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les symboles phonétiques

In the phonetic alphabet, a single symbol or letter corresponds to a single sound, unlike the traditional alphabets of English or French. The phonetic alphabet is provided here as a means for indicating pronunciation more consistently and precisely. Note that a single French sound may correspond to several different spellings or combinations of letters.

introduction to adverbs

First, identify the adverb(s) in each sentence. Then, tell whether the adverb answers the question how?, how much?, when? or where?
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Pass rate:75 %
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possessive determiners

Fill in the blank with the appropriate possessive determiner (mon/ma/mes, etc.) for the subject of the sentence.
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avoir 'to have'

Fill in the blank with the appropriate form of the verb 'avoir' in the present tense.
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