Reprise- Ch. 1- Present Tense Of Regular Verbs

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Reprise- Ch. 1- Present Tense Of Regular Verbs - Quiz


A quiz on chapter 1 in the french workbook Reprise.


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  • 1. 

    Translate these english verbs to french.To accept, to accompany, to adore, love, to help, to like, love, to bring, to appreciate, to arrive, to chat, to stop, to sing, to look for, to continue, to dance, to decide, to have lunch, to ask, to spend (money), to draw, to hate, to have dinner, to give, to listen to, to carry/take away, carry off, to borrow, to teach to enter, come/go in, to study, to close, to earn, win, to keep, to live (reside), to hesitate, to invite, to play, to let/leave behind, to wash, to walk, to go up (stairs), to show, to organize, to forget, to speak, to pass; spend (time), to think, to carry, to practice, to prepare, to present, to lend, to tell, tell about, relate, to refuse, to look at, to thank, to meet (by chance), to return, go back, to return come/go back, to meet (by appointment), to greet, to bear, stand, to phone, to work, to cross, to find

  • 2. 

    Conjugate this verb: Parler

    Explanation
    The given answer provides the correct conjugation of the verb "Parler" in the present tense for different subjects. "Parler" means "to speak" in English. The conjugation follows the pattern of regular -er verbs in French, where the endings are added to the stem "parl-". The subject pronouns "je", "tu", "il", "nous", "vous", and "ils" are matched with the corresponding verb forms "parle", "parles", "parle", "parlons", "parlez", and "parlent" respectively.

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  • 3. 

    Conjugate this verb: finir

    Explanation
    The correct answer provides the conjugation of the verb "finir" in different forms. The verb "finir" means "to finish" in English. The given conjugation shows the verb being conjugated in the present tense for different subjects. "Je finis" means "I finish," "tu finis" means "you finish" (informal), "il finit" means "he finishes," "nous finissons" means "we finish," "vous finissez" means "you finish" (formal/plural), and "ils finissent" means "they finish."

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  • 4. 

    Translate these english verbs to french.to applaud, to warn, to build, to choose, to disobey, to establish, to finish, to get fat, to cure, make better, to get thin, to get thin, to obey, to think, reflect, to fill, to succeed, to blush

    Explanation
    The given answer correctly translates the English verbs to their corresponding French verbs. The verbs "appludir" means "to applaud," "avertir" means "to warn," "bâtir" means "to build," "choisir" means "to choose," "désobéir" means "to disobey," "établier" means "to establish," "finir" means "to finish," "grossir" means "to get fat," "guérir" means "to cure" or "make better," "maigrir" means "to get thin," "mincir" also means "to get thin," "obéir" means "to obey," "réfléchir" means "to think" or "reflect," "remplir" means "to fill," "réussir" means "to succeed," and "rougir" means "to blush."

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  • 5. 

    Conjugate this verb: rendre

    Explanation
    The given answer provides the correct conjugation of the verb "rendre" in the present tense for different subject pronouns. "Rendre" is a regular -re verb, and its conjugation follows the pattern of verbs ending in -re. The conjugation is as follows: je rends (I render), tu rends (you render), il rend (he renders), nous rendons (we render), vous rendez (you render), ils rendent (they render).

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  • 6. 

    Translate these enflish verbs to french.to wait, wait for, to confuse, to forbid, to go down (stairs), to hear, to interrupt, to lose, to claim, to give back, to answer, to break, break off (especially figuratively), to sell

    Explanation
    The correct answer is the list of French translations for the given English verbs: attendre (to wait), confondre (to confuse), défendre (to forbid), descendre (to go down), entendre (to hear), interrompre (to interrupt), perdre (to lose), prétendre (to claim), rendre (to give back), répondre (to answer), rompre (to break), vendre (to sell).

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  • 7. 

    Translate this to french (note: using on): French is spoken here.  Secretary wanted.  Today we're having dinner at a restaurant.  We live in Paris.

    Explanation
    The given answer is a correct translation of the provided English sentences into French. It accurately conveys the meaning of each sentence using the appropriate vocabulary and grammar. The use of "on" in French is equivalent to the English "we" or "people" in a general sense. The sentences are structured correctly and there are no errors in the translation.

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  • 8. 

    Form a sentence using this.  Nous/passer la soirée/à la maison.

    Explanation
    The given sentence "Nous passons la soirée à la maison" is a correct formation in French. It translates to "We spend the evening at home" in English.

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  • 9. 

    Fill in the blank.  Je (saluer) nos invités.

    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Je salue nos invités." This is the correct conjugation of the verb "saluer" in the first person singular form "je." It means "I greet our guests" in English.

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  • 10. 

    Fill in the blank.  Elle (répondre) que oui.

    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Elle répond que oui." This is the correct conjugation of the verb "répondre" in the third person singular form, followed by the conjunction "que" and the word "oui" which means "yes" in French.

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  • 11. 

    Conjugate this verb: commencer

    Explanation
    This is the correct conjugation of the verb "commencer" in the present tense. The verb "commencer" means "to begin" in English. In this conjugation, each pronoun is paired with the appropriate form of the verb, following the regular conjugation pattern for -er verbs in French.

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  • 12. 

    Translate these english verbs to french.to announce, to advance, to divorce, to erase, to launch, to threaten, to place, invest, to pronounce, to replace, to resign, quit

  • 13. 

