French for Beginners: Grammar in Context | Learn French with a Native Speaker | FRENCH PREPOSITIONS | French Teacher Chris Ternay | Skillshare

French for Beginners: Grammar in Context | Learn French with a Native Speaker | FRENCH PREPOSITIONS

French Teacher Chris Ternay, Graduated French Teacher - Freelancer

French for Beginners: Grammar in Context | Learn French with a Native Speaker | FRENCH PREPOSITIONS

French Teacher Chris Ternay, Graduated French Teacher - Freelancer

Play Speed
  • 0.5x
  • 1x (Normal)
  • 1.25x
  • 1.5x
  • 2x
7 Lessons (35m)
    • 1. French grammar in Context: EASY VERBS - CITY PREPOSITIONS. Quick and easy French Grammar Series

      1:06
    • 2. French Grammar: French Vocabulary and Pronunciation

      6:06
    • 3. Learn French in context

      4:10
    • 4. French Questions and Answers

      3:52
    • 5. French Grammar Rules

      12:07
    • 6. French grammar: Fill in the blanks

      2:54
    • 7. French grammar: Mistake, no mistake.

      4:37
  • --
  • Beginner level
  • Intermediate level
  • Advanced level
  • All levels
  • Beg/Int level
  • Int/Adv level

Community Generated

The level is determined by a majority opinion of students who have reviewed this class. The teacher's recommendation is shown until at least 5 student responses are collected.

8

Students

--

Projects

About This Class

About This Class

French Grammar in Context: EASY VERBS - COUNTRY PREPOSITIONS. Quick and Easy French Grammar Series is a complete and comprehensive course about the French Grammar, taught by Christophe Ternay, a French Native Teacher, who graduated in “FLE” (French for foreigners) at the French Alliance, The most recognized French Learning School Worldwide.

 

What the course includes:

  1.     This French Course includes more than 30 Explainer Slides so your Brain can easily understand the lectures.
  2.     It also includes Pdf Files which will help you complete the French Grammar Exercises and French grammar Guides.
  3.     French Grammar Quizzes with immediate feedback.
  4.     French Grammar Rules.
  5.     French A1 Level vocabulary to be able to practice the French grammar.
  6.     Images, to be able to build strong mental link.
  7.     French Example Sentences to learn in context and remember.
  8.     French Questions and Answers to be able to have a French conversation.

 

 

How can I improve my French and my French Grammar Skills?

What are the good ways to learn the French Grammar Quickly and Easily?

Can I have fun while learning French Grammar?

Do these Questions sound familiar to you?

If yes, read on...

Grammar is an essential skill for Foreign Language Learners, but it has to be enjoyable and fun to be efficient. That’s why we use Gestures in this French course, it makes the course livelier.

The latest studies also show that the learning must be Multimodal. That is why we will use Objects and Pictures.

But French Grammar learning has also to be linked with Emotions and Feelings so as to be persistent, and this is why we will learn through a Story.

I will walk you through the different grammar rules steps by step.

But it’s not enough to just read and memorize the words in the vocabulary lists or to study grammar.

That’s why you will put what you’ve learned into practice and get immediate feedback on the mistakes that you’re making in the Exercise section.

And it’s always good to have a French teacher who can point out your mistakes so I will be at your side during all the process through the chat (“Discussion”)

 

About the Author:

My name’s Chris and I am a French teacher, but also graduated in Marketing and International Business in France; I have studied and know 4 languages fluently that are French English German and Spanish. You may ask yourself how it is possible and the short answer sounds easy: CONTEXT.

-   I did not learn English through the “normal way” I was lucky enough to enter a special “European Class” when I was 14 and learned English through History and Geography told By a Native English Teacher.

-   The same for German: When I was 8 I asked my parents to go to a German School instead of a French one and they accepted!

-   And the same for Spanish: I was bored of the French lifestyle and decided 5 years ago to move to Peru and my Spanish Level quickly jumped from B2 to C2 Level

The only thing in common with these language learnings is that I learned IN CONTEXT. That is the key point.

Every day I was learning with all day life events with gestures, objects, picture, emotions, feelings, and immediate feedback. That is what I reproduced in this course.

 

 

By the end of this class you will be able to:

  1.     Remember words thanks to Mental Images.
  2.     You will Use Tips, Techniques to Learn French Grammar.
  3.     You will take action by doing Short Easy Exercises (you will Learn Actively)
  4.     You will learn French Grammar and Vocabulary In Context through a whole Story.
  5. Learn More in Less Time, thanks to an efficient French Learning System that includes you in the whole process in some Real-Life Examples.

