small because in French, all objects don't forget or either masculine or feminine. And if you're referring to a feminine object instead of saying it is too small, you have to say she is too small, referring to the television. And so the word pretty, which means small, also needs made feminine. And that's why it's pretty eked. L. A. Top it it literally. She is too small, but it's referring to the television. So in English, we say it is too small. What does this sentence mean? Ilia and Superman shape I. D. C Ilya and supermarket shape I. D. C. There is a supermarket near here. Kia Till affair a larochelle produce men Kia till affair a larochelle Policemen, what is there to do in La Rochelle for two weeks? Jae hyun sell a arm Freyre j une circuit Unfair. I have a sister and a brother where you could also translate it as I have one sister and one brother. John a Pat John A Pat Koo's. Um I don't have any questions. Sat City Village, Mercy Society, Venice. Here, Maxie. That was delicious. Thank you. James J. C. Ear is a common L A Park J. Moore J C Yeah. A G common villa park. I ate here yesterday and I ordered the pork. I believe a common element shows. Come on, believe in common day. Do you want to order the same thing as me is a happy unca and Wim Jetta Bianco and William . I've caught another cold. Marry 80 Melodia is you sweet Mlada Judy, Marry 80. Melodia is your sweet malady. Marie was ill yesterday, and I am ill today. 11. 3 Minute French Lesson 45.5a: Here's just a little half lesson to talk about a problem that might arise when you're speaking in the past in question forms in French, the phrase of a boom org of evil Margie is made off the question auxiliary verb. So have evil. Which means have you on the past participle more G, which means eaten. Therefore, Aviva, Margie means have you eaten. However, in English, there are two different ways to talk about the past tense in question forms. Abbeyville. More G can be translated either. As have you eaten. Oh, as did you eat. So there are two ways in English. Thankfully, in French, there's only one version. Therefore, no matter whether you want to say, have you eaten or did you eat? It's always just a vevo Margie in French. How would you say in French? Have I eaten Asia? Mosey Asia, Margie. Did I eat Asia? Morzine. So it's the same Asia Muji could mean. Have I eaten or did I? How did you say, Have you eaten at two Muji who have even more? Did you eat at human Gene? We'll have even more. Has he eaten a team orange A A team. McGee did he eat? Attila Mong? That's emoji. Has she eaten? I tell Margie. I tell Margie. Did she eat a Tell McGee. I tell Margie. Has Pierre eaten PM A teen movie? Pierre at Emoji, The P a Pierre at Emoji Pierre Attila McGee. Has Marie eaten marry at a movie? Murray Did Marie eat Murray? Marie? Have we eaten? Have on New machine Have a new movie? 12. 3 Minute French Lesson 45.5b: How would you ask? In French. Did we eat? Have all new mosey I have on numerous e Have they eaten until Margie? 20 more g. Did they eat until Margie on team or J? Have I waited Asia on you? A Japanese? Did I wait? Asia Asia on Do have you waited at you at on you? Oh, a review at on you. Did you wait at you at on you? I have a bruise That on you. Has he waited? Attila told you at that on you. Did he wait at a lot on you? A t lot on you? Has she waited? I tell it on you. I take that on Do. Did she wait? I tell it on you. I tell that on you. Has P. I waited. Pierre. I t that on you, Pierre. I t that on you. Did P I Wait p a r t that on you. P s a t that on you. Has Marie waited? Marry a Tell it on you, Marie, I tell you. Did Marie wait marry you? Marry you? Have we waited? I have a new out on you. I don't know that on you. Did we wait Avenues that on Do have all new at on You have They waited until a Tony on tears That on you Did they wait on t let on you on t Is that on you? 13. 3 Minute French Lesson 45.5c: How would you say in French? Have I finished? And you, Asia? Honey, did I finish Asia? Honey is your feeling. Have you finished at Tiffany? Oh, have a boo Feeney. Did you finish at you, Feeney? Or every Feeney has he finished? Until Finney. Until Feeney. Did he finish a till Feeney until Finney Has she finished? I tell Feeney I tell Finney. Did she finish? That's it for me. Attell. Feeney, Has Pierre finished? Pierre until Feeney P s a T Feeney. Did Pierre finish Pierre Hotel Feeney, PR battle. Feeney, has Marie finished? Marry a Delfini. Maria Delfini. Did Marie finish Maria, Tell Feeney. Maria, tell Feeney. Have we finished? Have a new Feeney have a new Feeney. Did we finish? Have a new Feeney have a new Feeney. Have they finished until Feeney? Until Feeney, Did they finish until Feeney? Until a few Me. Have you reserved a table at your house over here in tablet Or have even has Alvin Taboo. Did you reserve a table at you? A lot of even tabler Or have even has a very tablet. Have you brought P A with you? Do you about a PR Victoria or a review apart a p A. Huh? So a victoire is the informal way of saying with you. Whereas havoc, vu is the formal or the plural Way off saying with you How would you ask? Did you bring p A with you at you about a PR victoire or review apart AP a havoc food? 14. 3 Minute French Lesson 45.5d: How would you ask in French? Have you gotten at you? Nobly A or every booby We Kenly athe s on the end of the room with the over a start of nuclear. And you get every visibly eight. How would you say? Did you forget to be every visibly a Have you chosen at two schweddy Have a bourgeoisie? Did you choose at to shreds? E have a bush ready. Have you finished at you? Feeney? Every Ruffini did you finish at you? Funny Abbeyville Feeney, have you lost the car at your peril? Neulevel true. Have a view held you, haven't you? Did you lose the car at your peril? New level two have a group. L do, Haven't you? Have you sold the car at your own? You haven't you? Every move on the lavatory. Did you sell the call at you? Only have a cheer. Have a move on. You have to have you drink any wine at you. You do down have even be duvan. Did you drink any wine at you? You do know Have evil would be Do that. Have you done everything at your feet too? Have a buffet too? Did you do everything at your feet, too. Have a buffet, too. Let me just point out here the difference between the pronunciation off to meaning you and to meaning everything. There's a slight difference. So, too, it's a slight difference in the new sound. So where it's just t u. It's pronounced too. And when it's t o u T, it's pronounced too to to so at to faith too. How would you ask? Have you seen Pierre at two rupiah? VPs. Did you see Pierre at U V. P s have a movie, Pierre. And so here the difference between appreciation off full spelt vio us and vou spelt V you is the same as the difference between appreciation off two on two. So vou v. O U s and then Voo voo Okay, so the word view spelt v u crimes with two. Do you view too? Whereas vou spelt vio us rhymes with two t o ut meaning everything. So do to if you to How would you say Have you taken the key at you Pre likely every rupee likely Did you take the key at you? Pretty likely a review pre likely Have you learned at you happy? Have a view that pre did you learn at your prey? Everybody? That plea have you understood at you complete have even complete. Did you understand? At to complete have even complete. 15. 3 Minute French Lesson 46a: 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? Have I or did I Asia have you? Or did you at two or every room, depending on whom are speaking to? Has he or did he a till? Has she or did she? A tale has Pierre Or did Pierre Pierre have we? Or did we? I don't know. Have they all? Did they on tier in this lesson will add a little more to the past tense on. We'll look at negative questions in the past tense. A few lessons ago, we learned how the past tense was formed. It's made up of two parts. For example, J. McGee, which means I have eaten, is made up of the word J, which is an auxiliary verb, meaning I have, and Muji, which is a past participle. And this word means eaten. We then learn how to make it negative. We have to do is put a note in front of the A and a power after it. And so we get something like is unique about Muji. I haven't eaten so the juniper part is the negative auxiliary verb, and then more J is the past participle. And then we learned how to put it into a question. Abou Mongie means Have you eaten on? It's made up off every rule, which is a question, Or is the reverb meaning? Have you and then the past participle, more G, which means eaten in this lesson. We're going to learn how to make it into a negative question. And here's an example. Knave Evil Pamela Gee, Navy blue Pamela G. It means, haven't you eaten Neveu? Pamela G. And it's made up off Navid Bouba, which is the negative question Orkla reverb. And it means, haven't you? And then more J is the past participle meaning eaten. So Navid Bouba means, haven't you? And all you have to do is put a past participle on the end of that. How would you say then? Haven't you ordered? Never even pack common d never go back on Monday. Haven't you eaten? No group 16. 3 Minute French Lesson 46b: How would you ask In French. Haven't you reserved a table? No. Ive oupa has ever even taboo. Never even packet of Aaron tableau. So we have to do to make a negative. A question in the past tense in French is take the question auxiliary verb. Put an end apostrophe in front of it and power after it. And then you comport the past participle in the end. So we've seen that Abby rule, which means have you becomes Navid Gupta and this means, haven't you? You can do the same toe any off the question of Hillary's to make them into negative question versions, for example, until means have they? Well, no. Until power? No, until power means, haven't they? So how would you ask? In French? Haven't they ordered 19 back on Monday? 19 back on Monday? Haven't they eaten until Tom O. J. Until Pamela Z. Haven't they reserved a table 19 batters over even tablet? No till Packers have a tablet. Let's have a look at all the auxiliary verbs in the negative question from So Asia means have I Nature pa means, haven't I at you? Meaning have you becomes natural, which means haven't you a till means. Has he? Whereas natural power means, hasn't he? Similarly a tale means, has she So, Natalie Far means, hasn't she? Pierre Gattine was as Pierre Pierre nattily means hasn't Pierre. So you put the apostrophe in front off. Just the a teal part. The Pierre goes at the very, very front. So Pierre, not Ilta. And you can do this with any name Marie Nataliya would be. Hasn't Marie Avenue was have we so never new power means. Haven't we have evil means, Have you? Which means now, Viva papa means, haven't you, Andi? Until means have they so in Until power means, haven't they? How would you say then? Haven't I eaten? No niche, Pamela G. Haven't you eaten? Not you, Pamela. Gee, hasn't he eaten? Natalie? Pamela G. Not till tomorrow, G 17. 3 Minute French Lesson 46c: How would you ask In French. Hasn't she eaten nothing? Nothing. Pamela G hasn't. Pierre eaten PM Metin Emoji Pierre 19 Pamela Gee, hasn't Marie eaten? Marie? Haven't we eaten? Never knew Pamela G Never knew. Pamela. Gee, haven't they eaten? Monty Muji Monty! Tom O J Haven't I waited? I need you back out on you Nature Pass it on to you have a new waited that you pass it on you or never do. Hasn't he waited? Not pass it on to you Not till pass it on to you, Hasn't she waited? Nothing bad out on you, Not pass it on to you Hasn't p a weighted Pierre? Not you, Pierre. Nothing on you. Hasn't Marie waited? Marry Natalie out on you? Marry, Not pass it on to you. Haven't we waited? Never knew. Pass it on to you. No one knew. Pass it on to you. Haven't they waited 19. Pass it on to you. No. Until pass it on to you. Haven't I finished? Nature Khalfani Nature Khalfani 18. 3 Minute French Lesson 46d: How would you ask In French? Haven't you finished? Not your caffeine E or Nevo pas. Fini, Hasn't he finished? Natalie Feeney? No, Till Palffy Me? Hasn't she finished Nothing. Caffeine e metal, caffeine e Hasn't Pierre finished? Pierre? Nothing. Khalfani Pierre, not caffeine. E Hasn't Marie finished marrying a little caffeine? E Mary mattered Khalfani. Haven't we finished? Never knew caffeine E never knew. Papini, Haven't they finished Monty Ruffini? No, Until Path Feeney. So in this lesson, we've learned how to form the negative question. Past tense we have to do is make the auxiliary verb into a negative question. And then you can put the past participle onto the end of that. So we've had nature bar, which means, haven't I? Nah. CIPA or Navid Bouba both mean, haven't you? You use natural Papa. When you're speaking to one person, you know very well so it's the singular informal version. And then you can use Navy Bouba when you want to be more formal or when you're talking to a group people. So it's the formal singular or the plural version, not Ilta means, hasn't he now tell Papa, hasn't she? Pierre Matilda means hasn't Pierre, but you can replace Pierre with any name. If it's a female name, then instead of natty LBA, you would have to say not help. Never knew. Power means, haven't we? And then non TBA means, haven't they? And you comport any past participle under the end of any of those to make a negative question in the past tense in French. 19. 3 Minute French Lesson 46e: It's time now to practice what we've learned in this lesson. How do you say in French? Haven't they chosen 19 fash crazy until factuality. Haven't we finished? Not all new Papini never knew. Papini hasn't Marie called Marinatto happily? Marie, Haven't you eaten today? No. Oh, not you, Pamela. Haven't you tried? The orange juice is delicious. Not even close to the heart. Not you Possess a You lose. You go home later this year. So in this sentence, we have to say l a day this year because referring to the orange juice and the orange juice is a masculine noun, or rather than where juice is Liuzhou Dawn, the juice of orange. And so in French. You refer to it as he rather than it. So you say he is delicious. L a day this year, whereas in English we say it is delicious. And that's because in French every noun has agenda. It's either masculine or feminine. And if you refer to a masculine object, you refer to it as he eel. And if you refer to a feminine object, you refer to it as she. L so in English, referring to the orange juice we say it is delicious, but in French, you say L a Dallas, you How would you ask? Hasn't he ordered any red wine? Natalie Paco Monday Devil whose Natalie back on Monday devour holes. And so in this sentence we have do van holes rather than do Van whose because its a negative sentence. And in French when you have a negative sentence, the word for any is just do not attack on Monday. Dieu values. How would you ask? Hasn't she told Pierre? Nothing bad it appear nothing paddy appear. And so in this sentence, the word here doesn't mean anything in English. But literally it means to Pierre. Hasn't she told to Pierre? And you can liaise the t on the end off the word d with the A so natural Paddy Tapia Hasn't Michelle seen this film mission that will produce the film? Michelle Nottil produced the film. So the name Michelle in French with one l is a man's name, whereas with a double l in an e On the end is a woman's name. So Michelle Natalie Proview's Affin haven't made paid the bill Not a puppy love No until Papa Lady soon Haven't we hired the call for two weeks. Novel, New Pal Way Love at your Policemen. Never knew, pal. Well, about your produce men. 20. 3 Minute French Lesson 46f: Now let's have a go at doing some reverse translations. What do these French sentences mean in English? *** Pass apostate to the more nature possible today to the like more. Haven't I brought everything with me? Nothing popularly Matal Peppery. Really? Hasn't he taken the milk? Never knew Pepito. No new Pepito. Haven't we paid for everything? Neveu Pattern of a tablet post a sua or not you positively in tablet process were Haven't you reserved a table for tonight? Sophie Nadal. Paparelli Eric Pierre Sophie Nothing properly. Eric Pierre hasn't. So if he's spoken with Pierre until Pramoj too. Until Pramoj too. Haven't they eat and everything? Nuttall Patrick Villa Klippel A Sharmba Nuttall Patrick Likely Palash. Hasn't she found the key for the room? Nothing. Peple newly passport? No, Till popular. Really? Passport? Hasn't he lost the passports? Never knew. Pass apostate hole. Never knew. Pass a potato! Haven't we brought too much? No! Viva Papa! Saprissa! Oh, not you better! Please. Haven't you learned that 21. 3 Minute French Lesson 46g: What we'll do now are some recap translations to incorporate words and phrases that we learned in previous lessons. How do you say in French? Can I buy the same thing as Hugo Pre GST Lemon short Cuba Excuse me. How much is it for two nights? Excuse him one. Stay calm. Young Ordinary Excuse me more say commune. Pordenone, take the exit towards Marseille at the Roundabout. Penelas off TV and stay home. Putting us off TV, I must say or form These carrots are absolutely terrible Steak A hot since absolute Monta hablar sake. I hope some types of your military blue I've caught a cold again J at happy uncle and Room J atop Bianca on whom I'm not going to hire a car because the boss is always very good legend. Apolo, we invite your Paschal abuse A to your tailbone. John Vape alleyway in virtue Pascal abuse a to je I'm going to try something French today. Jesus said you can go Showalter Francais Or should be Jesus a concussion. Estefan stays or your baby. I would like a bigger television because this television is too small for me. Drivel dries, including homes, television. Pascoe said television a top it'd for more. Did you vote raising include going on television? Pastor said Television a top it'd for more. Where is the train station? Well, ago. Well ago. I would like a room with a balcony, please. With razor sharp that they can. Val, Conceivably, you would razor sharp Campbell conceivably. 