Faire des phrases anglaises

Phrases Affirmatives – Comment Les Construire

COMMENT CONSTRUIRE DES PHRASES AFFIRMATIVES SIMPLES


Pouvoir construire des phrases est une grande progression dans son apprentissage de l’anglais.

Nouveau vocabulaire de cette vidéo:

Subject
Verb
Complement
I
You
He
She
It
We
You
They
Chocolate
Home
Day
Dog
TV

The verbs (les verbes):

To speak (v)
To Like (v)
To Come(v)
To Go(v)
To Work(v)
is (verb to be)
To Leave(v)
To Have(v)
To Watch(v)

The sentences (les phrases):

I speak English.
You like chocolate.
He comes home.
She goes to work.
It is a beautiful day.
We leave at 10 o’clock.
You have a dog.
They watch TV.

 

Chaba Kayi

www.monanglais.fr

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2 réflexions au sujet de « Phrases Affirmatives – Comment Les Construire »

    1. In English the French sound « u » does not exist. The letter U is pronunced like YOU.
      In the word beautiful, you need to « forget » the a. So it becomes be-u-ti-ful. In French sounds it would sound something like « biou-ti-foul ».

      For your question on which language is the most difficult between British and Amercian, I don’t think there is an answer. Both are similar in many ways. I think it’s better to concentrate on which accent, which way of speaking do you prefer best and go for that one.

      It doesn’t matter which one you learn because they both can be understood by the other one.

      Hope this helps you.

      To your success!

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