 

Who is this course for?

People who want to get the French TEF or the French DELF Exam.

People who want to Study in a French speaking Country (France, Canada, Belgium, Switzerland, Congo…)

People who want to live in a French Speaking Paradise (Madagascar, Seychelles, Guadeloupe, Martinique, Réunion, New Caledonia…)

People who want to Climb the Social Ladder by improving their curriculum. French language gives you a much wider pool of opportunity as it is an Official UNO language.

People who want to Go on Holiday in a French speaking country.

People who want to Increase their Income in their current Job. French gives you a much wider pool of opportunity as it is spoken by 300 Million people in the World.

People who want to maintain their Brain in a Healthy state. Learning a foreign language is one of the best ways not to have Alzheimer and other Brain diseases.

People who want to invest time and money in themselves (Self-Development)

People who want to see if they can do it! There is something deeply rewarding about learning a new language

Bilingual partners. Try and learn the other person’s native tongue for the next French Christmas Dinner!

So if you want to stop wasting your time and efforts and don’t know yet how to do it efficiently. Then this French Grammar Course is for you.

 

Ready to get started?

See you on the inside. (hurry, class is waiting!)

 

Cheers

Chris

What Students say about my Online Courses:

I am only 1/4 of the way through however, what I like about the instructor is his engaging online presence and his approach (Patricia Russel)

It is really nice and easy to understand. (Melike Elif Gülpınar)‎

‎I enjoyed the course. The instructor is very positive and informative. The material is easily understood. I look forward to the next course available from this instructor. (Patricia Starnes)

This course is really exactly what I needed. The instructor is extremely helpful, responds promptly [...] I highly recommend this course and any other course this instructor is teaching. (Sonia Staward)

Very well explained, easy to grasp (Debbie Gabrielle)

This dude is awesome for explaining things and making everything funny. (Jose Vidal)

Explore More of my Classes on Skillshare:

French Grammar in Context: THE VERB TO BE. 

French Grammar in Context: FRENCH NEGATIVE SENTENCES. 

French grammar in Context: THE FRENCH USE OF ARTICLES

French grammar in Context: GENDER AND NUMBER - VERB TO HAVE. 

French grammar in Context: EASY VERBS - COUNTRY PREPOSITIONS. 

French grammar in Context: THE IMPERATIVE FORM. 

French Grammar in Context: HOW TO ASK QUESTIONS + TO GO & TO DO . 

French grammar in Context: HOW TO EXPRESS QUANTITIES 

French grammar in Context: HOW TO TELL THE TIME + THE NUMBERS 

French grammar in Context: LINKING WORDS 

French grammar in Context: DEMONSTRATIVES 

French 28 Days Challenge : French for Beginners

Francès para hispanohablantes - Tu reto de 28 Días

French Intermediate Level Keyword Workshop

Get Focused and Grow

Content Marketing: Your 5 Days Challenge

Storytelling Made Easy

Easy Keto: Eat Happy!

Comfort Zone Smashed: Where Growth Begins

Meet Your Teacher

Teacher Profile Image

French Teacher Chris Ternay

Graduated French Teacher - Freelancer

Teacher

About the Author: (Spanish / French version at the bottom)

He is fluent in French, English, German and Spanish.

Graduated from The French Alliance in Arequipa, Peru in Teaching French for foreigners (2016)

Graduated from AFPA in Marseille, France in Marketing - Accounting and Human Resource Management (2005)

Graduated from Lycée Périer in Marseille, France in International Business. (2009)

He is teaching French since 2015 to students from all over the world thanks to offline and online French Courses in Peru.

 

That's why he knows how important it is to know exactly how to pronounce French words.

How important French vocabulary is to be able to make you understand.

And how important it is to quic... See full profile

Class Ratings

Expectations Met?
  • Exceeded!
    0%
  • Yes
    0%
  • Somewhat
    0%
  • Not really
    0%
Reviews Archive

In October 2018, we updated our review system to improve the way we collect feedback. Below are the reviews written before that update.

Your creative journey starts here.

  • Unlimited access to every class
  • Supportive online creative community
  • Learn offline with Skillshare’s app

Why Join Skillshare?