22. 3 Minute French Lesson 46h: Now let's do some French to English Recap. Translations. What do these French sentences mean in English? Lujan EEC A. To your timer may say Aussie Trecia Lujan. EEC it to your Cramer Mason Tosi pressure. The lunch here is always very good, but it's also very expensive. You just so fast on my shop on the mash Lucio fax machine on the mash, the heating and my room doesn't work. I do. You would do the photo I would like to return to gets to Marseille. Landry Estilo 10 Avon Through the shop downtown. Let's rest a hotel, A van filled downtown. The hotel's address is 20 through the Chantal Appreciate what do calf easy would be appreciate. Do Cafe See you play. Can I have two coffees? Please See? Sank a whole Bassam in. They sank the whole pass min. It's five euros per week. Jim Lava, whose major propeller? Bamboo Jim Lava, whose measure? Professor Liu bomb blow. I like the red wine, but I prefer the white wine is you've with like a car shows and then people go home. You would think a quiz shows and dump it. You go home. I would like something a bit bigger. Please. Ishijima has a vast conceivably support. 12 months. Sean has a plea support. 12 paths on mental. Can I change my reservation, please? It's for three people now. Jay has a in showing purport 20. Jay has ave in Sharm Airport 20. I've booked a room for three nights. 23. 3 Minute French Lesson 46.5a: Now, this is just another one of those quick lessons to talk about yet another little problem that exists in English more than infringe. So we've been looking at negative questions in the past in French. An example of this is Navid Obama G. Which means haven't you eaten and it's made up off a negative auxiliary verb Navid grouper and a past participle. Margie, Haven't you eaten? However, in English, the phrase Neveu Pamela G can mean two different things. You could translate it as haven't you eaten, but it can also be translated as didn't you eat? So there are two ways to say it in English. However, luckily, there's only one way to say it in French. So whether you want to say, haven't you eaten or didn't you eat? You always say navigable Pamela G in French. So how would you say in French? Haven't I eat everything nature? Pramoj too. *** Pramoj too. Didn't I eat everything Nature Pamela J two nature Pramoj too. Haven't you eaten? Not you, Pamela G Never poop emoji. Didn't you eat? Not to Pamela G. Never poop emoji. Hasn't he eaten nattily emoji natural. Pamela G. Didn't he eat no till Pamela G. No, Till Pamela Z. Hasn't she eaten? No. Till emoji? No. Didn't she eat nothing? Family? Gee, nothing. Hasn't Pierre eaten Pierre PN until emoji didn't p eight p. M at the emoji PM Matile emoji. 24. 3 Minute French Lesson 46.5b: How would you say in French? Hasn't Marie eaten marry? Not Alabama. Gee, Marie, Didn't Marie eat? Marie? Haven't we beaten Nevil? New Pam Aji Never knew Pamela J. Didn't we eat novel? New Pamela G. Never knew Pamela G. Haven't they eaten? Auntie Pamela G 19. Pamela G. Didn't they eat 90 Family ge 90. Pamela G. Haven't I waited. Did you do Major pass out on you, didn't I wait, Major. Bad out on you, Major. Past due. Haven't you waited? You could even say not. You pass out on you if you're speaking to one person or Navid will pass it on to you. If you're speaking to one person, you don't know or group people. Didn't you wait? Not you. Pass it on to you or never do. Hasn't he waited? Not pass it on to you, Not pass it on to you, didn't he? Wait, Natalie, pass it on you. Not till pass it on to you. Hasn't she waited? Nothing about that on you. Not bad it on you. 25. 3 Minute French Lesson 46.5c: How would you say in French? Didn't she wait? Nothing. Pass it on to you. Nothing will pass it on to you. Hasn't p a weighted? Yeah, that'll pass it on to you PM That'll pass out on new Didn't p I wait. Yeah, I do. Pierre Matile Hasn't Marie waited? Marry Natalie Ballot on you, Marry Not pass it on to you didn't. Mary, wait Matthey! Natalie, Pass it on to you Marry Haven't we waited? Never knew. Pass it on You never knew Pass out on new, didn't we? Wait? Never knew Pass it on to you I never knew about that on you haven't they waited? No Until pass it on to you Montiel, Pass it on to you, didn't they? Wait No Until pass out on New Montilla, pass it on to you. Haven't I finished everything Major Papini to nature. Papini to. Didn't I finish? Major Palffy. Najma Feeney, Haven't you finished? Naturopath? Feeney? Oh no! Any 26. 3 Minute French Lesson 46.5d: How would you say in French? Didn't you finish? Not your caffeine E or Nevo pas Fini? Hasn't he finished? Natalie Caffeine E Natalie Caffeine e Didn't he finish? Natalie Caffeine E Natalie Khalfani. Hasn't she finished? Nothing. Caffeine, e nothing. Khalfani hasn't Pierre finished? Beer Matic Caffeine e Pierre Not impact Feeney. I didn't BF finish pm until Khalfani Pierre noted Ruffini hasn't Marie finished? Marry metal Ruffini Marina Del Fini. Didn't Marie finish marry me? Murray, not Feeney. Haven't we finished? Never knew Papini now a new path. Feeney, Didn't we finish? Never knew. Papini never knew. Papini. Haven't they finished Until Papini? Not till path Feeney. 27. 3 Minute French Lesson 46.5e: How would you say in French? Didn't may finish? No. Until caffeine e not the caffeine e. Haven't you reserved a table? Not your power has out there in tabular or never evil packed reservation tablet. Didn't you reserve a table? Not you Passes away in tablet Neveu. Packets of even tab have a new broad. Pierre with you Machuka apart. Kpfa victoire Who? Navid Group as a Porta Pia Havoc room. So when it's talking to somebody that you know very well and you use the to form the word for with you is a victoire. So not to pass a porta Pia A Vectra. But then when you're using the formal version of you or the plural version of you, you say avec Vue So Navid group as apart ap a havoc food. How would you ask? Didn't you bring p A with you? And that you pass up off a PR victoire? No group has about a PR. Haven't you forgotten? Not you possibly never even possibly Didn't you forget? Not you Possibly. Now people possibly Haven't you chosen? Not your passion. Easy, Nevil Pasha, etc. Didn't you choose? Not your passion. Busy Navy Blue Pasha! Easy! Haven't you finished, Naturopath Feeney? No Evil Papini 28. 3 Minute French Lesson 46.5f: How would you ask in French? Didn't you finish? Not you. Caffeine E Nevo pas Fini Haven't you lost the car? Not you pay pal, Do about you Never evil people do about you. Didn't you lose the car? Not your capital Do about you Navy blue propelled all about you. Haven't you sold the car? And that you Pavon deal about you? Neveu Pavon to laugh at you. Didn't you sell the call? Not you Pavon Deal about you, Navid Pavon, Haven't you drink the wine? Not you. Popular vote Never, ever popular. Von, Didn't you drink the wine and that you popular von No evil Pablo live on? Haven't you done everything? Not your puffy too Neveu cafe too. Didn't you do everything? Not your path to not even a pathway to Haven't you seen Pierre Naturopath VPs Navid Group A V p a. Let me just mention the difference in pronunciation here Between the word you Andi seen in French. So the word you is pronounced voo on the word scene is pronounced voo so it's a slightly different Oh sound vou if you now the Rupa vpl So when you have an Owen au together, it's pronounced who so do or the word for we is new on when you just have that So you on the end that its view the same as the word to so to do But then do so in ou is an all sound on a U Isn't you sound? 29. 3 Minute French Lesson 46.5g: How would you ask in French? Didn't you see Pierre? Not you. Pop ups! Knave! Evil pop ups. Haven't you taken the key? Not you Properly likely. Navigable peppery likely. Didn't you take the key? Not you Properly likely? Never a blooper. Politely. Haven't you learned? And that you pass a plea? Never give up as a play. Didn't you learn not to pass a pre? Never a group as a pre Haven't you understood? Not you back completely Naveed Group accompli. Didn't you understand? Not you Back on plea. Never give up accompli. 30. 3 Minute French Lesson 47a: Let's start this lesson with a quick recap off the words and phrases that we learned in the last lesson. How do you say in French, haven't I? Or didn't I? Nature power, Haven't you or didn't you? You can use natural power if you're speaking to one person you know very well or Naveed Bouba. If you're being more formal or if you're speaking to more than one person, had you say, Hasn't he or didn't he? No. Till Papa, hasn't she or didn't she? Nutella hasn't Pierre. Or didn't Pierre Pierre Matilda, haven't we? Or didn't we, Nevil New Power, haven't they? Or didn't they? Montilla? Now let's have a recap. Listen off the past tense on Bring everything together. Let me also just let you know that there is another name for this past tense that we have been learning. The correct grammatical name for this tense is the present perfect tense. I know it seems weird to have a tense called the president perfect when it's talking about the past, but that's what it's called. We'll look a bit more at the different names for tenses in the late lesson, but for now, just know that this past tense can also be called the present perfect tense. So basically the past tense is made up off to parts in French. However, you can change the first part, called the auxiliary verb, to say a variety of different things. So let's start by looking at the basic pass temps. Here's an example J. Margie J. Margie means I have eaten. So we have the auxiliary verb j, which means I have on the past participle Muji, which means eaten. We can then turn this tense negative by changing the auxiliary VEB. So here's an example. Juniper McGee, Janay Palmer Z means I haven't eaten. So we have now the negative or the reverb is your neighbor, which means I haven't on. Then the past participle Mongie means eaten. We can turn this tense into a question by changing the auxiliary verb, for example of evil. Margie Avivim O j means have you eaten every Faramarzi and so we have of evil, Which means have you and this is the question auxiliary verb and then the past participle stays the same. Moon jae means eaten and so are we. Changing is the auxiliary verb. We can then make the negative past tense into a question. For example, Neveu, Pamela G. No Evil Pamela G means Haven't you eaten? So we have never bouba Which means, haven't you? That's the negative question organ reverb on. Then once again the past participle, it stays the same. Muji Muji means eaten. So now we've Obama g, Haven't you eaten? 31. 3 Minute French Lesson 47b: We've just had a quick recap off the four different ways to use the past tense in French. The basic past tense, the negative past tense, the question past tense on then the negative question bust ends Well, in the past few lessons, we've also been learning that there are always two ways to say the same thing in the past tense in English. But in French, you don't have to worry about that. For example, if we take the auxiliary verb Mousavi Mousavi which means you have on port more G On the end we get views of emoji, which means you have eaten. But it could also mean you ate. You have eaten, would be was having Moon Jae in French and you ate would also be was an emoji. I would have if any would be. Either you have finished or just you finished was have a Fini with a day at on you I was having at on you could be you have waited or just you waited in the negative. We could have Vunibaka, which we can translate either as you haven't or you didn't wanna Pepe so you never Obama g could mean either you haven't eaten or you didn't eat. I have a family. Wanna be Palffy Knee Could mean you haven't finished or you didn't finish. Do you have a pass it on? You could be translated either As you haven't waited or you didn't wait in the question format. We could have something like Abby rule, which means have you? But it could also mean. Did you so have evil? Have even more g Could therefore mean Have you eaten or did you eat? Have a Fini. Have you finished or did you finish? I have a bruise. That on you? Well, this will be translated either as have you waited Or did you wait? Finally the negative question. We could have something like Navid Bouba, Navy bouba. And this means, haven't you? Or didn't you? So let's have a look at the three examples Navigable Pat McGee. Never What? That could mean in English either. Haven't you eaten or didn't you eat No viable path, Feeney. That could be translated either. As haven't you finished? Or didn't you finish? Now we will pass it on. You never will pass it on you. That would mean either haven't you waited or didn't you wait? And so all you need to form this tense is an auxiliary verb and then a past participle. And even though this is a past tense, don't forget that the actual proper grammatical name is the present perfect tense. So if you ever have to look it up, look for the present perfect tense in French, and this is what you'll find. 32. 3 Minute French Lesson 47c: It's time now to put everything that we've been learning about the past tense into practice . How do you say in French? She sold the car a lavonne Do you know about you? 11? Do you love what you We have lost the card news. Haven't failed to look at news of own peril. De Luca, I booked a table for everybody. She has a value in tablet form to the mound. Jay has a entire global to the mind. They didn't make a reservation in Nam. Profiting has a restaurant. Imam facing has a bathroom. Have you seen Piatt today? Have a move Ups or three or at VPL three. Haven't they paid the bill? 19 happily lettuce soon? No, until popularly soon. Marie didn't drink much wine. Marina Pub. You book Marina. Did Pierre understand the English? Pierre at your complete Longley? Pierre, that you completely Didn't you learn which today or not? You pass a table? Composure three. We didn't bring any food, but we've ordered a pizza. Never impossible to know it too. May news have in common day in pizza No. 11 Buzz about it. You know it You I mean you have uncommon day in pizza 33. 3 Minute French Lesson 47d: Now let's have a go at doing some French to English translations. What did these sentences mean in English? Is in a possibly Jenny. Possibly. I didn't forget what clothes I mean, I haven't for gotten I believe that on. Do you see air available at on? Do you see a year? Did you wait here yesterday? Continental crashed Led content is a state lady. When did they buy the tickets? Capacity Instrument? A pattern De passey in samen apari. You spent a week in Paris. Jay Z said what? Your past getting beyond Jay Z said about your Pascali. Go hand. I chose this car because it's big and so in the sentence in French, you say Pasqua l A go hand or it joins together to say past scary gone, which literally means because she is big. So don't forget that all mounds in French are either masculine or feminine. And if they're masculine, you refer to them as he rather than it on def their feminine. You refer to them as she rather than it. So in this sentence, literally, it means I chose this car because she is big bourgeoisie, said Rachael Pasqua, L England or Pascali gone, Pierre. Until Lucilla. Pierre at in Visalia. Has Pierre seen that? Or across? I mean, did PSC that is your name back? Completely, Genie, back on p. I didn't understand. Or of course it does. I mean, I haven't understood is a more J C. Ear is on Moon jae, you see? Yeah. They ate here yesterday until paler time. Until painted time. Did they take the train? Or it could mean Have they taken the train? A A party. Villanova to a a party did a no hitter. She brought some food. 34. 3 Minute French Lesson 47e: What we'll do now are some recap translations to incorporate words and phrases that we learned in previous essence. So how do you say in French? I'm going to change it Is your veil a Shunji survey? Do you want to try something different? I believe you say you can controls to defer home. Really? Because they say you can show us the different home. It is very good state time on se table. The car is too small. Love watching a topped it Love what? You're a talked it. I like that. Jim PSA Jim PSA. Or of course, you could also say Jim Sula go straight on and the shop is on the left. I lied to do. Are you mags on a tango? Sh I later dwa mags on it goes My breakfast is delicious. Mom. Petitti Ginny A dentist here, Monty Vision A a delicious. I have made a reservation G fee, you know, has a costume J feet, you know, has a assume. So the t on the end of fee if you want you can liaise with the U at the start of Yoon. So either Jay fai una has a vast on or J fate Tuna out of Assam. It's 70 cents. This wasn't a Nissan team se spots on the same team. I'm not going to the hotel gin a paddle hotel, June hotel. So just to recap, whenever you have your new rather than saying Juno vapor alone till you can bring the jury and the new together and make it sound a bit more like June Jr a puzzle hotel off services only in speaking, not in writing. So June Vapor Al Hotel on again the s on the end of power. You can liaise with the next world, which just in a so you can say Uh huh Oh, Plaza June Vapor Hotel. Oh, June Hotel. 35. 