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There are many different types of adverbs. ) once (twice, three times) English around behind below above in front down(stairs) up(stairs) here there an)Where nowhere everywhere 03/Grammar [ 43] ~ Adverbs oflim e French English alors apres aujourd'hui avant then after today before already, ever tomorrow yesterday immediately for along time now anytime right away d~j~ demain hier imm~diatement longtemps maintenant n'importe quand tout de suite aauses A clause is a group of words containing a subject and a verb.

Le livre dans lequelj'ai vu ... • The book in which I saw ... Indefinite Relative Pronouns Indefinite relative pronouns are similar in usage to relative pronouns: they link subordinate/relative clauses to main clauses. The difference is that regular relative pronouns have a specific antecedent, and indefinite relative pronouns do not. There are four common indefinite relative pronouns; each form is used only in a particular structure, as summarized in the following table. ~ Indefinite Relative Pronouns Usage Pronoun Subject cequi Direct object ceque/qlf Object of de cedont Object of another preposition quoi Meaning what what which, what which, what Conjunctions Conjunctions are words that are used to join parts of a sentence together.

If it's singular and starts with a consonant or aspirated h (nonmute h), use du if it's masculine and de la if it's feminine. ~Singular Masculine du du pain du th~ Examples Feminine de Ia de Ia glace de Ia bi~re ~Plural Examples Masculine Feminine des des des asperges des pois Befom Vowel or Mute H de I' del~au de l'huile Befom Vowel or Mute H des des haricots The partitive article indicates an unknown or un-specified quantity of something, usually food or drink. It is often omitted in English.

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