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Information - Franglais II

GenreEducation - Foreign LanguageYear1990
LanguageCompiled BASICPublisher[no publisher]
ControlsKeyboardDistributorInternational Freeware Assoc.
Players1Developer[n/a]
ResolutionLowLicensed from-
Programmer(s)

Mills, Evelyn

CountryUnited Kingdom
Graphic Artist(s)

Mills, Evelyn

SoftwareEnglish, French
Game design

Mills, Evelyn

Box / InstructionsEnglish
Musician(s)

[n/a]

LicensePD / Freeware / Shareware
Sound FX

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Instructions - Franglais II

     FIRST CONJUGATION REGULAR VERBS     (ending in ER) 
    
     e.g PENSER - TO THINK (INFINITIVE) Remove the ER to give stem
     for declining the PRESENT TENSE
     The endings to add to the stem  (PENS-) are
     -E, -ES, -E, -ONS, -EZ, -ENT

     Je pense, tu penses, il/elle pense, nous pensons, 
     vous pensez, ils/elles pensent.

     Some regular verbs are : CHERCHER (TO FIND), DONNER (TO GIVE)
     TROUVER (TO FIND), PARLER (TO SPEAK), PENSER (TO THINK)
     REGARDER (TO WATCH), AIMER (TO LOVE), JOUER (TO PLAY)
     MANGER (TO EAT), REGRETTER (TO REGRET), PORTER (TO CARRY) 
     Any good dictionary will tell you which -ER verb is regular.

     AVOIR, to have, is declined as follows:
     J'AI, TU AS, IL AS, NOUS AVONS, VOUS AVEZ, ILS ONT.

     Words used in the program which you may not know are:
    FACILE = EASY:  COMPRENDRE = TO UNDERSTAND: VRAI = TRUE
    ESSAYER = TO TRY: QUELQUEFOIS = SOMETIMES
    DE PLUS EN PLUS = MORE AND MORE: PLEIN DE = FULL OF.

    No accents (e.g. / (acutes) /\ (circumflexes) etc. have
    been used as they are not required in upper case. 
    Accents are used in French to show the pronounciation
    of a word. French words do not sound true at all in 
    Fast Basic speech - so I'll leave it to you to grapple
    with your  French teacher over this !!

    FRANGLAIS IS A FUN WAY TO LEARN FRENCH SO ENJOY IT.
    THE PROGRAM MATERIAL IS ACCURATE. 
    IF YOU HAVE ANY PROBLEMS - WRITE TO ME C/O FLOPPYSHOP.
       (Hi Steve)
   Press Q to quit. Mille remerciements - EVELYN MILLS
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