3 Minute French Lesson 47f: Now let's do some French to English. Recap. Transitions. What did these French sentences mean in English? Juve. A math? Edema. Judaism Arse edema. I'm going to Marseille tomorrow. No, silly pop away. No Sunny. Papa. Hell no. It isn't for her. Appreciate. What the reason Previa of what there is on. Can I have some grapes? Complete your wife cooked region while what can I drink? Well ago, Huallaga, Where is the train station? Have a boo in gyppos. Have a resume gyppos. Do you have a pink skirt? It route, Devotee, it would. High fatigue. A Are you very tired, Jim? Live on Jim. Live on literally. This means I like the wine. But you can also use it to mean I like wine in general. So I like wine or I like the wine. Are both Jim. Live on in French. Always have to use the word for the foot in English. If you're speaking about a specific wine, then you will say the But if you're speaking about wine in general they need to say I like wine. The same with things like I like chocolate in French Will say I like the chocolate. Jim, What Does this mean I'm from? Wants to? Probably I'm certain One civil play a bit less, please. Really. Rita L A. Reid. It's eight o'clock. 36. 3 Minute French Lesson 48a: Here's a very useful phrase in French. It means I can the ship You might be wondering why I can isn't Gia pre since can I? Is Lesia well in the past? Both juniper Andi Gia pre existed for ICANN. However, nowadays people only tend to say for ICANN you will hear Japie from time to time But it's considered a lot more formal. However, can I is always Asia and never push you. So please, Asia means can I, Andi Jumper means I can now this next verb fair we've had before we learned that it means to make But it also has a second meaning fair can also mean to do so Fair means to make or to do fair. So how would you say in French? I can do that superfast Sula. Oh, how would you say I can do it? You put affair, you pull affair. How about I can do that tomorrow is your perfect or just sat demon? Can I do it tomorrow? Pressure The Fadel demand pressure to found him on Now I've just told you that your po means I can Onda Persia means can I? However, there is one more thing I should add. There is a second way in front to say, Can I the correct way to say can I is Please Asia and you will hear it a lot. However, you may also hear people say simply as a way of asking, Can I have a look at these two examples? Preacher of Lassila Group of Wasilla. They both mean the same thing in English, but their slight different in French. So they both mean. Can I see that? But you will often hear French people use gyp o to mean, Can I on they simply raise their voices at the end of the sentence to make it sound of the question. So please give us a lot means the same thing as a group of Wasilla. The second example means literally I can see that it's a more colloquial way of speaking. Colonial just means the way people speak in normal situations out on the street. Now, it's perfectly fine for you to just use freesia all the time. Whenever you want to say, Can I? I just wanted to make you aware of the different ways that you might come across on that you might hear people using. So most of the time you'll hear people say it please you to mean can I? But occasionally you might hear them say super to mean Can I as well? So what would be the two ways that you could say in French? Can I do it tomorrow? Crucially, found a man. Oh, did you put a failed demand? 37. 3 Minute French Lesson 48b: How would you say in French? I can do it tomorrow, but not today. Jupiler Fatima May pattern This is a nice phrase that you can use to be extra polite in French. See a movie, See ruefully It means if you want see ruefully so C means if and then move away Means you want see ruefully So how would you say in French I could do it tomorrow If you want Is your pull a failed a Massively Is your personal Felda Massively I can go now if you want Jumper I Lehman's Nazi verbally jumper away Montana Really? I can hire a car if you want and you pull away Invite your civilly Is your pearly weight in virtual civil Really Just like you comport if you want at the start of a sentence you can put Steve of Willie at the start of a sentence to So how would you say in French if you want, I can go to the shop for you Civil a jumper civil A couple examples So we say here all mag zone because the word for shop is masculine. Look mags on andi at le, which means to the becomes all when you put them together. O magazine Steve will a jumper away or example How would you say in French? Can I go there tomorrow? Freesia Allen Ledezma, please. You're a lot dumber. Well, don't forget that mocha Locally, you might hear Jumper Alina Demon. It would be the two different ways to say Can I say something important? Please, Judy Akiko shows Templeton Or you might hear Jeopardy aka officials Down put on. So don't forget that after Kyoko Shores, if you want to put an adjective, you have to use little word do in front of the adjective. And if the addictive starts with a vowel instead of d e, it's d apostrophe Soquel officials dump off. 38. 3 Minute French Lesson 48c: juniper means I can. On the opposite off Jumper is Jenna, which means I can't. You know, in speaking, your often hear the azure and the no sound more like gin rather than is your no sale here, June Pepe, Surgeon Pippa means icon How would you say in French? I can't see it. So in this hasn't so far we've had super, which means I can fair meaning to make or to do cve will A Which means if you want. And now I've just had gin Pippa which means I can't How would you say I can't do it now? You should prepare to fail Mental. I can't understand. Pierre June put back on pond LaPierre gin Pepe components appear I can't pay because my car doesn't work. Jim Popp Bhaskar McCartney Mashaba Gin Pepe P Pastor MCAT No Mashaba. I can't come today because I don't have a car. Eugene! Pepe Venero Judy Basket. You need paddle A trio. Pavin Earhole. Judy Pascucci in a pattern. What? You So in this sentence we say June a pop do wet you because its a negative and you don't have any car? Is you need back? Do what you even though in English we can say I don't have a car in French, Rodman saying. I don't have a car. You would say I don't have any car because in French, if you say, is your neighbor, you know what you That could also mean I don't have one car, meaning you might have two cars. So it's better to say is you need back. Do what? You, which means I don't have any car pavillion Who should reap Askar and also in speaking rather than it being pronounced is you need bat. Do what you the pat on the do sound like they are Onward journey pad What you so Jean Pierre Papin, you hold your passport? 39. 3 Minute French Lesson 48d: Here's a phrase that's related to pleaser. Pull it through, Pull a boo. It means can you of evil. So how would you say in French? Can you see it? Vivo Lavoie Vive la voie Or how would you say? What can you see? Could believe a while could prove evolve last Can you pay bouquet? We will be. What can you do? Could pull people fair. Could pull evil fair What time can you go to PS house? A gala preview L A shape here. A killer Pueblo L A shape here. Can you go with me tomorrow? Liviu? Elastic, Madama. Or you can liaise the s on the end of poor review with the A at the start off early and you planted movie Vasarely avec moi demon. How would you say, Can you do it today? Believe Lafayette, prove evil affair. Here is a nice word that looks a little bit like 8 80 Eddie. It means to help Eddie. So how would you say in French? Can I help Freezer? Any appreciating? Or of course, because I say jumper, any is your Prady. How would you ask? How can I help? Common appreciating Tom Appreciate E Oh, you might hear commotion Parady for more Parady 40. 3 Minute French Lesson 48e: How would you say in French? Can you help believe you? Any poor reviews a day? Are you going to help leave you any? I live with A I can't help because I don't have any time. June capacity Bhaskar! Jim Pippa's a day pass Scrutiny Parrot on! I can help if you want. Just a sip of Willy. Jumper had a fever. Willie, How would you say I would like to help? But I don't have any money. She would hide it in May June. A paddle. You would raise a major. You can add a little bit extra to the word Eddie on we get Medi Medi, which means to help me, Mehdi. So the murder at the start means me. And then Eddie is toe help. So many toe Help me on D in English. The emergency word mayday comes from this phrase. When people shout Mayday! It means help me. So how would you say in French? Can you help me? I believe you may be believe you Me? Are you going to help me? I leave You may be I live with today how we again to help me. Co Montolivo Mayday! Montolivo! Maybe 41. 3 Minute French Lesson 48f: How would you say in French? Excuse me, Can you help me, please? Excuse me more. We've made a civil play. Excuse moi. Poor if you made a simple play. Here's another phrase that has moved at the stones. Men want a move monthly. It means to show me Monty, the murder means me. Onda Monta means to show so me. Monty, how would you say in French? Can you show me? Pull the Vilma Montri. Poor Mitt. Montri, Can you show me where I can pay Puma? Monterey Pop Puku meme entree You prepare? Can you show me where I can hire a call? Preview? Monterey was you Pollux Weight Watcher. Puma mantra. Would you pull away? In what year are you going to show me tomorrow? Olivo, Mantra edema. I leave you my mantra edema. Can you show me where I can wait? I believe you may Monterey would you put a Toronto Puma? Monterey was you? Pat, can you show me the wine? Beliveau mantra Montri, can you show me the call? Puma Montreal about you. My mantra 42. 3 Minute French Lesson 48g: we've just learned that memo Antley means to show me Well, if we take the move away from the start, we're left with Monty. Monta means to show mantra the verb Mantei, which means the show is usually followed by another word, which means to so Monta are means to show to. For example, if you want to say something like, can you show the car to Pierre, then you would have to use the word are for two, so it would be cool. Evil mantra. Love. Watch your Pierre piu Montana, but you appear in English. There are two different ways that you can say. Can you show the cart? Appear? Firstly, you can say, Can you show the cart appear? But secondly, we could say, Can you show Pierre the car so we can switch round the car with Pierre? If you put Pierre first in English, then you get rid of the word, too. So the first sentence can you show the car to Pierre. But when we put Pierre in front of the car, then the two disappears. Can you show Pierre the car? This doesn't happen in French, however. You always have to say to Pierre in French or a Pierre Because no matter where he is in the sentence, you're still showing the car to him. So when friends, you always have to use the word. So in French, both of these sentences are the same. Can you show the car to Pierre? Andi, Can you show Pierre? The car would both be pool evil. Montreal, A watcher appear. In fact, Monta is always followed by our If you're showing something to somebody, whether the two is mentioned in English or not. For example, can you show Marie where the shop is? Well, literally in French, you have say, Can you show to Marie where the shop is? Who gave you mantra at Marie William Exam Full review. Montreal Marie will a maximum. So again, literally, you're saying, Can you show to Marie? Where is the shop? Another example is I'm going to show Pierre later, while in French would have to say to Pierre. So you say Juve mantra appear Pluta. You have a mantra. Appear pollute half on literally. That means I'm going to show to Pierre later. And so in English, we don't always have to say the word to after show. But in French you always have to use the word in front of the person you're showing something to. The only exception to all of this is when you say, show me, which is just meh, Montri. And so that's because in French the word move can mean me or to me. So you don't need the extra word. So can you show me? Would be to evil men, Montali? 43. 3 Minute French Lesson 48h: How many? Same French can you show me? Believable mantra. Poor woman. One tree Can you show Pierre believe mantra appear. Pull the woman trapped here. And so let's where we have to say Can you show to Pierre Prove even Monta appear. How would you say? Can you show Marie Puku mantra memory? I believe you. Montreal Marie, Can you show me where the bank is? You may Montri. Well, Ivanka, my mantra will a bunk. I'm going to show something to Pierre Juve mantra Ankle shows appear Joe Montana. Keiko showed appear I'm not going to show it to Marie Gin PayPal A mantra Amar e Eugene vapor plume entree memory. So don't forget that when you want to say it with a verb, you put the word look in front of the verb. So to show is Monta to show it looked Monte gin vapor. Lou Montri at Marie. How would you say in French? Can you show me where I can hire a car? Prove evil. Memon Train was upolu Even what year movie? Bouman train. Would you pull away in? Watcher, Can you show Pierre where the shop is? Montreal Pierre William Exam? With whom entree appear way too mag zone in English. In this sentence, we say, Can you show Pierre where the shop is? But in French, you would literally say, Can you show to Pierre? Where is the shop? So that's where you say way blue mags on You would never say in French Full review Montoya Pierre Who blew mags on a You always say way Blue mags on so poorly Vermont reappear Wait a magazine. 44. 3 Minute French Lesson 48i: Here's your last phrase for this lesson. Medea murder, Dia. It means to tell me Medea. So the word DEA means to tell on the murder ever start means me media. So how would you ask In French? Can you tell me? Believable Medea? Poor vivo media. Can you tell me where I can pay movie Medea? Whoever media. Can you tell me where I can hire a car? Prove even media Super Louis and watch prove. Even media usually wait and watch. Are you going to tell me I leave you Medea? I leave you Medea. Can you tell me what time breakfast is on? Literally in French? Who would say, Can you tell me what time is the breakfast? Provable media? A killer Aleppo Division E prove evil Medea. A killer elevated the genie. Can you tell me if I have paid? And don't forget that the word for if in French is see from the phrase cva bully, which means if you want Puma DEA, C j p a Vivo Media C J P. Can you tell me why? Viva Medea! Puma DF Pacquiao, Can you tell me tomorrow we've already out The man who gave you Media doma. So in this lesson, we've had super, which means I can fair means to do or to make cve will a means. If you want gin, Pippa means icon prove evil means can you a means to help Mehdi means to help me. Mantei means to show memo entree means to show me. And we also learned that usually the very Mantei is followed by the word which means to show to somebody. So whoever you're showing has to have the word in front of them in French. So Monta appear would be to show Pierre or literally to show to Pierre. So Monta are means to show to and then we just let that Madea means to tell me. 45. 3 Minute French Lesson 48j: It's time now to practice what we've learned in this lesson. How do you say in French? I could do that tomorrow if you want. Gyp affair. Salah demands superfast salon demands. Really? I can see the train jeep of wild time Ship of y Little. Excuse me, Can you help me excusing more movies? You made a Excuse me. More food. Maybe I can't help, but I can call Marie. She is in Paris. Gin capacity. Me jumper. Happily marry a path Engine capacity major properly, Marie? A little bit. Can you tell me where the restaurant is? With whom? India Willow Restaurant. And so we say literally. Can you tell me where is the restaurant? Who gave you media way home? Can you show me where everything is? And so again, you would literally say in this sentence. Can you show me? Where is everything? Puma Montri way too believe you? Me, Montri wayto I'm going to tell Pierre the hotel's address. Jebediah appear land rest a hotel. JD appear Latendresse Hotel. I can do everything later, but I'm too busy now. Juba Theft to Pluta may just be top of repayment. No. Did you have to Pluta major sweet topically payments alone. Can you see it? Believe lavoie. Do you live are I can't pay the bill. 46. 3 Minute French Lesson 48k: and I would have a go at doing some reverse translations. What do these friends sentences mean in English? A group of a l A. More civilly You can go to Paris with me if you want. Jumper States crashed a stolen provost. I can buy that for you if you want for review. Montri Cal Manto Buffet Vou montri came on toe. Can you show me which coat for review? Many prove even many. Can you help me? Juniper possessed a Sula. I call it by that you just read top. Okay, Agent A palette. Gin people easily on Fronsac. Budiman, Just we top. Okay? Asian A palette. I can't go to front for you tomorrow. I'm too busy and I don't have the time. Have you made a civil play? Prove a woman. A CD player. Can you help me? Please s principal secret prove ultimately it's just a perceivable. Voodoo maybe. Is it possible for you to help me? Did you have on the male affair as usual? They will affair. I would like to do it. Juve. A Pierre is your raise a day. Pierre, I'm going to help here 47. 