So, besides transitive verbs and intransitive verbs, what else will we be learning in this course?
Well, there's a very useful word quelque, which doesn't really mean much by itself, but when you put it together with some other words, you get quelque part, quelqu'un and quelquefois, meaning somewhere, somebody and sometimes, respectively. We'll be looking at these words in detail and seeing how we can use them.
We'll have another quick recap of the many different ways to say "what" in French and we'll meet another word: quoi. You can use quoi to mean what with the verb savoir, which means to know.
je ne sais pas quoi faire - I don't know what to do
So, as you can see, you can use quoi in front of infinitives.
We'll look at something called reflexive verbs, which are verbs that you "do to yourself". For example, you can wash yourself, dress yourself and get yourself up - well, these are all examples of reflexive verbs, but we'll be learning many more in this course.
The verb faire is one we've met quite a few times. We know it means to do or to make, but it can also be used in other ways. It's a very useful verb that can be used to express many different things, so we'll be exploring those and learning how to use them in our conversations.
As well as all that, we'll be looking at lots of other topic areas, including:
- Lots of new adverbs
- The words déjà and pas encore
- Lots of new adverbs and verbs, such as peut-être meaning perhaps
- How to talk about where things are using the points on a compass
- The different regions in France
- How to give an email address in French
- and much, much more...
I hope you enjoy - merci 🇫🇷