The school-teacher is dear to the pupils. The boys are at the windows. Where are Bertha's pens? They are on her desk. The pupil has one pen ; it is here. The boys' notebooks are on the desk.
Four of the pupils at the blackboard have a book. Who is at school with the children? The teachers have the books and pencils. Where are the girls? They are behind the armchair. Who is at the door? My uncle and aunt. The Negative ne. The ordinary form for not with a verb is ne. I am not in the yard. Je ne suis pas dans la cour. He has not the pen. The men are not seated. Les homtnes ne sont pas assis.
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Observe that ne undergoes elision. Present Tense of erre, Negatively. Present Tense of avoir. Affirmatively : j'ai, I have tu as, thou hast il elle a, he she has b. Negatively : je n'ai pas, I have not tu n'as pas etc. The Present of avoir with Past Participles of other verbs forms a compound tense, the past indefinite, which represents sometimes the English perfect, sometimes the English simple past. J'ai trouve" la regie. Pe a trouve" sa plume. Nous n'avons pas apporte les livres.
We have not brought did not bring the books.
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Observe the position of pas, directly after the form of avoir and preceding the past participle. I am he has you are I have he is the man has they have she is the men are they are we have we are b. I have found we brought she gives I found they have found they go we have brought they brought he gives 2.
Put into French negatively, the expressions in 1 , a and b. Continue — j'ai un encrier je ne suis pas debout je n'ai pas le porte-plume j'ai trouve' un crayon 4. Read the Model below, making the affirmative sen- tences negative, and the negative affirmative. Make no change in the questions, nor in expressions beginning with voici. Model Une Salle de Classe Le maitre est avec ses e'leves dans la classe.
II n'est pas assis. II est debout devant ses eleves. II a une regie sous le bras ; un eleve est au tableau.
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Le maitre montre une carte de France a l'eleve. Deux eleves sont assis devant le tableau. L'encre est dans l'encrier. Nous sommes assis. II a un porte-plume. Je n'ai pas mon cahier. II n'est pas ici. Void un cahier. Elle est dans mon pupitre. Les eleves vont dans la cour.
Nous ne sommes pas dans la cour. The yard is not in front of the school. We are not with the teacher. When it rings, the pupils go into the class. The teacher is standing at the blackboard.
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He has his ruler. He is showing the map to the pupils. The pupils are not at the blackboard. My uncle's son is not at school. He has not his books.
I have brought my books, but I did not bring my pencil. I have found a penholder on the teacher's desk. Where is the inkstand? The teacher has not his book. A pupil gives a book to the teacher. Avez-vous trouve le maitre dans la gravure picture? Qui est debout? Qui a une regie sous le bras? Qui montre la carte? A qui whom? Ou sont les eleves? Qui a un porte- plume?
Ou est l'encre? Avez-vous apporte vos livres? Ou vont les eleves apres la classe? Oil est la cour? Qui est dans la cour quand la cloche sonne? Qui est avec les e'leves dans la cour?
The ink is in the inkstand on the pupil's desk. My sister gives a penholder to her son. The pupils are standing behind the armchair in the classroom. We found his pen, but we did not find her notebook. Here is the woman; she brought the books to the teacher. The teacher is showing the map to the pupils. The boy and girl go into the classroom when the bell rings. She has found the ruler. It is on her desk. Who has John's pencils? They are not on the bench.
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Two of the men are seated at the window. Who is the man standing in front of the blackboard? Mary did not find her father and mother after the lesson. Here is the teacher's son; he rings the bell. The school- teacher gives a lesson to the class. The Interrogative Form of a sentence with a personal pronoun as subject is made by placing the pronoun after the verb and joining the two words by a hyphen.
Is he in the room? Est-il da? JV'avez-vous pas deux freres?