3 Minute French Lesson 48l: what we'll do now are some recap translations to incorporate words and phrases that we learned in previous lessons. How do you say in French? It's absolutely fantastic here. Say Absolutely fantastic. Easy state Absolutely fantastic. Easy. I think everything is very good. But more to the Trayvon. From what do the trouble that is extraordinary. Assassin extraordinaire sat See text hard in there. The food here is always delicious. Then we tell we see a to George Dallas years language Really see a to your Dennis years. So because the word for the food Flannery to is feminine in French, then we have to use the feminine version off the adjective daily steer, which is that issues that no hitter. I see a to your delicious tears. How would you say in French, this restaurant is perfect. Still has the home a puffy service The home a Palffy, a coffee for him. Onda tea for me, please. And Kathy Policy it on tape or more civically on Cafe Paul, we it on tape. A massive play. What's the hotel's address? Killing Fs Hotel Kenny Land Rest a hotel? Can I make a reservation? I would like a table for three for tomorrow. Pretty fair in tablet for 12. Pretty fair in the entire laporte 12 for the man. Goodbye. And have a good day of laugh. A Benjani off. Uh, even Johnny. I would like a bottle of water, please. You would write in potato civil play. Did you vote Raising would take those every play. 48. 3 Minute French Lesson 48m: Now let's have a go at doing some French to English Recap. Translations. What do these friends sentences mean in English? Jubal, Dream on and it's still conceivably you would Ray monitor play? I would like my bill. Please. Would you pay back aft, please? You pay it back out. Can I pay by card? Jesus said I am put former jdc improved Former. I'm going to try a bit of cheese. Spc Possibly do invite your plans its principal secret. Duly way! Invite your poor Andrew. Is it possible to hire a car for one day? Lovat, Your eight thing going on, love What you hate, wrinkle horned. The car is very big. Do this, you name it. They did this year, do they? Jenny Davis, you The lunch was delicious, I tell you. Hello, Pretty Ginny. I killer pretty Ginny. What time is breakfast? Rudini it Evita. Monica leading a It a little Malika. The dinner is that course to eight June highs on Taxi Postbank. Carson cattle here. Judaism. Taxi! Postbank person can't for I would like a taxi for five people. At four o'clock, I leave you sheep here. Olivo shape here. Are you going to P s house? 49. 3 Minute French Lesson 49a: Let's start this lesson with a quick recap off the words and phrases that we learned in the last lesson. How do you say in French? I can jumper to do or to make fair? If you want Steve will A. I can't can you? I believe you to help A day to help me Committee to show Montri to show me Memon Tree to tell me media Now here's a very to start this lesson off with to V to be means to find movie So how would you say in French? Can you tell me where I can find Paris? Prove Even Madea goes to a party Who gave you Medea Super Tuesday by Are you going to find a restaurant for later? Olivo told There has a home computer. Devoto they affect the hamper. Puta, I'm going to find something for Pierre. Did you wait a week ago? Shows propia you have a two week ago shows propia I have found something interesting Jay Vacanti chose down to rest Jay Vacanti shows don't dress on and said we change the verb to move A from having an e. R on the end to having an e with an accent when it's in the past tense. So Jay, I have to be found. And then after Kelkal's shows, if you want to put an adjective, you have to use the word do first. So Kilcher shows do anti hasan, and then the dirt becomes D apostrophe because it's placed in front of, ah, word that starts with a vowel. Gilkey shows Advanta Festoon Jato bake officials down to rest. 50. 3 Minute French Lesson 49b: How would you ask him? French. What have you found? Caribou. Toby Caribou To be so the word, Kurt Qu e means what? But when you place could in front of a word that starts with a vowel it shortens to Q U apostrophe and so could every vote. Movie becomes cavity Vote movie How would you ask? Have you found something for me? Every vote to vacate the show's bomber. I have a photo of a Keiko shows someone. Where did you find that? Whoever Bhutto. Vistula. Oh, you are able to visa. How did you find the food? Commentary Bhutto Villanova to come and have it Boot Huawei Lenovo on this question can mean How did you find the food? In both senses of the question, it could mean literally. How did you find the food? As in How did you locate it? But it can also be asking for someone's opinion on something. So how did you find the food? As in what did you think of it? Come on, TV Bhutto Villanova Trio. And so obviously you can change land a waiter to anything and ask how somebody found anything. So, for example, comment of evil Tove a loaf in. How did you find the film? As in What did you think of the film? How would you say in French? We haven't found the hotel Navin Bateau Bay Hotel. Navin Patrick Hotel. Now hopefully you never end up lost. But just in case, there's next word build you pell do means lost peril. Do now in French. You can use the word pell due to mean lost in most senses of the word. You can use it with just three. Which means I am, for example, is just people do which means I am lost or you can use it with the word J. Which means I have J pal. Do means I have lost. So how would you say in French? I am lost. Did you see that? Do you? Just £3 you 51. 3 Minute French Lesson 49c: How do you say in French? I am lost Just £3 you is your £3 you Well, how would you ask? Are you lost at the Hotel Du? It's what value I have lost my card. JPL Numa CalFed JPL do make out I have lost my car. Jay Powell, Do you have what you she held? You have what you have. You lost something. Have a pale Do Keiko shows have a bluebell do Keiko shows What have you lost? Have you, pal? Do cadyville pound you? When did you lose the key? Contact group l d likely contact group l d Likely I lost Maria at the beach JPL do Mariella plot J Pavel New Mafi Allah Plot Excuse me, Can you help me? I'm lost. Excuse me. More poor people. May they just do Excuse me. More poor people. Maybe you just We found you. So in this lesson so far we've had to be which means to find tell you means lost. Just sit down. Do you means I am lost, O j pal D means I've lost or I have lost 52. 3 Minute French Lesson 49d: This next phrase is a useful one is you come home is your company. It means I understand you come home. I always think it sort of looks like I comprehend and to comprehend something means to understand it. So you can palm means I understand. How would you say in French? Yes, I understand. We used to come home. We you come home. How would you say I understand It is your home you look upon. I understand the fringe. Did you component? Fancy is your component of front. See, I put the word the in brackets in the English sentence. And that's because you can ponder Fonsi can mean either I understand the French or I understand French in general. And so if you're pointing to some French words in particular, you can say you compile a frosty and it means I understand the French. But if you're talking about generally I understand French. You also say you component literacy. So in French you always have to say the word. The in this situation is your complaint Difference t. How would you say I understand But I don't want to do it. Did you come home? May June Vopat affair is you complain May agent repel affair I understand, Pierre, but not very well. You can Palm Pierre May Petralia you can palm Pierre May Patric Young The opposite of calm poem is Gene Khan Pompa Gen Calm Pompa means I don't understand Gene Khan Pompa So how would you say I don't understand? Pierre Gen Calm pump up here Gen Calm pump appear Or how would you say Excuse me? I don't understand. Excuse me more June Kampamba excusing Washington Pompa 53. 3 Minute French Lesson 49e: How would you say in French? I don't understand The fringe, Jim. Come pump Alfonsi gin, Kampamba, literacy. And so again, in this sentence I've put the word the in brackets in English Because Jin Cong Pompa LaFrance c can mean either. I don't understand the French. Oh, I don't in San Fringe. How would you say in French? I don't understand French. Very well. Income pump Bellafante, Train young. You can come pump Telephone, State train Young. And so again, literally. You have to say I don't understand the French Very well. How would you say I don't understand. Marie Gin com Pompom Matthey Jim, come from Pommery, You can change. The phrase is you component slightly on. Do you get Juve compon? You've Ocampo means I understand you. The word will means you so literally in French. You say I you understand? Is your vote compon. So how would you say yes? I understand you. We just come home. We have a compon. Yes, I understand you very well. We Juve comport trade! We have a component. I understand you, but not very well. Juve, come from May pat Trillion Java component May Patric Young Or how would you say? I understand you, but not too well. Juve, Come home. May Plateau bia Java component May pat Toby Young So the word tall in French, we know means too much. But it can also mean to so Java component may pat Tall, young, but not too well. 54. 3 Minute French Lesson 49f: So we've just seen that Juve compon means I understand you infringe where we can change it slightly and make it negative On we get June Viacom Pompa. So we put a note in front of the vote on a path after come home, Jenna, who can pump? But don't forget that usually in French, instead of saying you know you'll often hear people say Jin Jin Viacom Pompa I don't understand you. So how would you say in French? Excuse me, but I don't understand you. Excuse him or me. Gina. Welcome, Pompa. Excuse Moi. Mission Vulcan Pompa. Well, how would you say I don't understand you very well. Now here's a new very that you can add to your ever growing collection. Family probably means to speak, Charlie. So how would you say in French? I don't understand you. Can you speak in English, please. But we will partially on aggressive. A plea Asian Vulcan. Pompa, we've openly only civil play generally in French. They say June Viacom Pompa, which means I don't understand you rather than I can't understand you in English or hear people say I can't understand you. But in French, they didn't say I don't understand you, John. Volcom. Pompa. How would you say I'm going to speak in French today? You've a palley on foreign Stay or should be juvie. Polly off on sale. Should be well. How would you say I would like to speak with Pierre, Please, Jude Ripple, affect PSE. Play Jude Ripple affect PS simply, or have a go at turning the pile a into the past tense. How would you say I spoke French at the restaurant yesterday? Jay, Polly. Fancy Jocasta hunt here. Jay Polly Francais. Orquesta Hunt year So the Palais ends in e. R. So to put it in the past tense, we change the ER to an e with an accent on you. Put J in front J badly. I have spoken or I spoke. Jay, Polly Frosty or restaurant here. I spoke French at the restaurant yesterday. 55. 3 Minute French Lesson 49g: How would you say in French? Can you speak in French, please? Proving Rupali on Francis's Roupoli Provo Palais on Francais Civil plea. This next word is an adverb now, usually in English adverbs And in l y on in French. They tend to end in the letters M E N t pronounced mom. So this adverb is launched more long to moon and it means slowly Lawnd moan. So how would you say? Can you speak slowly? Who gave you a lot? Well, how would you say more slowly? You don't small too long tomorrow. Can you speak more slowly? Please? Poor Eva. Pilot Cleland Mancebo Play! Who gave you Pilot Cleland Merciful play. Excuse me, I don't understand you. Can you speak more slowly? Please Excuse me More Jinju Kampamba, I hope I hope you don't conceivably excusing what? Pompa of a voepel. April. And conceivably, we already conjugated the verb Palaly which means to speak into the past in the sentence where we had J parley. Which meant I spoke so See if you can have a go at this sentence. How would you say in French? He spoke very slowly Ill Upali Thailand L a Poly three Bluntman. Or how would you say she spoke to slowly? L a parlay tolerant Mom L A parlato 56. 3 Minute French Lesson 49h: How would you say in French? He didn't speak very slowly. You didn't percolate for a long moment. Una properly trained, we didn't speak in French. Noona von PAPP Early infancy, New haven, Properly infancy. We learned the phrase you Kompong on June Kampamba in this lesson. But in the last course, we don't have to form the past tense off the verb to understand. So see, if you remember how to say I didn't understand because you didn't speak very slowly. June A pack amply Pascoe have a paper trail. John A Pat Compli Bhaskar Wannabe Papa late So I didn't understand. Is June a pat completely so completely? Is the past tense off? Understand? So June a pack completely. How would you say Marie spoke very slowly and it was perfect for me. Maria, populate Silent Moon A set a path. Maria, Pilot trail on tape. I'm going to speak with Sophie tomorrow. Juvie partly avec so feed a mom Juvie Palley of extra feed the mom. So in this lesson, we've learned to V which means to find pound you meaning lost is your CPL do means I am lost or J paddle do means I have lost or I lost. Did you come home? Means I understand in French means I don't understand. Then we let me comport the word vou in front of Kompong on we get Juve compon, which means I understand you means I don't understand you. Then we learned the very pad early, which means to speak. And then finally an adverb. We learned a lot more, which means slowly on I said that generally in English adverbs, ending letters L Y and generally in French adverbs end in the letters M E N t, which is pronounced more so long tomorrow, which means slightly. 57. 3 Minute French Lesson 49i: it's time now to practice what we've been learning in this lesson. How do you say in French? I can't find the key Gin Partovi likely Gin popat. Who may likely? Can you help me? I'm lost por favor. Maybe just found you. Whoever may they just people do. I've lost everything J pound you to JPL due to I don't understand Michelle His income from Michelle Gin Com pompom Michelle, can you find Marie Louisville Tobermory for review to memory? I'm going to speak with Mr Reuss tomorrow. Juvie patently avec machine? Whose? Juve Polly Avik machine. Whose demand can you speak slowly? I don't understand you. We've Rupali. You can pump. I believe you, Pilot, It's lost! Saif Al, Do say that I do. Pierre is lost. P s a pound. You p s a pal. New. I lost the car yesterday. J panel. Do you love what you have here? JPL? Do you love what you have here? 58. 3 Minute French Lesson 49j: I just wanted to make a little interception here to talk about something curious, infringe in this course. I like to add things slowly and not give too much information in one go. If you learn too much in one go, it tends to overburden the brain, and it makes it harder to hold on to new information. However, there is an extra little bit off French structural information that I want to add here just to put it out there. Don't worry if you don't quite remember it yet, as I will be going over it again in a later lesson. But I just wanted to start the ball rolling in number three off the last practice translations the English was I have lost everything on I said the French was JPL. Due to now, that was a perfectly acceptable answer that would be understood by all French speakers. However, a more grammatically correct way of saying it would be J to peddle do J £2 do in French. There were two tends to go in between the auxiliary verb on the past participle when you're talking in the past tense, so the auxiliary verb is J. Onda the past participle is peddled you. And so we say J two pale do Rob van jpl due to they would both be understood. But J £2 you is more grammatically correct than j fell due to Let's have a look at some more examples in English they have eaten. Everything you would say in French is on to McGee is on to Mongie. So the auxiliary verb is is, um and the past participle is more G. So replace to in between those ears on to McGee, Have you seen everything? Would be every vou to view every vote to you. The same thing goes with the word tall, which means too much in French. They tend to place tall in the same place as we've been placing two in between the auxiliary verb on the past participle. So, for example, I have bought too much would be Jato, Ashby J. Or have you eaten? Too much would be have evil Tom Margie have ableto margie. So like I said, if you don't remember this, don't worry. But just note that usually French speakers will place the words to Onda tall in between the auxiliary verb on the past participle when they're speaking in the past tense. I'll just do a few extra practice translations based on this new unveiling. So how do you say in French? I have finished everything. J to Feeny. J to Feeny. Have you bought too much abbeyville? Tobashi. Have you told Vashti? Have they brought too much until top up off day until Topa both day. They have lost everything it is on to tell you is on to tell you Marie has that too much marry at Hoagie Marry a toddy. He spoke too much yesterday in a toe paddle. Eight year that hopefully Yeah. Did you take everything? A tale Topi A tale Topi Did you understand everything? Every vote to complete Have a vote to complete. I sold everything yesterday J Tuvan do Yeah J 200 a year I drank too much J. Tobu J. Tobu We pay too much new Devon Topi News of on Topi 59. 