What would you like to do?
What is the 'participe passe' of 'avoir'?
To conjugate the French verb 'avoir' means to take it through all of the voices, tenses, persons, and moods. The voices are active or passive. In this case, an active con…struction is 'you have closed the door'. An example of a passive construction is 'the door has been closed by you'. The tenses are present, future, conditional, imperfect, perfect, and their combinations such as conditional perfect, future perfect, past perfect, simple perfect. The persons are the subject and subject pronouns in the singular and plural. Thus, the singular choices are first ['je/I'], second ['tu/you'], and third ['il/elle/he/she/it']. The plural choices are ['nous/we'], second ['vous/you'], and third ['ils/elles/they']. The moods are imperative [of command], indicative [of reality], infinitive [of 'to...'], and subjunctive [of wishes]. I suggest that you look at the Le Conjugueur website
"avoir" = to have "mon ami" = my friend a common farewell = au revoir mon ami. (good-bye my friend)
Severe time constraints may require crisis participants to pass information verbally including the decision to commit forces?
Etre takes avoir as the helping verb. An easy way to remember is that etre is always the helping verb with verbs of coming or going.
A precipitate is basicly a solid forming in a solution during a chemical reaction. When the reaction occurs, the solid formed is called the precipitate, and the liquid r…emaining above the solid is called the supernate.
Having an attitude of willingness to join in an activity.
It means to have.
The phrase 'avoir le bonheur' means to have the pleasure . In the word-by-word translation, the verb 'avoir' means 'to have'. The definite article 'le' means 'the'. The noun …'bonheur' means 'delight, fortune, happiness, pleasure'.
Yes it can if the child is 18 or older and they were on the voucher.
It means 'to have faith'.
" To have " is the most common meaning of the French infinitive avoir . Specifically, avoir is an important verb to know in French. For example, it is one of two verbs -…- along with Ãª tre ("to be") -- which serve as the auxiliary part of the verb in compound tenses: J'ai fait ... ("I have done/made..."). It also may be found in many colloquial, idiomatic or special use situations: J'ai vingt ans ... ("I have 20 years" = "I am 20 years old").
J'ai tu as il/elle/on a nous avons vous avez ils/elles ont
That is a phrase in French written by someone who doesn't know French very well, but it is intended to mean have a great time.
The phrase 'avoir honte' means to be ashamed . In the word-by-word translation, the verb 'avoir' means 'to have'. The noun 'honte' means 'shame'.
Title IX was passed in 1972 and gave women the right to participate in a great number of activities. The Title bans gender discrimination.