Take award-winning Skillshare Original Classes

Each class has short lessons, hands-on projects

Your membership supports Skillshare teachers

Learn From Anywhere

Take classes on the go with the Skillshare app. Stream or download to watch on the plane, the subway, or wherever you learn best.

phone

Transcripts

1. French grammar in Context: EASY VERBS - CITY PREPOSITIONS. Quick and easy French Grammar Series: In this lecture, we will learn which preposition usually used in front of city and country names inference. This is quite useful when you have to introduce yourself, for example, and tell where you come from and also, well you go. We will use gestures, optics like always, and pictures so as to make it enjoyable and fun. What you learn, you know, has also to be linked with emotions and feelings so as to be persistence. Yeah, and this is why we will learn also with context, like always through a story. My name's Chris, and I'm your favorite native French detail, you know it already. And I will be at your site during all the process through the TAT. Please leave some messages. It's really quite interesting for me to help you and to know where you have some difficulties. So let's get started and jump into the course now. And to learn how to deal with these prepositions, with city and country and items, names, and also some quite useful verbs. 2. French Grammar: French Vocabulary and Pronunciation: Today's lesson is going to be about preposition, but not every preposition. The preposition in front of the city names and the country names. Ok, but before going to that point and also some very useful verbs, we are going to see some vocabulary. Yeah, the first word we are going to see today so as to be able to see a drama point in context is the word Billy sic, checkout my mouth. When I say yeah, yeah, blaze, see Billy Say it means wounded or hurts and now it's going to be your turn. You have to repeat after me. Yeah. Bill EC once again bleeds C. And the next word, next words, checkout, lapsed. Men, law, suit, men, do weak law, snowmen. And we're going to see also every day of the week, Yang Lan De mandate, land di di, di, di 7and 3D. Sum d. The image. I repeat. Lian De malady, mare 3D Judy von 3D somebody demon, SHE quite easy. The weak law summing. And now you repeat please, law supermen. Once again, checkout really, it's important to check out my mouth when I pronounce it. Yep. Law suit, man. And don't hesitate to exaggerate the movements of your mouth at the beginning. It's going to help you. Yeah, lots of men. Let's continue with some other words that we are going to see in the texts. Booth. One, the need. One. Next one. Sum the sun. Some loss, some do sunk. O the sum of €5 last summer. The sunk oh, don't hesitate to to to to grab some money. Yeah. When you say and when you listen when you learn that word yeah. Last some law, some ITI has been up 80. You're going to see that verb in the text are 80 has been Law me, the friend than me, the friend. Normally it would be me that if you remember, we saw it already with the articles, the e has to disappear and we'll put an apostrophe. Loved me because the first letter, he is our knee. It begins with volume. That's the volume than me. The friend. Next word. G-o, go wrong. Go big, great, large. It depends. Now, he gone. Here. I want you to grab some objects, one small objects, and one big object. Okay. Ti Gang. Gang. Yeah. When you grab it, you say t. And when you grab the other in, say gone. Yeah, it really helps if you grab an object and you learn with objects per te, small, big, great, or large. And here you see you have an E with something special here in-between. Yeah. That sign means you have to put the word beginning of the word here and put an e to build the feminine form. Yeah, so in the feminine gong, gong. And in the masculine you don't hear the D and the E. Naylor. Yeah, gong. Gong. Gong, feminine. Masculine. Next word, Mojave. And when you say it, you have to put your face so so bad, no fat. Like if you were a bad guy or a bad woman? Yeah. Bad movie. Movie, bad. And for the women, it would be more vez move as the feminine word with an e at the end. And in the masculine movie, movie. And here, if you see carefully, we have the same scripture. Yeah. Go wrong. We don't hear that D At the end. Yeah. And grounder, we hear the 0s at the end. And here the d at the end, here movie. It's like if the world would end here, movie, that sound is a movie. But, and the feminine form. We hear the.'s, we hear the e, more vez, more Vasquez. Yeah. And that structure is, in many, many words, that ends with a d, with a T or with the ES. Cell use mom. Sarah used Mom seriously. They have the same root cell use now, seriously, transpose t carried, transported, carried. 