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#french #liaison
a f is pronounced like a V: neuf heures

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Liaisons in French – Linking Words | Learn French Online
19, 2018 by Pascal Dherve Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest Liaisons in French – Linking Words VIDEO 1- Some letters have a different sound: An s or an x at the end of a word become a Z: de beaux arbres A d becomes a T: un grand ami <span>a f is pronounced like a V: neuf heures The words ending in -ein or -ain are usually said as feminine, also bon: bon ami = bonne ami but mon ami is mon nami. 2- Most of the liaisons are with short words: un, des, les, ces, mo




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a f is pronounced like a [...]
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V

neuf heures


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a f is pronounced like a V: neuf heures

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Liaisons in French – Linking Words | Learn French Online
19, 2018 by Pascal Dherve Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest Liaisons in French – Linking Words VIDEO 1- Some letters have a different sound: An s or an x at the end of a word become a Z: de beaux arbres A d becomes a T: un grand ami <span>a f is pronounced like a V: neuf heures The words ending in -ein or -ain are usually said as feminine, also bon: bon ami = bonne ami but mon ami is mon nami. 2- Most of the liaisons are with short words: un, des, les, ces, mo







#French
The "accent grave" ` (grave accent) can be on an A, E, or U. On the A and U, it usually serves to distinguish between words that would otherwise be written the same, ex: ou (or) vs où (where), "a" (has) vs "à" (to, at)

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low discussion Topic: French [imagelink] Accents in French Remy 19 14 13 11 11 6 4 665 In French, there are 4 accents for vowels and 1 accent for a consonant. The "accent aigu" ´ (acute accent) can only be on an E. <span>The "accent grave" ` (grave accent) can be on an A, E, or U. On the A and U, it usually serves to distinguish between words that would otherwise be written the same, ex: ou (or) vs où (where), "a" (has) vs "à" (to, at) The "accent circonflexe" ˆ (circumflex) can be on an A, E, I, O, or U. In general, it indicates that an S used to follow that vowel, e.g., forêt (forest). The "accent




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On the A and U grave accent ` usually serves to [...]
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distinguish between words that would otherwise be identical


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The "accent grave" ` (grave accent) can be on an A, E, or U. On the A and U, it usually serves to distinguish between words that would otherwise be written the same, ex: ou (or) vs où (where), "a" (has) vs "à" (to, at)

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Duolingo: Learn Spanish, French and other languages for free
low discussion Topic: French [imagelink] Accents in French Remy 19 14 13 11 11 6 4 665 In French, there are 4 accents for vowels and 1 accent for a consonant. The "accent aigu" ´ (acute accent) can only be on an E. <span>The "accent grave" ` (grave accent) can be on an A, E, or U. On the A and U, it usually serves to distinguish between words that would otherwise be written the same, ex: ou (or) vs où (where), "a" (has) vs "à" (to, at) The "accent circonflexe" ˆ (circumflex) can be on an A, E, I, O, or U. In general, it indicates that an S used to follow that vowel, e.g., forêt (forest). The "accent







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gA and C3 deposition


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Dexcom
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Dexcom


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