    Conjugate this verb: manger

    Explanation
    The given answer correctly conjugates the verb "manger" in the present tense for different subjects. In French, verbs change their endings based on the subject pronouns. The conjugations "je mange, tu manges, il mange, nous mangeons, vous mangez, ils mangent" correspond to "I eat, you eat, he eats, we eat, you eat, they eat" in English. Each form matches the correct subject pronoun and verb ending, following the regular conjugation pattern for -er verbs like "manger".

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  • 14. 

    Translate these english verbs to french.to fix up, convert, to arrange, to change, to correct, to discourage, to move (change residence), to bother, to direct, to encourage, to swim, to share, to dive, to put away, to draft, write, to travel

  • 15. 

    Conjugate this verb: nettoyer

    Explanation
    To conjugate the verb "nettoyer" in French, we need to consider the subject of the sentence and the tense we want to use. In the present tense, for example, we would have "je nettoie" (I clean), "tu nettoies" (you clean), "il/elle nettoie" (he/she cleans), "nous nettoyons" (we clean), "vous nettoyez" (you clean), and "ils/elles nettoient" (they clean).

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  • 16. 

    Translate these english verbs to french.to sweep, to frighten, to use, to bore, to send, to try, try on, to wipe, to pay, to send back, dismiss, to use the tu form to address someone, to use to vous form to addriss someone

    Explanation
    The correct answer is a list of French translations for various English verbs. It includes translations such as "balayer" for "to sweep," "effrayer" for "to frighten," "employer" for "to use," and so on.

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  • 17. 

    Conjugate this verb: acheter

    Explanation
    The given answer provides the correct conjugation of the verb "acheter" in the present tense for different subjects. The verb "acheter" means "to buy" in English. The conjugation follows the regular pattern for -er verbs in French. The subject pronouns (j', tu, il, nous, vous, ils) are followed by the corresponding conjugated form of the verb (achète, achètes, achète, achetons, achetez, achètent).

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  • 18. 

    Translate these english verbs to french.to bring (someone), to take (someone), to remove, take off, to freeze, to pick up, raise, to lead, to weigh, to walk (something)

    Explanation
    The correct answer is the given list of French verbs: amener, emmener, enlever, geler, lever, mener, peser, promener. These verbs are the correct translations of the English verbs listed in the question. "Amener" means "to bring (someone)", "emmener" means "to take (someone)", "enlever" means "to remove", "geler" means "to freeze", "lever" means "to take off", "mener" means "to lead", "peser" means "to weigh", and "promener" means "to walk (something)".

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  • 19. 

    Conjugate this verb: Appeler

    Explanation
    The given answer provides the correct conjugation of the verb "appeler" in the present tense for different subjects. The verb "appeler" means "to call" in English. The conjugation follows the pattern of regular -er verbs, where the endings are added to the verb stem "appel-". The subject pronouns "j'" (I), "tu" (you), "il" (he), "nous" (we), "vous" (you), and "ils" (they) are correctly matched with their respective conjugated forms "appelle", "appelles", "appelle", "appelons", "appelez", and "appellent".

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  • 20. 

    Translate these english verbs to french.to spell, to leaf through, to throw, to project, throw, plan, to call back, to reject, to renew

    Explanation
    The given answer is correct because it accurately translates the English verbs to their corresponding French verbs. "épeler" means "to spell," "feuilleter" means "to leaf through," "jeter" means "to throw," "projeter" means "to project," "rappeler" means "to call back," "rejeter" means "to reject," and "renouveler" means "to renew."

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  • 21. 

    Conjugate this verb: espérer

    Explanation
    The given answer correctly conjugates the verb "espérer" in the present tense for different subjects. The verb "espérer" means "to hope" in English. The conjugation follows the regular pattern for -er verbs in French, where the endings change according to the subject pronoun. The answer provides the conjugations for the first person singular (j'espère), second person singular (tu espères), third person singular (il espère), first person plural (nous espérons), second person plural (vous espérez), and third person plural (ils espèrent).

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  • 22. 

    Conjugate this verb: préférer

    Explanation
    The given answer is incorrect. The correct conjugation of the verb "préférer" is: je préfère, tu préfères, il préfère, nous préférons, vous préférez, ils préfèrent. The mistake in the given answer is in the conjugation of the "vous" form, where "préféres" should be "préférez".

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  • 23. 

    Translate this to english.En général nous nageons dans une piscine, mais aujourd'hui nous nageons dans la mer.

    Explanation
    The given translation accurately conveys the meaning of the original French sentence. It states that normally, people swim in a pool, but on this particular day, they are swimming in the ocean instead.

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  • 24. 

    Je t'emmène en ville demain.  Merci, tu es gentil.  Mais demain je travaille.

    Explanation
    The correct answer is a translation of the given French sentence and includes the correct punctuation and capitalization. It accurately conveys the meaning of the original dialogue, where one person offers to take the other person downtown, and the other person declines due to work commitments.

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  • 25. 

    Depuis combien de temps attends-tu l'autobus?

    Explanation
    The given answer is correct because it accurately translates the question from French to English. It maintains the same structure and meaning, asking about the duration of time someone has been waiting for the bus.

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  • 26. 

    J'attend depuis vingt minutes.

    Explanation
    The given sentence is incorrect because "minute" should be pluralized to "minutes" to match the subject "twenty". The correct sentence should be "I've been waiting for twenty minutes."

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  • 27. 

    Il y a combien de temps que tu achètes tes livres dans cette librairie?Il y a duex ans que j'achète mes livres ici.

    Explanation
    The given answer correctly translates the question and provides the information asked for. It indicates that the person has been buying their books in this bookstore for a period of two years.

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