3. Learn French in context: And now the texts Lun Qi do bury it and I mean, it turned me here. I make the link. Yeah, you can hear it. I don't say a Amie. I say a term like here. If we have if we had a t, if it was all in everything and only one word, it turn non-meat. And here I do the link also mean because here it's a vial and here it's a voice. Also. It LAM do Party from Paris. It turned them. Do it and do the home is a friend of Jerome, ELA nonce, Madame Babylon. He announces or he, she tells her, ill unknowns, Amsterdam, Barbara, to Madame Babylon. Goods from Mary. It the cell use Mao Qu Song Mary. Is that Qu Song Mary. It was or has been, would be better in that case. Has been or was seriously injured, BC injured. And here you see it ends with E, D in English, and here with an E. Yeah, because it's masculine, would it have been feminine? E with an accent and E for the feminine form and only E for the masculine form. Cu Sumaria. Cell use ML, blessing. Or Belgium. Where was he wanted to hurt? In Belgium. In Belgium, it's Belgium. Bill Cheek, entrench. It's a feminine noun. Yeah, it's a feminine noun of country. Jerome transported it. They transported. Don't then loop. It'll GO home. Transport the dark zone loop. It'll he was transported in a hospital. Doesn't know piccolo o p bar in the Netherlands. Oh, baby, baby. It's a plural country and fresh ill bus one, ELA Dang Zhong, he needs money. Ylab is one Dang Zhong De Hua. Bu. Zhong De Fa Zhan De nice, jaunty, nice fam woman. Zhang Hua Bu Dao Xiao. Dong Zhuo soon, marriage to her husband as Almaty to her husband, Leigh supermen or pass a dumpster dam. Weeks pass and a letter arrives from Amsterdam. From Amsterdam. Amsterdam begins with the boil, and when you have the word from infringe and when you have a vial, you have to write d apostrophe. Uno let our IV dumpster damn key do mount the, you know, gone to some Dojo which Qin Qi Du mode, you know, gone from national, which requires a large amount of money grown, some large amount, gone, some large amount. 4. French Questions and Answers: And now the question and answers Is the man a friend of Rami's? The first thing that you have to do is translated to French Is the man, a friend of Ramy LAM? $80. Remember, when you put the pronoun after the verb, you have to put an hyphen, LAM, 80 and me, the rims Is the man a friend of Ramy? No, he is a friend of GO home. So you make you pause the video and you try to write it on a sheet of paper. No. Sit on Amie. Do not sit on Amie do not sit on the next question. What is he announcing to Mrs. Barbara? So you pause the video and you tried to you try to build the question. Can know still Madame Babur here normally it would be Q, E Cu unknown stealer, Amsterdam Barbara. But here we have a volume, so we quit the 0s and we put an apostrophe. No, still, Madame Babylon. He tells her that her husband is injured. Louis unknowns, goods from Mari VLSI, VLSI injured. So goes from Mary a. Bsc. In which country was injured, in which country was home injured? Don't kelp EEG, WHO material? So try to remember, is the year do Vu happily. Try to remember ACE happily. Oh, a till a blessing. Don't kill BY jerome at til it, the blessing was injured in Belgium. So try to remember how to say in Belgium. Go IT bc arm Belgium are because Belzec is a feminine word. Jerome, IT implicit BG. Where was he taken to? Where was he taken to o till it the transport t. O at T, T transpose t. He was transported or taken to the Netherlands. The Netherlands is plural, elated transport t, o p, o p bar. We will see the extract rules a bit later. What does he need? Du Cuo do qua till booth one Ofwat do Calico shows, it means to need something. I've Wow, boost. Do Calico shows. Do qua, goes well, what does he need? He needs money. Ylab OS1, Dang Zhong Dao Zhong. Yao booze wonder is the verb to need. So infringe We have three words. And in English, we have only one word. In that case. 5. French Grammar Rules: And now the exact rules, but I think you already get one of them. The preposition, do Bonneville, Libby. French prepositions with cities, countries, and islands are, it means when you, when you are in a place or when you go to a place and a city? Washington. I go to Washington, GV, Washington never been there. And an island Z23, Madagascar. And Madagascar is a French-speaking island in the South East of Africa. Should three, Madagascar and Madagascar. I am in Madagascar. So here we have two and here we have in and oh, here it's a bit different. And masculine countries. So you have to know whether it's a masculine country or a feminine country. And a bit later I will show you some masculine country lists and some feminine country lists and some plural country lists. Also. Gv, Oh, guy, I'll live in Portugal. Drew v, o, Portugal. Now with the plural countries, we have to use a U, x. O is it doesn't mean I work in the United States of