3 Minute French Lesson 49k: Now let's have a go at doing some reverse translations. What do these friends sentences mean in English? A live openly, fancy Oliver Parry. Fancy. Are you going to speak French? Yeah, they are Asia, pal. Do manifest Bow. Yeah, it is a JPL du monde. Espo. Yesterday I was in Paris and I lost my passport. Excuse memoir. Puma D J Pedal. You might want you Excuse me. More movie comedy JPL Do what You Excuse me. Can you help me? I've lost my car. Jean Marie Gin. Pepe, I can't find Marie Spc Possible approval. The parallel on tomorrow. Civil plea spc perceived Porvoo do parallel play. Is it possible for you to speak slowly, please? J peril Do land. Presto! Tell we wouldn't want Trey. Really? J peril Do address Dotel the room entree relay. I've lost the hotels and arrests. Can you show me where it is literally in the sentence you're saying rather than where it is where he is? Because the hotel lortel is masculine. So in French you refer to it as a he rather than it. So instead of saying, can you show me where it is? You say? Can you show me where he is for evil. My mantra. Who e d Preacher Pilot Havoc view Preacher Pilot Do can I speak with you? It's you, pal. Do It's you, pal. Do are you lost? You can palm you compound Baku May Plateau I understand a lot, but not everything available today in tablet for some person We've Oto in tablet pose and person can you find a table for five people? 60. 3 Minute French Lesson 49l: What we'll do now are some recap translations to incorporate words and phrases that we learned in previous lessons. How do you say in French? I would like a table for four, please. You would say in Tablet Cool Cat, A civil play Did you win? The Heisman Tablet will catalyse Ripley. How much is it for six days? Se communion procedure, say Comey on procedural. It's 30 euros per month. Se taunt a whole family se taunt. Aho. Pamela, it's 80 euros. Say get her Vantu hole. They can't Travanti a whole. How much is it for four days, Seiko? Me Ample. Katherine Seiko. Me Ample. I think it's fantastic. Mom was a fantastic for more Say fantastic. It isn't good. It's absolutely extraordinary. Sunni Pabon, stay absolute mont extraordinaire. Sunni baboon Say absolute Montek starred in there. Everything is here to TTC total to see how much is it for two days, Seiko? Me Ample. Do you say come Yongpo? Did you excuse me? The bill, please Excuse me. More lettuce. Johnson! Roupoli. Excuse them were logician. Civil plea 61. 3 Minute French Lesson 49m: and now we'll do some French to English Recap. Translations? What do these French sentences mean in English? Sunni Pap. Okay. Safe or more Sunni Pep ol staple More. It isn't for her. It's for me. Jude Radio in tablet for 2017 play. You would raise your tablet for 20 f so conceivably id like a table for three people, please. We support Ramamurthy. We see Paul. Mom Elsie? Yes, it's for me. Thank you. Sunni path fantastic May see table Sunni path Fantastic Makes trouble. It isn't fantastic but it's very good. And coffee for more. I'm Cafe pmoi A coffee for me Madan a profit madan a profit. My turkey is perfect. You've raised your advances. Did you raise Esugei live on C roupoli? I would like to try the wine. Please say we'd start a whole say with Santa Hole. It's 800 euros. Sassy madan Satsuma Dunned. That's my turkey Previous a yellow police in play please. Just regular policing will play. Can I try the chicken, please? 62. 3 Minute French Lesson 50a: We'll start this lesson with a quick recap of the words and phrases that we learned in the last lesson. Had his aim French to find to pay lost pound You I am lost. Is your seat algae I've lost use a pound You I understand. Did you camp on? I don't understand. Gen Calm Pompa, I understand you. Did you have to come home? I don't understand you, Jean Luc Pompa to speak properly. A slowly launch moon. Now here's your first phrase for this lesson. You just see just say it means I know is you see you can use just see to mean I know, But you can also use it to mean I know how. For example, if you look at this sentence did you say pilot Francie, Did you see by Les Francais It means I know how to speak French literally. It means I know to speak French But you can use the phrase just see to mean I know or I know how. Another example is as you say, affair. You just sail affair and this means I know how to do it literally. It means I know to do it. But in French just say can be translated into English, as I know or I know how so in French you don't need to use the word for how in this situation you simply say you just stay and then you put available in the end. Another point to note is that the French would never say I can speak French or I can speak English using jumper instead of saying I can. They would always use I know how by using Just see Did you say, pal infancy? It only means I can speak French and English or literally I know how to speak French and English. You say belief on say it only. So how would you say in French? I know how to speak French. Did you say pal infancy? Did you say, pal? If Francie or how would you say I can speak French? Is your safe patty from C? Did you say Bailly fancy? So don't forget that in French. Rarely would you hear somebody say super Bali Francais. They tend to say just say belief on steam. If you used Juniper however, instead of just say by mistake, you would be perfectly understood. So if you did say you put Bali fancy. They would know what you mean. But generally you would hear just say ballet fluency, which literally means I know how to speak French rather than I can speak French. 63. 3 Minute French Lesson 50b: How would you say in French? I know what time dinner is. Literally. You would say I know what time is the dinner? Just say I killer eluded me. Just say I Kayla led me. I know where Just say you just say you. So you just say means I know Well, you can make it negative And you get Jin Saper June Saper Word for word. It's your note Saper But just like when we had Junior Pepper and I said You can pronounce it June Pepper When it's saying Junior Scapa, you can se Jin's EPA So June state bar means I don't know How would you say in French? I don't know how to speak Spanish June se papal espanol Giuseppe Palais Espanol So you don't need to say the word for how so Jin Saper means I don't know or I don't know how Using June se pa instead of gin Pippa, how would you say in French? I can't speak Italian, but I can speak French. June se papal Italian made you say pal infancy. You shouldn't say pop a little young major Stapley Francie. And so again, in this situation in French rather than saying I can't speak Italian. They would say I don't know how to speak Italian How would you say? I don't know where I can buy a map? Usually. Say Papa. Hoosier Pash day I'm Plum June se Paso Splash the employees I don't know where I ate yesterday, but the food was delicious. June se pa Jamon Jay A male a no hitter It in Dallas years June se paso Jame O J Yeah. Made a no hitter Critical issues. And so Lando Hite drill Don't forget is feminine. So instead of saying the list year, we say the list use. 64. 3 Minute French Lesson 50c: How would you say in French? I don't know where I can find something for Pierre. Jenna. Say Papa. Hoosier Petrovac Ankle shows Pierre una se paso Jupiter baking shows propia I don't know where I am. Jenna Scapa Usui. You shouldn't say passenger sweet. I don't know where he is. June se power. Really? You didn't say pass. Really? I don't know where you are. Move with it. You shouldn't say Plaza was that I don't know where I'm going. Gin sepa Mousavi, you shouldn't say pazzo. Juvie. So one of the sentences that I've had power followed by whom you can liaise the s on the end of path with the start of a new. So agents say Papa Rouget or June se paso juvie. How would you say I don't know where you're going, June Saper. Who easily? Just a passing easily Or how would you say simply? I don't know. June se pa June Scapa. And I'll just point out that it isn't incorrect to say is you know, Sepah, So you can pronounce every single word Juno Sepah. But you'll hear more often, June Saper Also a lot of the time when you're listening to French people speak in the negative, you'll hear them miss out the no altogether. So even in phrases like soon a per. In speaking, you might hear it sepa cibo. And that's because the power makes it clear that it's negative. And so, in speaking, you don't really need the nerve. I would always suggest that you use the now I always use in a. But when you're hearing native French speakers speak, sometimes they miss out the nerve all together. So instead of Sunni Ba, you might hear Ceiba instead, off June Pepe, you might hear you Pepper instead of gin Saper. You might hear you say Papa. So this is just because the power makes it clear that it's negative. So June Sepah, just a pa, they both mean, I don't know. Missing the no off off negative phrases is very informal, and so I don't suggest that you do it yourself, but you might hear French people missing it off 65. 3 Minute French Lesson 50d: So we've seen that is you see can mean I know or I know how June se pa means I don't know or I don't know how. While your next phrase is related to those savvy view savvy boom, it means, Do you know or do you know how seven view? So just like with you, just say origin Saper You can put any verb on the end off survival to say, Do you know how to do something? So how would you say in French? Do you know how to speak English? Savvy Voo parlay only savvy Voo parlay only so savvy evil in this sentence means Do you know how? But it can also just mean Do you know? So how would you say in French? Do you know where the bank is? Savvy Vou will a bunk seven usual among now. You might have got this last translation a little bit wrong. Did you say savvy? Vou LeBlanc? A Well, that literally means Do you know where the bank is? But in French instead they say, Do you know where is the bank savvy vou way LeBlanc So the is goes in front of the place, Savvy vou way. LeBlanc. Do you know where is the bank or another example would be savvy Vou way Lunesta home seven . Venezuela has to home. It means Do you know where the restaurant is? But literally, it means Do you know where is the restaurant? And so I've said this before that you can't really put the word a on the end off a sentence in French. And so instead you change it round, you say? Do you know where is the restaurant savvy? Vou will arrest a home. How would you say in French? Do you know where Pierre is so little? You would say? Do you know where is Pierre? Seven New way Pierre Savvy Vou way Pierre, If you did say savvy Boo hoo pf a again, you would be understood, Andi. Friendship would know what you mean. It just sounds a little bit odd to French years. And so it sounds just as odd to them as it would to us if they said, Do you know where is Pierre? And so you know what they mean? But it sounds a little bit odd. Very French savvy. Vou wait here in English, we say, Do you know where Pierre is? 66. 3 Minute French Lesson 50e: How would you say in French? Do you know where the restaurant is? Savvy. Vou Weight of a song Savvy Venezuela is the home so literally. Do you know where is the restaurant Now? Let's add another phrase. You just sweet Vezelay just three days early. This means I am sorry just three days early. So how would you say in French? I'm sorry, but it's terrible. Just three days early. May say Terry. Just sweet Disraeli. Maisie Terrible. I'm sorry, but I don't know. Did you see this early major in Scapa just three days early. Major Saper, how would you say I'm sorry, but I haven't made a reservation. Just we deserve Lamy. Ginny Palffy in the House of Esteem Just we literally made any profit, you know, Had a question. I'm sorry, but I'm lost just three days away. May just repelled you. Just we That's all a major city pound you Or how do you think you would say? I'm very sorry, but I don't understand you. Can you speak more slowly? Please Just re traded early Major invoke um Pompa Peuple a prolonged conceivably just re traders only major in vocal Pompa Peuple A prudent Mancebo plea. Well, how would you say I'm sorry, but it isn't possible. Just three days early. May sneak Papacy blue just three days early. May sleep a possible 67. 3 Minute French Lesson 50f: So we've seen that just three days really means I'm sorry. Well, let's add another way of saying Sorry. Found on Panhandle the word pound on means Sorry or excuse me. So you can also use it as an alternative to excuse him or you can say a handle. So using this new word, how would you say in French? Sorry, I don't understand you, Pompa, Madam Pompa. Or how would you say sorry after bumping into somebody in French? Pound on hell, No. So, pal Don is a very useful word because you can use it to mean sorry when it is not a serious thing. So if you want to get past somebody who's a pound on instead of excusing more or if you bump into somebody backs didn't you can say pound on? You can also say Just read. There's only in that situation, but more often than not, you'll hear somebody just say you, pal. So in this lesson, we've had just stay, which could mean I know or I know how. So you can put a web on the end on get something like, as you say by the fancy. So you say belief Wednesday means literally. I know how to speak French, but in English, we tend to say I can speak French. So if you want to say I can speak French, you would say Just say Bailly Fonsi rather than usual. Polly Fancy. We had juice a pa Giuseppina, which means I don't know or I don't know how savvy vou savvy boo means. Do you know, or do you know how and again you can put any verb on the end of survival? Seven Buffet RSA means Do you know how to do that? Or several Bali Fancy? You know how to speak French. So, seven, do you know, just three days early? Just three days early Means I'm sorry. And then pound on is another way to say sorry or Excuse me, madam. 68. 3 Minute French Lesson 50g: It's time now to practice what we've learned in this lesson. How do you say in French? I can't speak French. Jim is a back alley. Francie, you shouldn't say properly. Fancy. I'm sorry, but I haven't made a reservation. Just read is only me. Johnny Palffy, you know, is your street this early mission a profit, you know, has a vast Do you know where I can hire a car? Savvy vou? Would you, Pollux, invite you savvy voodoo Tripoli Way on what you do? You know where I can buy a map? Savvy vou crashed savvy Volusia Pashto plan. Sorry, I don't didn't send you found on com. Pompa found on June Vulcan. Pompa I'm sorry, but it's absolutely terrible here. Just three days early. May sit absolute Monta rib Lacey, Just three days early. Makes it absolute monetary policy. I don't know where we hide the car. Genscape unions have only weighed about you. You say passengers have only We laugh at you. Do you know if it's possible for me to pay here? Savage uses a placebo. Casey Savage who sees a possible do pay a c. Do you know what time the breakfast is at the hotel savvy Vujacic Ella Ella Pretty regional hotel Sorry. It was a killer in the Patijn Yellowtail. Sorry. Foundem found on. 69. 3 Minute French Lesson 50h: Now let's have a go at doing some reverse translations. What did these French sentences mean in English? Is your sale affair is your sale affair? I know how to do it. You say pilot for say a only as you say pilot Francaise it. Only I can speak French and English or literally I know how to speak French and English. Just a passenger. V. You shouldn't say passel juvie. I don't know where I'm going. Your suite? There's only, um agents. A paddle. Who's that? You're three days early. May convey puzzle. Brouzet. I'm sorry, but I don't know where you are. Seven Rupali, Only seven. Rupali only Can you speak English or literary? Do you know how to speak English? Seven new Wailer esta home savvy Venezuela has to home. Do you know where the restaurant is? You just see Those are lame agency power. Just three days early. Major in sipper. I'm sorry, but I don't know Is your sweet That's really me Just to pound you. Did you see that are late? May just you pal. New. I'm sorry, but I'm lost. You say Polly amp it fancy. Did you say Polly? I'm pretty, Francie I can speak a bit of French. Is your sweet this really major propensity. Just three days early. Major capacity. I'm sorry, but I can't help. 70. 3 Minute French Lesson 50i: What we'll do now are some recap translations to incorporate words and phrases that we learned in previous lessons. How do you say in French? Do you have this in Brown? Have a vote to see on my home I refuse to see on my home. Turn left after the traffic lights. Tony, I go shop any food. Tonia Goche are plainly food. Are you going to try the wine? Leave us a live on, I believe was a galavan. No, he isn't here. No, in a pissy no in a policy. How much is the chicken? Say Communist poorly. Si com Yellow pool It's a bit too big. Sit on pit hogan. Sit down. Pit home. It's quarter past 10. You d sell a car if they dis Africa. It's at quarter past 10 Said that the Celica said that. Decell Can I pay the bill later? Pretty p a ladies Pretty p a lady Some puta. Where is the botanical garden Way Usually about Aneke. Who will you gendarme? Both Aneke 71. 3 Minute French Lesson 50j: Now let's do some French to English Recap. Translations. What do these front end? This is mean in English. I don't know. Pre like later, Pierre? I don't know. Pre likely into care. Have we taken PS key? J R Montana. Jeff Vader, Fail mental. I'm going to do it now. Tony ago. Sh a city. And what? Tony ago? She said that what turn left on day is on the right. Jubei Pablo esta June vapor wasa. I'm not going to drink that. Have a voodoo Calfee have a voodoo cafe. Do you have any coffee who believe with the mountain who believe without a mountain? Where do you want to go now? Oh, home por Panella. Premier Thought T oh, home Want Panetta Premium 40 at the roundabout. Take the first exit. Aviv. Ooh, Say show So on, John, Have a boo. Say show seongjoon. Do you have issues in yellow? Sable? Sable? It's beautiful. You would raise your shoma leisure mo if you would raise your charm, huh? Perfectly you I would like a room with twin beds 72. 