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Common Time Expressions
très peu
Common Time Expressions
very seldom
Aller cannot stand alone
Tu vas au cafe? - Oui, j'y vais et Laurent y va aussi
If you do not mention the place you are going to, you must put the word Y before the verb aller. Y referst to the place already mentioned.

Are you going to the cafe? -
Yes, I am going and Laurence is also going.
Aller, is used to express how you feel

Ca va? - Oui ca va bien.
Comment tu vas? - Tres bien
How are you - I am good.
How are you - Very good.
On y va!
Lets get going - Should we go?
Aller + infinitif

Demain on VA AVOIR un examin.
Les eleves VONT ETUDIER.
je VAIS PASSER l'examen.
Telling what's going to happen.
Tomorrow they are going to have a test.
The students are going to study.
I am going to take a test.
To make negative

Tu NE VAS PAS ALLER au cafe?
Moi, je NE VAIS PAS REGARDER la tele.
To make a sentence negative you put NE PAS around the conjugated form of ALLER.
You aren't going to go to the cafe?
My, I am not going to watch television.
Les contractions avec à et de.

à + le = au
à + les = aux
à + la = à la
à + l' = à l'
The preposition à can mean to, in or at.
Je vais AU lycee.
Le prof parle AUX eleves.
Tu vas à la cantine?
Vous allez à l'ecole à pied.
I am going TO school
The teacher speaks TO the students.
Are you going TO the dining hall?
Are you going TO school ON foot?
Les contractions avec à et de.

de + le = du
de +les = des
de + la = de la
de + l' = de l'
The preposition de can mean of, from, or about.
The preposition de also indicates possession or ownership.
Le lycee de Vincent est a Paris.

Vincent's school is in Paris

je prends
tu prends
il prend
nous prenons
vous preneez
ils prennent
Prendre means to take OR to have when used with foods. It is an irregular verb

Conjugate like prendre
To Learn
To Understand
ça fait
It's (that is) as an answer to a math problem