Studylist for exercise Getting ready for autumn

A list of the topics covered in this exercise.

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Using le, la, l', les before nouns when generalising (definite articles)
Using "mon" rather than "ma" with feminine nouns starting with a vowel or mute h (possessive adjectives)
Ce/cet/cette and ces = this/that and these/those (demonstrative adjectives)
Using dans, sur, sous, devant, derrière, entre to say in, on top of, under, in front of, behind (prepositions)
Conjugate regular -ir verbs (+ avoir) in Le Passé Composé (conversational past)
Replacing nouns with le, la, l', les = it, him, her, them (direct object pronouns)
En vs dans with locations (prepositions)
Position of object pronouns with verbs in compound tenses
Common mistakes with mon/ma/mes, ton/ta/tes and son/sa/ses (possessive adjectives)
Conjugate regular -er and -ir verbs in Le Futur (future tense)
Conjugate être in Le Futur (future tense)
Conjugate aller in Le Futur (future tense)
Using Le Futur after "quand" and "pendant que" instead of Le Présent
Sortir can be used with avoir or être in Le Passé Composé... and changes meaning
Prochain / dernier = Next / last (durations)
Conjugate mettre and derivatives (+avoir) in Le Passé Composé (conversational past)
À + le = au, à + les = aux, de + le = du, de + les = des (contractions of articles)
Qui = Who, which, that (relative pronouns)
Conjugate -éXer, -eXer, -eter, -eler verbs in Le Futur (future tense)
Passer, se passer, se passer de (different meanings of 'passer')
Chez = at someone's place (prepositions)
Conjugate devoir in Le Futur (future tense)
Que = Whom, which, that (relative pronouns)
Ce qui (vs ce que) = what, which (relative pronouns)
Pour + infinitive = In order to
Conjugate pouvoir in Le Présent (present tense)
Using le or l' to refer to previously mentioned ideas (direct object pronoun)
Me, te, nous, vous = Me, you, us, you (direct and indirect object pronouns)
Position of object pronouns with verbs in simple tenses
Position of object pronouns with infinitives
Conjugate -dre and -re verbs in Le Futur (future tense)
Conjugate voir and derivatives in Le Présent (present tense)
Position of direct and indirect object pronouns with negation

Q&A Forum 1 question, 1 answer

gusts of wind = bourrasques de vent; why is the more common {my opinion} word 'rafales' not an option?

Asked 8 months ago
CécileKwiziq language super starCorrect answer

Hi Walter,

Yes, you can say ‘rafales’ as well as ‘bourrasques de vent’....

gusts of wind = bourrasques de vent; why is the more common {my opinion} word 'rafales' not an option?

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