3 Minute French Lesson 51a: 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 know. Did you see? I don't know. I can speak French. Did you say Polly Francais? Which literally means I know how to speak French. Do you know, savvy view? I'm sorry. Just three days early. Sorry or excuse me. Foundem, can you remember that a few lessons ago I introduced you to the first structure in French. It was a structure that enabled you to ask questions. For example, Cook Valley View Mongie meant, What do you want to eat when you can also use this first structure in a non question former that have a quick recap off the structure as a question. So structure one in the question format consists off just three parts. Cook Valley View, Moon Jae. What do you want to eat? So you've got a question word, an infinitive carrier and an infinitive. And remember that we said we can add the optional fourth part of the extra information so you'll get something like really rumoured. J says Swahr. What do you want to eat tonight? but you've still got the question. Would infinitive carrier an infinitive with the extra information on the end? To use this structure when you're not asking a question is quite simple. You just take the question we're off and flip the infinitive carrier around. You have probably noticed that the infinitive carriers are made up of two parts. You simply flip them around to make them into a non question. Let me show you what I mean. Let's compare a question on a non question in the structure. One format could prove a view. Mongie means what can you eat? Cooked? Prove able, Margie. But if you take off the question word the could and you flip the infinitive carrier around , so prove the rule. Flip it round to vou movie group movie in a question format movie who has a hyphen. But when you flip it around and you put the ball first, the hyping disappear. So full pool game is you can say you can say vou prove a Mongie. You can eat where you could put something on the end. A group of a moon Jae pluta You can eat later. So cooper of evil Margie, what can you eat? A group of a moon moon jae you can eat later 73. 3 Minute French Lesson 51b: so the infinitive carrier prove evil means, can you? And if you flip it around, you get a group movie. Which means you can, for example, a group of a moon Jae, You can eat a group of a rap. Yeah, you can see Pierre a group of AI later. Mom, you can go tomorrow. You can do this with any of the infinitive carriers, except for one. When you flip around the infinitive carrier, please Asia, it changes slightly and you get gyp. Is your paper pre Jha means can I? And Jumper means I can say, for example, Juniper McGee. I can eat. I can see Pierre, you put an edema. I can go tomorrow. Let's look at two lists. One with infinitive carriers as questions and then with the inventor carriers as non questions. So we've got Lesia Meaning Can I of evil? Meaning? Can you Valley view? Meaning? Do you want I leave you? Are you going, Driedger? Do I have to? Or most I on Dr Evil. Do you have to? Almost you. Well, let's now flick them all around. So remember, Please you when you flip it round. Changes slightly. None of the rest of them do. But this 1st 1 becomes jumper. I can. If we change poopy, you get vou Prove a rupo means you can of will evil would become volley ruefully. Meaning you want I leave you means? Are you going on, def? You flip that round, you get rule Ali. Meaning you are going. Do Roger Do I have to? Almost I becomes meaning. I have to. Why most? And then do they rule? Which means do you have to almost you becomes Voo Doo V, which means you have to or you most divvy. Let me give you two more infinitive carries that you can use in the non question Juve Juve means I want Juve and juvie. Juvie means I'm going juvie. So how would you say in French you can buy something here for Pierre Vu Prove a ash take and shows a CPA appear a group of a hashtag Yakusho disappear 74. 3 Minute French Lesson 51c: So how would you say in French you can buy it later, Rupel. They last a puta. A group of a life. Staple it down. I can see it is your foot. Live wire is your period of Wow. If you've done the three minute French course and you'll know what this look here means. But if not, let me just explain. If you put the word look in front of any infinitive, then it means it. So I can see it. Super where or the last one was? You can buy it later. Vou prove a lash day. Pluta, How would you say in French? I can buy something here. Jumper Ashton Kelle co shows is your rash thinking gosh or the sea? You can buy something at the supermarket. A group of a Ashton Kucher shows or suit? Marshy Rupo Vastic ago shows or supermodel? She I can buy some cheese. Jeff Pash, they do for Mars. Is your flash state do for Mars? I can buy something for my mom. Here is your passion Take ago shows you pash ticket. You're going to be tired tomorrow. Was that a fatty game? Dima? A cinema. The s at the end of rule can link with the A at the start of Ali and will make a set sound . So you'll have Rosalie rather than Ali. You can save O L. A. That's fine. But it sounds nicer than French to save you easily with a ETRA. Fatima, you were going to be tired tomorrow. I have to be there soon. Jaguar. Ptolemy Anto Petrol. Amy in tow. You can bring it for Pierre Vu prevail about a propia rupe away. Laporta Propia You can buy it later. Approval A staple group away last April I must say something you'd Wadia Kako shows should Wadia kako shows. 75. 3 Minute French Lesson 51d: So how would you say in French? I can bring it for John Cipolla Pate, Persian. I have to start student. Common. Say bientot. Common. Say bientot. You can eat something at the restaurant group away. Monica shows restaurant A group of a moon Jae Keiko shows restaurant. I have to leave tomorrow. You should watch party. At the moment you can buy something in Paris. A group of a ash. Takako shows Apache. You're going to be there soon. Rosalia. Taliban toe Rosalia Ptolemy in tow. You must go now. Voodoo. Very early months now. Very mental. You have to leave tomorrow. Would've a party of the man. Emma, you can buy it tomorrow. A group of a lot. You must say something Voodoo. Ovadia Kako shows video shows You can bring it with you. Rupo Veda. Pathetic. A group of a laptop. I want to eat something. Your mom? Juve! Mongie! Keiko shows you're going to spend too much money Was laid upon statehood. Azure? Was that a dip on statehood? I must find the hotel. Should what? Who will hotel should what? Huvelle Hotel. I'm going to change it now. Juve! Javadi Shaun! Gee, Montana 76. 3 Minute French Lesson 51e: So how would you say in French? You're going to buy too much was slash NATO Rosalia Stato. I want to buy something here. Cash. Take a sec. Jerash, take a sec. You can buy it in Marseille. A group of a lot rubella. Stay. You must strengthen thing. Motivate black and cashews would have a black echo. Shows I can bring it tomorrow. Japan often. Emma, You can buy something from Marie Rupo. Vash taken Kershaw's formality buffet at stake. I can buy it. Today is your last day was ready. I can buy it later. Cipolla Staple, I can buy it tomorrow. Is your rash cinema? You poor lasted a man. I want to be lower Shelton tomorrow. Voila! What? You have to call Michelle Votive a up. Really? Michelle Voodoo. They happily Michelle. I'm going to call Michelle tomorrow. Juve! Napoli! Michelle Obama! Juve! Napoli! Michelle Demon! I want to spend three weeks there. Juve! Past twisted Minella. Juve passed a twist. Minella 77. 3 Minute French Lesson 51f: So how would you say in French? I'm going to order the chicken for Pierre Jovica Mandela Pool a propia Juve Common Della, pull a propia. I must change the reservation. Russia. I must go now. John Wiley man's. No. You should watch any mental. You must eat something. I would give a more Chicago shows. I would give a moon Jae Keiko shows you can buy something here. A group of a ash take ago shows the sea a group of ash. Take a sec. I'm going to do it later. Javelin Pluta is your Vada Phablet thou? You have to be an Exxon province tomorrow. Veta Example. Most IMA who do they eat? Her example Most Amman. You have to start soon, Dave A coma Say Viento for the Tecumseh Bientot. You can buy something at the Hotel Rupo. Vastic shows a group of a ash Take a cash Ozal hotel. You can bring it for David. A group of a pate POH Davina Rope available. Tipo David, You must change it now would develop Sean German voodoo video shown Germans? No, I have to call Marie happily married. You are happily mafi. I have to be in Calais Tomorrow you should write a Canada MMA. You get a Canada Mom, you have to be that soon. Rudy Vet Kalemie in tow. Voodoo Viet Salome Anto I'm going to buy it today Is your radar stairs ready? JaVale A stay order So they have it. The first French structure in a non question form. Voepel Game on J. C. You can eat here. Rupo V is the infinitive carrier. More G is the infinitive on then E c is some extra information. 78. 3 Minute French Lesson 52a: let's start this lesson with a quick recap off the words on phrases that we learned in the last lesson. How do you say in French? I can You can A group of e You want Veuve Willie, You're going. Usually I have to You have to voodoo they now We've already had this next word s A G s A. It means to try Essie. We've seen that it can be used with food and drink to say what you'd like to try. However, what if you want to say I want to try to speak French? Well, when you want to say to try to do something there's a little word that has to be used with S A and that's do it doesn't mean anything in this situation, but it allows you to put a verb on the end off s A so that it almost becomes an infinitive carrier. So s a a do means to try to have a look at these examples. Juve A s a du Palais. Fancy Juve's saying the palate, Francie, It means I'm going to try to speak French. So you put the door after s a G. So that you can put a verb after that. So s a a dirt to try to. And then you can put the verb Palais, which means to speak s a a the Bali fancy to try to speak French or C the to marry Jaguar s a a the taubate. I have to try to find Marie So again, after the verb s a we say do so that we can then use the very 12 a s a a 12 a to try to find. So just to reiterate s a do means to try to How would you say in French? I have to try to speak French. Jaguar Say the poly Francie Jean, do as I say the Palais fancy. Are you going to try to speak French? Olivo is the the poly Francie, leave us a du Palais Francais. And so after s a If you want to put another verb to say that you're trying to do something , then you just have to remember to use the little word do essay due to try to 79. 3 Minute French Lesson 52b: How would you say in French? I want to try to call Marie Juve s a happily marry Juve s au Napoli Mafi. So here the would do shortens two d apostrophe. And that's because it's in front, off a vowel. So whenever you have the word dirt in front of a vowel or where that starts with the letter page, then do shortens two D apostrophe. How would you say in French you must try to be here tomorrow. Voodoo, They esugei that crazy demand. Who do you say that? And so again here the dirt shortens two D apostrophe because the verb ETA starts with a vow . How would you say I'm going to try to be here tomorrow? J s a a debt cinema. Jesus A that you see the man. What are you going to try to do? Malibu estate affair? Leave us a fair in the past tense. You can change the verb s A to this J s A And so because s a ends in an e. R. We removed the er aan de replace it with an e with an accent. And so we get s a g and then we use the auxiliary verb. J J s a means I have tried or I tried. And again if report a dirt on the end, we get J s a do which means I have tried to or I tried to. So how would you say in French? I have tried to speak French. J s a pal. Infancy J s A Du Palais Fancy. 80. 3 Minute French Lesson 52c: How would you say in French? I tried to call Marie J s a happily married J s A that prima He So the dirt shortens two d apostrophe in front of the word happily because it starts with a vowel. How would you say I tried the cheese on? Don't forget you only put the dough if you want to put a verb after it. And so in this sentence I tried the cheese while cheese isn't a verb, so you don't need the word Duh J A s a tale of home are j s a lift. And so you only put the dough when you're saying that you tried to do something in this sentence, you just tried the cheese g s a hell of homage. How would you ask? Have you tried the wine? Do they say you live on? I have a bruise s a move on Or how would you say I have tried to speak French, but it's too difficult. On the word for difficult in French is Difficile Diffie seal spelled d i f f I see. I l e difficile J s a du Palais francais may say ta difficile J s a the palate forms. Say may say, Ta difficile. I tried the wine gsc and move on J s a liver. I try to find it. J s a Dolittle J s a Dolittle. You might be wondering here why the dough on the lure haven't contracted to form. Do well, duh handler only contract. When the means the in descendants, the word low stands for it. And so when look means it, you don't contract. When low means the that's when does and low become do so in this sentence, you just say J s a lulu to be. 81. 3 Minute French Lesson 52d: How would you say in French? I tried to make a reservation booked. The restaurant is too busy. J s a the fair. You know, Address soon made of s a home, A top Ochopee J A C A D fl You know how the vessel Miller s a home? A top of group B. So we've had in this lesson so far, the verb s a which means to try if you put the word do after s A s a do means to try to And you can put a verb on the end to say that you're trying to do something. And then we had the past tense of the verb s A a J s A. Which means I tried. And again you can put a dirt on the end of this J s A a do means I tried to, and then you can put a vivid after that. So J s a gay means I tried or I have tried where we can put a little bit extra in there and we get Julie s A Julie s A. It means I have tried it. Julie s a So how would you say in French. Yes, I have tried it. Three. Juliet, we Julie s a on weaken. Take Julie s A and make it negative. And we get Juna Lay possess e Jenna and again the azure and the new you'll hear pronounced June So this phrase will sound bit more like Julie possess E And it means I haven't tried it Generally possess a So how would you say No? I haven't tried it. No, si, no. Julie C Now, remember how you comport low in front of a verb to mean it? For example, Julia Compon means I understand it. Or Javert affair. I want to do it off, Liviu, which means do you want to eat it? Well, if you're talking in the past, you always put the low in front of the auxiliary verb. So Julie Fe, for example, means I have done it. So the auxiliary verb is the A. Which means have Julie Fay. Julie Monsey. Julie Mongie means I have eaten it. Love, Eva Mongie means have you eaten it? And so the auxiliary verb in this is a V So lovey vou Mongie El la p a l Lappi Yea means she paid it so whenever you have the past tense and you want to say it. You put the word lor in front of the auxiliary verb on because the auxiliary verb always starts with the letter A in French. Then the word le will shorten to l apostrophe. And that's what we have. Julie Foucher, Julie Mong La Mongie. So how would you say in French? I ate it. Did you lay? Margie, Julie Mongie? 82. 3 Minute French Lesson 52e: How would you say in French? I have eaten it. Julie s a Julie s a How would you say I didn't eat it? Andi, The same rule applies even in the negative. The word for it, which is look, goes straight in front of the auxiliary verb, which in this sentence would be a Pamela generally. So normally you have June epa, which means I didn't or I haven't. And if you want to put the word it in there, that it has to go in front off the a part. So rather than saying Jeunet Pa, you say Jenna Labor Jenna Leper Mongie. I didn't eat it on the jury. And the ner sound like June gin Leper Mongie. So it's quite tricky to hear the look when it's spoken quickly. June lay palm, Andrzej. But the look goes straight in front of the auxiliary verb. Always. So how would you say in French? I haven't eaten it. Who's in late? Have you eaten it? Love? Even Mongie love even more. He didn't eat it in Alabama. Gee, in a pop machine. So he'll Napa is normally he didn't or he hasn't. And you put the word look in front of the which is the over reverb une la bar. And so just like when we said jute and new in speaking sound a lot like June while the same thing happens with eel and know Rather than saying eel new laptop Moon jae you'll hear French people liaise them together slightly and it'll sound like in Lapa McGee, he didn't eat it. How would you say they ate it alone? Muji ILO managing So the on is the octu reverb in this sentence on the word look goes in front of that deal Long Mongie It might be tricky at first toe. Figure out where the look goes because you're trying to think what's the ordinary lib? But eventually with time it will get faster. And so what you could do is take the word it out of a sentence in English on Think first. How do you say they ate while they ate? Is een own Mongie? And then you've got to try and slip the word low in front of the auxiliary verb. So he'll long Mongie, you know Margie 83. 