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  1. From where do the days of the week originate?
    From the pre-christian era
  2. What does Sunday mean?
    Sun day
  3. What does Monday mean?
    Moon day
  4. What does Tuesday mean?
    Tyyr's day
  5. What does Wednesday mean?
    Odin's / Wodan's day
  6. What does Thursday mean?
    Thor's day
  7. What does Friday mean?
    Frigg's day
  8. What does Saturday mean?
    Saturn's day
  9. What do the francophones overuse in terms of verbs?
    They overuse the progressive form
  10. What is the difference between the progressive and continuous tense for verbs?
    There's no difference, it's the same thing
  11. Exemple of the simple present form? (eat hamburgers)
    I eat hamburgers
  12. Exemple of the present progressive/continuous form? (eat hamburgers)
    I am eating a hamburger
  13. Exemple of the present perfect form? (eat hamburgers)
    I have eaten a hamburger
  14. Exemple of the simple past form? (eat hamburgers)
    I ate a hamburger
  15. Exemple of the present participle form? (eat hamburgers)
    I have been eating a hamburger
  16. We don't use words like "everyday", "right now", "already", "yesterday", etc. because they are...?
  17. Why do we say this verb tense is the right one to use in this sentence? (He gets up, walks out and drives away)
    Because "he" does these things one after the other
  18. Why do we say this verb tense is the wrong one to use in this sentence? (He is getting up, walking out and driving away)
    Because the sentence makes it like "he" is doing all these things at the same time, yet it is impossible
  19. What is the French word for present perfect?
    Passé composé
  20. What is so special about the present perfect tense?
    It has one part in the present and another in the past (Ex : I have drunk)
  21. What are the modals for "will" (Ex : I will eat)
    • would
    • can/could
    • shall/should
    • may/might/must
  22. In which verb tense is there an "s" at the end of the verb?
    Only in the 3rd person singular of the simple present
  23. What is a gerund?
    It's a term we give to a verb that acts as a noun
  24. What are the 6 senses of the simple present?
    • Expressing eternal truths
    • Real-time use
    • Habitual use
    • Future use
    • Past use for story-telling
    • Newspaper headlines

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2017-08-31 23:03:01
Anglais II
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