America, should Hawaii all zeta. And here I have to make a special link that you can hear. O zeta. I don't say, oh, it has unique, I say, or zeta. Zetas. And with feminine countries, how does it work with our G2D? Hans I study in France in yeah, in that case, it's because France is a feminine country. Yeah, we say laugh homes. We don't say LUV hands. We say love hamas. Then with also on we will use also on with vital countries. Yeah, Volume countries. It means countries that begin with a voice. Yeah. Jab it. Nouns. I study in India. I have a lot of students, by the way, in India. A big, big hug to them. Jabs Ananda, I study in India, JOB ANA, because here we have a volume. Here are some examples of verbs that we use with. Some verbs are only used with. Some verbs are used with another preposition. And it means to go to vivo. It means to live in. It. It means to study in it. To be in traveling, to work, in. To live in. Yeah, it's the same as Viva. We have two ways to say that we'll live. Yeah, jab, it is here. It's the place where you live. Tv. It's exactly the same. Yeah, vivo beat up. And now we will study with do. It means from, yeah, you come from a place. Do and the city. Just sweet do Colombia. I am from Colombia. X2 via do Martinique. Martinique is an island Jovian do Martinique. I just returned from Martinique. Whoever Neil do. It's when you just come from somewhere? Yep. Jovian Martinique. I just come back from Martinique. It's also a French-speaking Island. And we have also the feminine countries should have young to10 Zeitoun easy. You have to know that it is feminine. Yeah, I come from Tunisia. Tunisia is also morrison off Africa. And most of the people understand and speak also French. Then we have the masculine countries like Canada, Zeus, we do Canada. I am from Canada. D apostrophe. We already saw it is when we have a vial, Zhu Dong glued there. I come from England, D, with a plural countries Jovian, dp bar, I return or I come back from the Netherlands. Some examples of verbs that we use with the admins was from. It would do a yam from Yeah, I am from Colombia. I am from etc. lover Neil Hadoop is to come back from and vernier order. Also meaning your origin. Yeah, I come from that place. It, yeah, it corresponds to your origin. Here, some examples. And here we are going to make some pronunciation. Yeah. Surely nama, it's a masculine country. Yeah, loose URI num, luma hawk, French-speaking country. And it's more son of Africa also. It's an Arabic country, but they all speak French. Lu, Congo, Lu Venezuela, low Brazil, low volume. You need the United Kingdom. Who are your unique United Kingdom? Infringe is really common that we have exactly the opposite. Who are your knee? And in English you have the contrary. Now, United Kingdom, Canada, here we have l apostrophe because we have a foil here. Yeah, look, Canada. Luke the who where I have been living 5-years. Luke, Ghana. We don't hear the H Lu Ghana. Lu Li Bao. Look, Pakistan. Here we have a nozzle sound. Are all Pakistan. You know, a bit of hair has to come through the, the, the nows, loony Galois loop, loop, loop, loop, loop. Mexica, Lu, Mozambique, Zimbabwe. Lou, Billy's loved Danmark. Here we don't hear the Danmark. Denmark. Here, a list of feminine countries. Last year he loved to uneasy, laugh Hans law, bell, JICA. Here we speak French, here we speak French. Also. Law, dress, law, Swiss, Switzerland. We also speak french. Last flu vaccine law. Gary learned, Lelong, Lita Lee. By the way, here you can see that feminine countries often, I don't say always because we have a lot of exceptions and prints. But many, many countries at that ends with an e. Here. And here also, here also are feminine countries. And here a list of plural countries leads it. Does you need with the link here? Yeah, because here we have a volume. Lizzy has unique Lizzie mi ha have unique Lizzie mi ha I don't say lay a Mira. I say Lizzie, mira. Yeah, we have to make the link. Lip BBA. He wouldn't make the link because here that one is not avoidable. It's a consonant. Lip, BBA, Lee, feely pin, leafy pin, where I would really like to go, leave feeling pin. And now some important verbs. If you don't know the verbs, you won't be able to build some, some phrases, yes, some sentences. So it's really important. So here, the verb to speak Zoo, for example, Drew fancy. I speak French. Paola, two. With two, you have always an S at every form. And there is no exception to bow with an S. Ill pal if it's a woman. Ella Ella pal, 00, remember is when we don't know who is speaking. Or it can also be 11 is speaking. Or it can also be we. But we saw it already in the lectures of that we saw before in ELA Paolo parallel. So he speaks, or she speaks New Power. Vu, barley. But we have the same here. Parallel, parallelly, parallel. So in that case, and those