3 Minute French Lesson 52f: How would you say in French we didn't eat it? Noon 11 Pop Muji Noona, Labonte, Muji. And so to try and break this down, we can say firstly Well, how do we say we ate? Which is news? Irvan. Mongie. Then we have to make it negative. New Navin Pop McGee. And then we have to put the word it in there somewhere while it goes straight in front of the auxiliary verb, which in this sentence is album Noon. 11. Pop Muji, Nu 11 Pat McGee. We didn't eat it now in French. When you put the low in front of a verb, it can either mean it as we've already seen. But it can also mean him, for example, Julie Vu, Julie do this can mean I have seen eight. Or it could mean I have seen him. Another example is Jaguar V. Joe Douala. To me, this can mean either I have to find eight. Oh, I have to find him. The situation will tell you whether it means it or him. But occasionally in French, it can get a little bit tricky trying to figure out whether they mean it or him. If you want to say her then simply port la in front of the verb instead of love. So you've a la voie. This means I'm going to see her juvie. La voie. Another example is Juve Lavoie Did you ever watch? Which means I want to see her. And so if you put Lor in front of a verb than it means it or him. And if you put laugh in front of a verb, then it means her now. One little thing to remember is that when you're talking in the past tense and you use the word for her Orla, then you have to add an E to the end of the past participle. This is because the low onda la both just become l apostrophe in front of the auxiliary verb. So it helps to tell whether you're talking about him or her. For example, the sentence Julie View, Did you leave? You can mean either I have seen him or I have seen her because the L is short for even lower or LA, and we can't tell. So in writing to make it clear as to whether you're speaking about him or her, you can add an e to the end of the past participle if you're talking about her. And so Julie Vu with No e can only mean I have seen him. But then Julie Vu with an E on the end can only mean I have seen her. In speaking. They sound the same. And so in spoken French, it's harder to tell. Brought in written French. If you see an E on the end of the past participle Andi an l apostrophe in front of the auxiliary verb, then the L apostrophe has to send for her. So did you leave you? I have seen him, Julie View with an E on the end. I have seen her. Another example would be lovey vou to V Love, even to pay if there's no extra E than it means. Have you found him more? Have you found eight And Love Evo Movie with an extra E on the end can only mean Have you found her? So Levy routes away Lovey vote movie. In spoken French, you can tell the difference, but in Richmond, French, if there's an extra E, then it means her now. This is only when you have a past participle If you're not speaking about the past tense, then it just stays the same. So Julia Compon means I understand him. And Julia Kompong means I understand her. And that's because there's no uncertainty in these two sentences as to which one means him on which one means her. Because the look and the lab are in their complete form. There's no contraction to l apostrophe. So Julia Kompong, I understand him. Gela, Kompong. I understand her on the verb compound doesn't have to change its only when you're speaking about the past tense that you have to add the extra E to the end if you're speaking about her. 84. 3 Minute French Lesson 52g: How would you say in French? I saw him yesterday. Did you leave you here? Did you leave you? Yeah, I saw her yesterday. Usually view. Yeah, Julie view here. But you have to put an extra e on the end off. Do so, Julie. View year with an E means I saw her yesterday. How would you say I found him here? Julie To a pc. Julie to see? I found her here July 2. May see Jele to obey EEC with an extra e on the movie on the passport. Izabal, How would you say I understand him? Julia Camp home. Did you Look, Come home. I understand. For is your home is your company. How would you say I'm going to see him? Juve Lavoie. Juvie, Lavoie. Where I'm going to see her Juve a lot Juvie. Lava. So in this lesson, we've had s a t, which means to try. I say, hey, do means to try to and then to try to do something. J s a Adir means I tried to Julie s a means I tried eight Generally possess a means. I haven't tried it or I didn't try it. Live y means to see him and lap voir means to see her on. Then in the past, if you said Julie View, it means I saw him. And if you say Julie View and put an E on the end off the view, then it means I saw her. 85. 3 Minute French Lesson 52h: It's time now to practice what we've learned in this lesson. How do you say in French? Are you going to try to make a reservation? Liviu, Essay the fair. You know, I'll leave you to say you the fare. You know how the vast I have to try to find the passports you do are associated to Bailey passport. They say the two really passport. I tried it, but it wasn't very good. Julie s a Mason. It'd patrimony. Julie s a Mason. It'd patrimony. I didn't try it. Julie possess e generally possess e. I tried to call Marie yesterday. G s a G Beverly Marty. Yeah. G s a doctor. Leymarie year. When are you going to see it? Can't believe we live while conta leave Lavoie. I saw her yesterday in Paris. Did you leave you? Yeah. A party, Julie View year. A puffing. Did you try the cheese? Every view, Estela. Former. I have a bruise is a game of homage. I've done it now. Julie. Fee mental, usually fee mental. They didn't buy it. You know, lump a dusty una loompa stay 86. 3 Minute French Lesson 52i: Now let's have a go at doing some reverse translations. What do these French sentences mean in English? Juve. Lavoie, Juve. Lavoie. I want to see it or not. I mean, I want to see him. Julia camp is your home. I understand her. JPL Dumas. Watch your here. May Gillette. Who? JPL Dumas watcher here Major late. Who? They? I lost my car yesterday, but I found it today. And in this sentence in English, The It refers to my car, which in French is a feminine known mav. Watch so in French, instead of calling it it, you have to say her. And so the centers in French would be. I lost my car yesterday, but I found her today. And that's why there's an extra e on the end of the movie because the L apostrophe stands for LA So it's the feminine version of it. So jpl Duma Pachulia major late Baojun, What does this mean? You look upon you Look at home. I understand him. Oh, I understand it news of, say, a common Delavan a francais may set a ta difficile news avanza say get the common galavan often say makes it a top difficile. We try to order the wine in French, but it was too difficult. You need possessed a universe you need possess a live on. I didn't try the wine. Watch a little movie you'd want to be. I have to find it. Or I have to find him. Noon 11. Pamela Gee, nu 11. We didn't eat it or close. I mean, we haven't eating it. Julia, I sleep over. Julia, step over you. I bought it for you. I have a bruise to say you to. Torbay. Pierre, Have a bouquet. Say the Torbay. Pierre, Did you try to find Pierre? Or it could also mean. Have you tried to find Pierre? 87. 3 Minute French Lesson 52j: 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? She isn't tired. Naper fatigue in a prophet E G Do you have a table for two People have a view You in tablet do person have a using tablet for the person? The reservation is at half past five LA has ever soon it a sanctuary Do need have assume It has thanked me. How much is it for six days? Stay calm. Empathy Jewel Say come beyond poor seizure. I would like some butter is you that I do bear? Did you know that? I do. Bear. I'm going to John's house later. Juve. A shade Juve Shizhen Preta! Do you want to change it? I believe I believe you. I want to see Mr Blue. Jeff. Where? Monsieur Bulow. Juve Want Monsieur Blue for lunch? I would like a baguette. Pull it, Ginny. You good writing Bag it. Pull! It is in Asia for the resin. Bag it. So don't forget that in French you have to say for village or for the dinner or for the breakfast. How would you say I like the red coat, but I preferred him. Blue Jim Lamont. Oh, Who's measure affair on Blue? Jim Lamont. Oh, who's measure affair? 88. 3 Minute French Lesson 52k: Now we'll do some French to English Recap. Translations? What do these French sentences mean in English? That's a Tokyo home from war. That's a talk home from work. That's too big for me. June Puzzle applies Montano May June Raisel a Preta You have a puzzle? A placement? No. May June Raisel a puta! I'm not going to the beach now. But I would like to go later. Kill a super kill A soup! What is the soup? L a hotel. You like a hotel? He's at the hotel. Montolivo! Montolivo! How are you soon A P E c Sunni possessed! See, Saleh, it isn't here. It's there. La Duse Nomad Ladouceur New Masipa. The shower doesn't work. We ve apple cinnamon. We just happily the mom? Yes, I'm going to Paris tomorrow. Sally Saloon. Hi, Broccoli. Elijah, How do I get to the train station? 89. 3 Minute French Lesson 53a: Let's start this lesson with a quick recap off the words and phrases that we learned in the last lesson. How do you say in French to try s a to try to I say Ender. I tried to J a Seder. I tried it. Julie s a I haven't tried it. Julie possess e to see him live wire, which can also mean to see it to see her. LeVoir. I saw him. Did you leave you? I saw her. Did you leave you with an E on the end? So don't forget when you want to say her in the past tense, you place the look in front of the auxiliary verb. But you also have to put an E on the end off past participle. That's why it's usually a view with an E on that so that you can tell that the low sends for her and not him. Here's your first phrase for this lesson. Gin prove EPA gene pool. It means I couldn't. Andi. It's an infinitive carrier, which means that you can put any infinitive on the end of it. So, Jenna, prove a pigeon poop. How would you say I couldn't do it gene pool people affair is, you know, poor people affair. I couldn't find him jump over a power to be Jean Petipa. Little B And that could also mean I couldn't find it. I couldn't see Marie Gin prove a pattern. Gin prove a pat who they marry. I couldn't buy it because it was too expensive. You should be republished. A Pasco City, Tasha Gymboree. But last day, basket sedate Tasha. 90. 3 Minute French Lesson 53b: this next phrase is another infinitive carrier. Joyfully, you're really it means I wanted You're really And so because it's an infinitive carrier, you can put any verb on the end of it. So how would you say I wanted to go? Julie Ali Juve will easily I wanted to try to find Pierre. Julie, say the to appear Juve, Lazio say the tour a peer. I wanted to go to the beach, but I couldn't find it. Julie Layla, Plot May Juve Little Arop Large major Input A pilot Who? Me? And so Just noticed that in this sentence, the it is referring to the beach which in French Lap Lodge is a feminine object. So instead of saying I couldn't find it, you should say I couldn't find her Chin pok pat Lola to be How would you say I wanted to hire a car, but it was too expensive. Julie Lewin, Watcher makes it a Tasha Juve. Layaway in Watcher may sedate or share. I wanted to buy something for Pierre, but I couldn't find the souvenir shop. Julie Ashtray Keiko shows propia mission Prove a pattern of a limb. Alexander, suit me Juve Laser Stakic assures propia mission Poopy Patra Vellum Alexander Souvenir 91. 3 Minute French Lesson 53c: we've had city, which means it. Waas What? This phrase is very similar Jetty J k. It means I waas jet. So just be aware that sit day was spelt c apostrophe e t a i t whereas jetty is spelled j apostrophe e t a i s so it's got a s on the end. So how would you say in French? I was very busy. Just they pray Ochopee jet a hizo could be I was here yesterday. Just a sec. Yeah, Jay Jay Z CEO. I was at the beach Jetty Al. Applies is it is Elop Lodge. I couldn't go to the beach because I was too tired. June Pippa Layla plays basket Now you might have noticed that whenever we talk in the negative in French there are always two words nearby. No Andi path. If you want to make any verb negative, you just put another in front of it on a par after it The no felt any becomes an apostrophe if it's placed in front of a vowel or h. So Julie means I wanted juror No vallee pa means I didn't want And usually when you have azure on dinner together in speaking, it sounds more like June rather than Gentner. So Juna, full EPA, you'll hear pronounced Joinville EPA SO juvenile A. I wanted general EPA I didn't want. Similarly Jet A means I waas and Junior Deepa means I wasn't junior Deepa. So let's just add those two phrases to our vocabulary list. We have your net a papa, which means I wasn't on de Joinville. EPA means I didn't want. 92. 3 Minute French Lesson 53d: We've just learned these two phrases. Which means I wasn't on June vapor, Meaning I didn't want. So how would you say in French? I didn't want to go. Generally Pozzuoli generally puzzle. I wasn't here yesterday, Jeanette. A posy, See? Yeah. Geneti possessed a year. I didn't want to eat a hotel because the food was terrible. General Hammond! Yellowtail Bhaskar Generally Pramoj! Bhaskar! I wasn't in front yesterday. I was here in England. And for this sentence you might need the word for England, which is on bullet There on Blip. They're spelt a n g l e angle and then t e r e on glee. There, genetic pattern frontier. Just a sec on over there. Genetic pattern. Francia there. I didn't want to speak to Marie because I was very busy. Generally, Pepe Polyamory past cogitate generally Pepe Polyamory past Project A trade off. I wasn't tired, but I was very busy. Genetic poverty may try Geneti poverty. A major 93. 3 Minute French Lesson 53e: How would you say in French? I didn't want to take the train, but I was in a hurry. Generally, Papon. Major day Pressey generally Papandreou little midget A prissy. Here's your next word That also happens to end in the letters A I s just like Jet day. Andi Julie did this word Javy Javy means I hade Javy. I would think you'd say I had it. You lovey is your lovey. So the it goes in front off the verb which is a V on that j apostrophe becomes Sure so is your lovey. I had it. How would you say I had it with me? Julia V. Vic Moore You'll a visa make more So in this lesson so far we've had June prove epa. Which means I couldn't Julie. Meaning I wanted June. Which means I didn't want jet I waas June 8 kpa I wasn't And then we've just had Javy, which means I had So how would you say in French? I had everything at my house, Javaid to shame Wa you have a to shame. Wow! How would you say I had a lot of time? Jave a have a I had a lot of time to see my friends and family. And don't forget that after you say time if you want say time to do something then you have to use a little word. Do Jave A Bhutan devoir made a me for me Jabo, Kutan devoir me, Me, me So after you, Stone Then you have to use the word does if you want to use a verb So don't devoir time to see Miss Ami Hema for me. 94. 3 Minute French Lesson 53f: remember that To make things negative, you put a no in front of the verb on DPA after it. So how would you say this in French? I didn't have it. So the nerve goes in front off the eight, so Sure. No love eight. I didn't have the time. Did you have a part litem? You know, every pallet on we've had a lot of words that end in a I s in this lesson. So let's just have another quick recap to familiarize ourselves with them. June pyo v epa was I couldn't Jovel a I wanted June. I didn't want jet A I waas is unique paper. I wasn't Javy I had And Gina Vapor I didn't have. So how would you say in French? I didn't have everything with me yesterday. Genevieve Patio Direct my year. Genevieve to take my year. I'm sorry, but I was in a hurry. Andi, I didn't have the time to speak with you Just three days early. May get a prissy Asian Abby pallets on the pallet. Eric, she's sweet. There's only major tape I say is you have a pallet on the paralytic room. How would you say I didn't have the key for my room. Did you have a pilot clip on my show? You know people A clip on my show. I didn't have the hotel's address. Genevieve, Pilot rest Hotel Genevieve addressed a hotel. 95. 3 Minute French Lesson 53g: This next phrase is made up of words we already know. Do a lot do a lot? It means some money or any money. Do a lot. I know I've mentioned how to say some or any in French before, but I just wanted to recap it quickly. He never hurts. If you want to say some in French, as in, I would like some wine Or can I try some cheese? Or if you want to say any, as in, Do you have any cheese? It's really quite simple. We have to do is use the word duh plus the wait for the Remember that dirt plus low, which is the masculine word for the makes do on that dirt plus lay, which is the plural word for the makes day. So here are three examples Job would pay due homage, Jude, I do homage means I would like some cheese. Appreciate essay. Duvan, please use a duvan. May I try some wine, please? Yes. A dual Adande, please. Yes, a deal. Adande, may I try some Tiki? So that's where the phrase do Lower John comes from. Lajong means the money. So do lounge on means some money Oh, any money? So how would you ask him? French? Do you have any money? Aviva? Delage have a Buddha large on. I would like some money. You would find a large room. Jeff, what do I do? Do you want some money? Valley View, Delage? I believe you do. How would you say in French? I'm sorry, but my card isn't working. Do you have any money? Andi, I just let you know that the phrase four doesn't work. Andi isn't working. Are the same in French. New Mashburn is your sweet. There's only me, Mac. After New Mashaba have a voodoo larger just we literally may mccaf No Mashburn! Aviva Delage. So new Mashaba can mean doesn't work or isn't working. My car doesn't work on my card. Isn't working. Are the same in French MCAT? No Mashburn 96. 