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Leçon - Les prépositions

Leçon - Les prépositions
Les Prépositions Les prépositions, comme leur nom l'indique, sont des mots qui viennent se poser avant, et plus précisément avant un groupe nominal. Il existe une multitude de prépositions en anglais qui ont toutes, bien évidemment un usage spécifique. Les prépositions de temps --> From... to.. "from" indique le point de départ dans le départ "to" indique le point de fin dans le départ ex: from January to July (de janvier à juillet) from 1984 to 1990 (de 1984 à 1990) from 8am to 10 pm (de 8 heures à 22 heures) --> Since "since" indique le début d'un parcours. on le traduirait par 'depuis'. I have lived there since 1994. I have worked as a gardener since January. You have not stopped talking since you arrived. --> For "for" se place avant une durée. I have lived there for 20 years. I have worked as a gardener for eight months. --> Until "until" indique une fin, un point d'arrivée dans le temps. On pourrait le traduire par 'jusqu'à'. I will be at home until Friday. I slept until 10 o'clock. Related:  OUTILS DIDACTIQUES ET PEDAGOGIQUES

Adele's ESL Corner - Your free online English language website Leçon - Les question tags Les Question Tags L'étude de la forme interrogative nous amène à nous intéresser à ce qu'on appele les 'question tags'. Les question tags sont des questions, comme le nom l'indique, qui viennent s'insérer à la fin d'un énoncé. On les traduit souvent par l'expression passe-partout "n'est-ce pas". You didn't do that, did you? Tu n'as pas fait cela, n'est-ce pas? You like chocolate, don't you? She is blond, isn't she? Comme vous l'avez remarqué, à l'expression française "n'est-ce pas" correspond une multitude de possibilités en anglais, et nous n'en avons vu pour le moment qu'une infirme partie. La construction des question tags: Pour construire un question tag, il faut: - analyser le temps de l'énoncé de départ ("You didn't do that" / "You don't like chocolate" / "She is blond") - enfin, il faut également récupérer le sujet de l'énoncé de départ et effectuer l'inversion Auxiliaire / sujet: "did you" / "dont you" / "isn't she". I'm right, aren't I?

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