three, we hear exactly the same. Yeah, it's just written in another way that we hear the same lovable in me, the verb to love or to like. Jim, we, by the way, we don't have this distinction, distinction between love and like or love. It would be like to adore now. And like is a gem to M, M, M, M, M. I didn't say em, I said m because we have here a volume on m mu z mu W2s, they may ill Zm l z m. Here. I said L z m was like we had here. A z, l is m, l is m. They like append, append. Append. Append, append. News up alone. W2s appellee is append the verb to cole. Yeah. And he will have only one thing that is a bit particular. He will have double, double l, w l. But here we have a simple l, simple l and w, l. We have often the exceptions with both of them. Yeah, with new and f2. Many, many times you will see it's a bit too particular. 6. French grammar: Fill in the blanks : And now fill in the blanks. Madame Babylon V phones. So maybe print out the PDF files that you can see in the course. You will, you print out the file and then you try to checkout. While France is feminine words, masculine words, and here the verb. What do we use with that verb? And you try to fill that out. Madame Babylon V. Farmers influenza in English, what would it be in French? V of homes, Madame Barbara veto, veto phones. Here we have volume. So I don't say v o pounds. I say V tough homes. Madame Barbara veto phones the next 10, Italy, Belgium. So you post the video and you try to answer the question. Jerome has gone to Belgium. So how? He said it in French to Belgium, Belgium, geom, Italy, Belgium, jerome, Italy on magic. And here we have also a volume and the t here, so we say a tally, Italy on the Jiekun. Jerome it actual Mao. Amsterdam and English, Jerome is commonly in Amsterdam. So how would you say it in French? 08 actually Elmo, Amsterdam. In Amsterdam. Amsterdam. It via France, made Hawaii, Belgium. He comes from France, but works in Belgium. Sylvia do finance, MIT Hawaii on Belgium. Avian do house made Hawaii, Belgium. Jerome, no VBA. Payback. Doesn't live in the Netherlands. New VBA, oh, VBA, or a U, X because it's a plural country. Quite interesting, no plural contrary, feminine country, masculine country. We don't have such kind of sings in English, but infringed, Yes, we have. 7. French grammar: Mistake, no mistake.: Now the exercise mistake, no mistake. Is there here. The mistake, is it wrong or is it right? Lower lobe pie? You can pause the video. Once again. You can pause the video to be sure to analyze that sentence. Long river, do wrong or right? It is right. No mistake. Madame Barbara v. Belgium. Madame Barbara VBA, Belgium. There is a mistake, but where is it? Oh, two mistakes, two mistakes. Here we have to consider that the group of verbs, because we have the negative sentence, here, is showing a negative sentence, and that one is the verb. And here we'll have a preposition. Preposition in front of a country that is a feminine country. So please correct it. New VBA on Belgium, IQ in the negative sentence in French, we have two words. Yeah, remember we saw it already. No, V. We saw it. And, and the negative sentence, lecture, no, VBA or Belgium. Or because it's a feminine country. No VBA on basic. Madame Babylon of EPA. Belgian mistake, no mistake. Do lovey amsterdam. Do lovey, are Amsterdam. Correct on it? There is a mistake, but where is it? I will give you a hint. It's here. It's Without S Jerome towel, doula, Amsterdam. Mistake, no mistake. L'hopital is situated OP bar l'Hopital is situated o. There is no mistake. Loop. It'll obey by it means the hospital is situated in the Netherlands. Mistake, no mistake. New Ximen Viva up here you have to check out the verb, newsy Viva Bari. There is a mistake because it's not written with a T with new it's written with ON S. Yeah. No. You have to make a link in your brain between new and o ins at the present form, it's nearly always written in that way. Verbally fancy. Belzec, whew, barely fancy Belzec, human, use big French. In Belgium. There is a mistake. Gabaergic is not correct on Belzec verbally from say, our village, feminine country name. And now to end, the DC is the me, omega3 party, Bottega Avik De Si ADME. One metric. Here is the conditional form. Yeah, it's a bit special. We will see that in another level with ifs and buts. One would put Paris in a bottle, one young would put Paris in a bubble. Yeah, it's not saved in that way in English. English, if, if's and ends where pots and pans. So be no work for tinkers hands? Yeah. It means yeah. You can always say if that would have happened, if that would have happened. But in fact, you never know. I really hope you enjoyed this lesson. Don't forget to review this lesson. Don't forget to do the exercises of the lesson. It's really, really important where I see you in the next lecture.