3 Minute French Lesson 53h: How would you say in French? I have some money with me. J. J. Well, what would be the two ways to say? Can I bring someone with me? You could either say Please. Europe off state allows on the big more or is you about what they do at the moment. So don't forget that you can either say please Asia, for can I or you'll often hear people say just super, which actually means I can. But if you raise your voice at the end, then you can use it as a question. It's a bit more informal, but they do use it in French. So please, apathy or job apathy. How would you say Pia has the money Pierre at the larger Pierre? Other larger. Now, remember how we've spoken about putting Pat do in front of phrases to me? Not any. Well, this next phrase, Pat Dowell, John paddles Young means not any money. I've put the not in brackets because sometimes in English, we don't use the word. Not even though we're referring to something negative. Let's have a look at that in a bit more detail, so there's a tiny peculiarity with the English word any. It can have two slightly different meanings. Have a look at these two sentences. Do you want any wine? Andi, I don't have any wine. On first glance, there's nothing strange about the sentences, but in reality, the first sentence assumes there is one available on the second sentence. Points out that there is no one available, so we can say the first sentence is positive on the second sentence is negative. Really. Any sentence that contains the word not in English can be considered negative in French. If you want to say any in a positive sentence, then you say do or doula or day as we've been learning. But if you want to say any in a negative sentence, you say Pat do and you don't have to say the word for the So let's translate the two sentences. Do you have any wine? Well, the any in this sentence is positives. There, in French, we use do Voo doo van. I believe you do them the second sentence. I don't have any wine. While this any is not any, I have not any wine, so it's a negative. So we just use Pat do John a pat Duvan John a. Pat Duvan. In speaking, you often hear people pronounced Pat do as pad gin, a pad van gin, a pad van. I don't have any wine. Another way to look at this is to understand that you can replace any with some in a positive sentence. But you can't in a negative sentence, for example, both off the sentences mean the same thing. Do you want any wine? Do you want some wine? That means it's a positive sentence. However, if you look at these two sentences, I don't have any wine. I don't have some wine. Only the first is correct. It's not grammatically correct to say I don't have some wine in English, so this is a negative sentence. So the general rule of thumb is that if you can say it's some instead of any in English, then it's a positive sentence, and you should say, Do doula or day in French. So do Dylan, and day means some or any when you're speaking about positive sentences. If the word some can't be used to replace any in the English sentence, then it's a negative sentence, and you should say Pat, do in French, so Pedro means not any, and you use it in negative sentences. But really, if you just look out in the sentence, if there's any form of not in the English sentence than its negative, so just use Pat do for the word any. 97. 3 Minute French Lesson 53i: We've just said that you use do doula or day to mean some or any. If the sentence is a positive sentence and you use Pat due to mean not any if it's a negative sentence. So how would you say in French? I don't have any money. And this sentence contains the word don't. So it must be a negative sentence in a pat down gin. A paddle. How would you say, Do you have any money? Andi, if you think about the sentence, you can replace the word any with some and it's don't make sense. Do you have any money? Do you have some money? So it must be a positive sentence. Have a view. Have a vote. I didn't have any money with me. You know, the paddock more, Genevieve pad Amazon to make more. And so this is a negative sentence because of the word Didn't. But you can also double check on. Think Well, Can you fit the word? Some in there? I didn't have some money with me. And so it doesn't make sense. And so I didn't have any money. Pat. Val. John, for not any money. How would you say in French. Do you want any coffee cafe? I believe you do cafe. And so this is a positive sentence. But you can also just check. Does the word some fit instead of any? Do you want any coffee? Do you want some coffee? And so that works. So you can say in French Valuable do Calfee. I don't have any coffee. Gin, a pad, Calfee, John a Pat McAfee. And so this is a negative sentence because you can see the word don't is there. But you can also do struggle. Check that you can't fit the word Some in there. I don't have any coffee. I don't have some coffee. It doesn't make sense. So Ginny Batten do coffee on. Don't forget that you'll hear French people Instead of saying John a Pat do caffee. They'll pronounce Patton do as one word journey pad coffee, Johnny pad coffee 98. 3 Minute French Lesson 53j: How would you say in French? I haven't eaten any chocolate today. And so this is a negative sentence because the word haven't means have not. But you can also check that the words some doesn't fit. So I haven't eaten any chocolate today. I haven't eaten some chocolate today. It doesn't fit. So you can't use do doula or day. You have to use Pat. Do so Pap more. Jay do John a Pat Moon Jae. How would you ask? Did Pierre eat any chocolate? Pierre Pierre J. Chocola. And so this is a positive sentence. There's no word not in there at all. But you can also check. Does the word some fit? Is it of any? Did Pierre eat any chocolate? Did Pierre eat some chocolate? Well, they both work so in French. You use the word dude Pierre Attila Mong. So if you can use the word some, that is a positive sentence, which means you have to use do doula or day for some or any. But if you can't fit the word some on you can only say any, then it's negative. And then you have to use the phrase pap do for any Now there's one more tiny little thing that I must point out. It's hardly worth mentioning, and I wasn't going to bother saying anything at all until later in the course. However, I then thought, If I get out the way with now, then you can start to get used to it. There is one more situation in which you would use do instead of a day when you use plural . Announce normally, when you want to say some in French in the plural you use day, for example. J take a hot I have some carrots. Valley View Question. Do you want some questions? Even a state believer? He's going to buy some books. News of all Move J. We ate with some friends, and so the word some in all of these sentences is day because it's plural in the negative. Just as we've been practicing, you use do instead or more specifically, patent Do So. For example, John, a pat look out means I don't have any carrots in the paddock. Wesam. There are no questions. Inv apa stay. Believe he isn't going to buy any books, and so we use Pachter in all of these because they're negative sentences now. I did say there is one more situation where you use do instead of day. If you put an adjective in front off a plural noun, then the word for some is do no matter what. Let me take some of the sentences. We've just been looking at Andi port adjectives in front of denounce so you can see what I'm jabbering on about Jay Do Petite Kat. This means I have some small carrots, so the adjective small in French petite goes in front off the noun. So then we use the word dough for some Jada Petite take out. So if you put an adjective in front of a plural noun, you have to use the word dough for some. Here's another sentence. Eva, stay the nouveau. Leave her, Ylva, stay the nouveau. Leave her. He's going to buy some new books. So we've got an adjective in front off a plural noun, which means the word for some is the so nouveau means new ever Ash day de nouveaux leva. So you don't say day New believer. You have to use Deneuve a lever. Another sentence news. Irvan. Moon jae affected the bone on me. News of Oman J a vector bosomy we ate with some good friends. So we've got the adjective good in front of a plural noun which means the word for some is due Now this only happens when you put the adjective in front of the Now if the adjective goes after the pronoun, then you can still use day for some. Now I can hear that you're shouting at me and saying that we learned a very long time ago that adjectives come after the noun in French. And yes, it's true. Usually adjectives come after the noun in French, however toe emphasize an adjective. You can place the adjective in front of the now if the adjective is placed in front of the now you use dirt for some. If the adjective is placed after the noun, you use day for some area. The question Derris Ula Ilia The question Dellis ula That means there are some delicious questions there. Delia did that issue Question HLA delia, Do they see a question? There are some delicious questions there. These two sentences are almost identical, except for where the addict in goes on, Whether you use day or do the second sentence emphasizes the word did issue a bit more. Yeah, the question daily. Stewart Delia, Do they see a question Now? If you get this day versus dirt thing wrong, don't worry. It hardly matters at all. I just thought I'd mention it now on. We'll look at it again in more detail in a later course, but just so that you're aware that if you see do being used for some on it's not a negative sentence. But the adjective is in front of the noun. Then at least you can know now that it's correct. So if you have a plural noun, the word for storm is day. Unless there's an adjective in front of the noun, in which case the word for some is done. But like I said, if you forget about this, don't worry, it won't make a difference. If you make a mistake, you'll still be understood 99. 3 Minute French Lesson 53k: How would you ask in French. Did you see any good films in Paris at U Dub on FEMA Party at you View the bond film a party. And so the word good here goes in front of the word film and it's a plural now, So we put do as the word for any you could also use instead of attitude. Have a room. So every move you or at you view depending on whether you're being informal or formal. How would you ask? Didn't you see any good films in Paris? Not you. View the bond FEMA path e Not your purview in Amman FEMA Parry There were some good restaurants here. Area de Vos The Holy See Media DeBonis a sissy I have seen some beautiful things in fronts J view the Bell shows on France J view the bell shows on France And so here the word beautiful is in front of a feminine, plural noun. So normally beautiful is bull. But the feminine is bell on. You put an s on the end because it's plural and because it's in front of the noun. Then you use the word Do the beautiful is a word that can go in front or after the now in French. And so if you place it after the noun, then the word for storm is day. So you would say instead, J view, they shows Bell conference. How would you ask, Have they eaten any French food until more J. Villanova too often says until more J. Dilla, Nokia telephone says. And so here is a positive sentence so we can use doula for any Delano hit you. So it's a feminine word is no Hegel, and that's why we use doula. If you make it negative, How would you say this? Haven't they eaten any French food? No, Until Pramoj do know it, your phone says no until Tom Mongiardino hit you often says. And so because its a negative sentence now the word for any is just do or patent. Do so pap more G do no until Pamela J. You know it. Your phone says 100. 3 Minute French Lesson 53l: How would you ask in French. Do we have any money? I don't know. Have a new garage. Don't we have any money, Nevil? New paddles. I never knew paddles. I didn't have any money. Is your baby panda? I couldn't bring any wine. Now we've learned a lot of words and phrases in this lesson. So we've had a gin poopy power, which means I couldn't Julie, Meaning I wanted June means I didn't want jet was I waas. Gina Taper means I wasn't Javy. I had Gina Vapor means I didn't have do lasagne means some or any money when it's in a positive sentence, Panda John means not any money when it's in a negative sentence in any positive sentences, the word for any is due doula or day, which are also the same words as the word for some in any negative sentences. We learned that we say Pat do for any or not any 101. 3 Minute French Lesson 53m: It's time now to practice what we've been learning in this lesson. How do you say in French? I couldn't find her Gene pool pat Movie is in poor people. I wanted to hire a car, but it was too expensive. Julie, do we invite you May set a Tasha Julia Louis Watcher, May City Tasha I wasn't here yesterday. Genetic aziziyah Geneti PARCC year. I couldn't speak to Sophie because I was in a hurry. Gen Pop a paper. Aaliyah. Sophie Pascoe. Presti. Jim Pavitt, Papua. Sophie passed. I didn't have the time to make a reservation. Genevieve Palette on the failed. You have a pallet on the fair? Enough. Do you want some money? Valley View, LA Valley View allows. I didn't have any money. You shouldn't have a pat down Genevieve paddle. I'm sorry, but I don't have any coffee. Just three days early. Made in a pad. Coffee? Just three days early. Imagine a pad. Coffee? Are there any good restaurants near here? Yeah, till the bone has the home pregnancy. Yeah, till the bone has the home pregnancy. I wanted to buy some French cheese. Julie stayed the for mash Juve Later. State do format 102. 3 Minute French Lesson 53n: Now, let's have a go at doing some reverse translations. What do these friends sentences mean in English? They do. I have a food lodging past. Do you have any money? Because we haven't paid the bill. Genevieve. Pala. Claypool. About you, Genevieve. Likely pull of what? You? I didn't have the key for the call. Geneti. Palo. Keep a major. Try fatigue. A Geneti pastor. Keep a measure to try 30 day. I wasn't busy, but I was very tired. Generally paddle apart. I didn't want to go to Paris. Gin people affair here. Gin people affair here. I couldn't do it yesterday. Have a vote delay. Have a voodoo lay. Do you have any milk? Jave A to Jovito. I had everything. Just a sec. A catheter. You see, I cut her. I was here at four o'clock. Gene pool pattern. Hotel gin. Prove a pattern. I couldn't find the hotel. Never even possess a You know it. Your phone says never able possess a You know it. Your phone says, haven't you tried any French food? 103. 3 Minute French Lesson 53o: what we'll do now are some recap translations to incorporate words and phrases that we learned in previous lessons. How do you say in French? Did you try the cheese? Have a boo. A sale of homage I have a bruise is a uniform manage Or instead of view, you could say at you, which is the in form away at us. A uniform image? It's at half past two. Say that does L. A. To me said that desire to me. I would like a t for me. Onda a coffee for her, please. Judy. Hi. On tape or more, it's on Cafe. Poor Elsie Roupoli Juve would raise on tape, armoire it on cafe poor Chelsea Roupoli. I would like a return ticket for Perpignan Juve tray and photo opinion. You raise a valid photo pork opinion. I'm going to pay later. Is your a P a juvie? Ph. Pluta. I would like some White Sox Jude. I they show still blonde juvenile. They show cellblock PS cake is delicious. Luca Toni Pierre A day this year Legato DPS a Dallas here, go straight on. Take the third road on the right and then it's on the left a way to do our pony. That was am who had what a pre said ago. Sh a way to do our pointing towards them who and what a pre said Goche. Where is the poke way back? Wait a path. The hotel isn't here, it's there. And in this sentence because you're referring to the hotel you have to say in French. He is there because a masculine. Now Lo tell Napisy Laila Lo tell napisy Layla. 104. 3 Minute French Lesson 53p: and now we'll do some French to English Recap. Translations? What do these friends sentences mean in English? Papa? Hail Papa. Hell, not for here. Say come Yongpo diesel. Stay calm. Young poured issue How much is it for 10 days. Have a Budimir teal Have a view. Damia, till do you have any blueberries? Broccoli os a home, broccoli or has a home? How do I get to the restaurant, please? Your point of view. Pound, please. Your parental Dupont. May I have some bread? So don't forget that when you're talking about food and drink, you use the word Ponte Lor for have because you're taking it in. So pond, like literally means take. But if you're having food and drink tea eat then you use pond. Look for toe have instead of everywhere I'm from one party. I'm pin one poll we a bit less for him. Clothes Attila. Particle cautious politician E clothes Attila Particle shows politician e has clawed. Brought something for lunch. They will start on hold. Have evil sound Hold. Do you have that in red? No hitter. A to your terribly. See that No hitter. A too short. Terribly See The food is always terrible here. Whose only toilet whose only toilet Where are the toilets?