oh my goodness, guys!
I’m so so sorry, I know that I said that I would update everyday for a week, but things got so hectic!
I have so much to do, and I just don’t think that I can run this blog anymore.
so, you may see some on and off posts (as usual; you know that I don’t have a strict schedule) but I shall try to update as often as I can!
je vous aime!
These two are often confused, as they both pretty much have the same meaning.
>Mauvais(e) is usually an adjective that describes a noun.
>Mal (also) means bad, but can only be used with living things, or feelings. It doesn’t necessarily mean bad; just a negative expression.
>C’est une mauvaise excuse - That’s a bad/poor excuse.
I used mauvaise here, because an excuse is a thing, not living.
>Je suis mal avec eux - I’m on bad terms with them.
I used mal here, because I am bad. I am the negative object, not describing anything in a negative way.
*You can also put mal infront any verb, to describe something being done poorly*
>J’ai dormi - I selpt.
>J’ai mal dormi - I slept poorly.
>Il parle le français - He speaks French.
>Il parle mal le français - He speaks French poorly.
And you can use mauvais(e) for bad. =)
Someone/body - quelqu’un
Each - chacun(e)
Something - quelque chose (de + adjective)
None - aucun(e)
Some - quelques-uns / quelques-unes
Anything - n’importe quoi
Somewhere - quelque part
Anyone - n’importe qui
Several - plusieurs
Anywhere - n’importe où
Some…others - certains…d’autres
Any time - n’importe quand
Another - un(e) autre
Nowhere - nulle part
Writing - l'écriture (f)
Question mark - le point d’interrogation
"At" sign (@) - l’arobase (f)
Punctuation - la ponctuation
Exclamation point - le point d’exclamation
Asterisk - l’astérisque (m)
Period - le point
Quotation marks - les guillemets (m)
Brackets - le crochet
Comma - la virgule
Parentheses - la parenthèse
Slash - la barre
Colon - les deux points (m)
Apostrophe - l’apostrophe (f)
Uppercase - majuscule
Semi-colon - le point-virgule
Hyphen - le trait d’union
Lowercase - minuscule
Horoscope - l’horoscope (m)
Astrology - l’astrologie(f)
Aries - Bélier
Taurus - Taureau
Gemini - Gémeaux
Cancer - Cancer
Leo - Lion
Virgo - Vierge
Libra - Balance
Scorpio - Scorpion
Sagittarius - Sagittaire
Capricorn - Capricorne
Aquarius - Verseau
Pisces - Poissons
hey guys, I know that it’s only been three days, but it feels like three months!
basically, I’m sorry that I haven’t updated recently. I’ve just been really busy right now.
and I’m busy all day today, so nothing today.
but I promise that there will be a post everyday next week, okay?
love you all.
je vous aime. =*
algebra - l’algèbre (f)
geometry - la géométrie
trigonometry - la trigonométrie
to add - additionner
angle - un angle
circle - un cercle
cylinder - un cylindre
decagonun - décagone
degree - un degré
fraction - une fraction
tetrahedron - un tétraèdre
whole number - un nombre entier
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awh, this is so sweet! thank you!
and I am glad that my blog helps others!
This isn’t exactly a lesson, but it is going to help you..
When learning a language, knowing what a sentence means will not make you fluent.
It is actually an extremely unhelpful way to learn a language, because you’re not learning anything. You need to be able to break a sentence down. For example:
J’aime mes livres.
It’s great that you know what it means, but if I asked you to break that sentence down, could you do it?
J’ = short for Je, which means I.
Aime = a verb, means like, or love.
Mes = plural for my.
Livres = means books.
Do you understand what I mean? You can know what a sentence/phrase means, but if you can’t break it down like that, then there is no point.
And this isn’t just with French, but when you are learning any language. If you come across a new phrase, try breaking it down into each separate word.
Even if the word order is different, but at least you know what each word means.
Just a little advice for all of you.
hiya! well I’m a girl. =3
and my age? I’m a teenager.