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French Level 1
    Unit 8: Leçon 5, Interlude 1
    Verbs Ending in -ER
    There is one last item that I need to show you before we move on to Unité 9.

    Oftimes in English, we want to say that we want to do something as a group. For example: if my friends (and I do have a couple) and I want to go eat pizza, how would I express the idea to them in English? Usually as "Let's go eat (or get) some pizza". This same type of phrase is also found in French! We just drop the word, "nous" and use the "nous" form of the verb by itself. How's that for simple?!

    Below are some examples so that you can see what I mean:

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Des Phrases  
Mangeons des pizzas. Let's eat some pizza.
Dansons! Let's dance!
Regardons la télé! Let's watch T.V.
    I'm sure you get the idea. Try making up some of your own sentences! When you are finished go the assignment for this Unité. Mlle. Duprée will be eagerly awaiting your arrival "au leçon suivant!" (at the next lesson!) À bientôt!

Introduction / Leçon 1a / Leçon 1b / Leçon 1c / Leçon 1d / Leçon 1e / Leçon 1f / Interlude 1.1 / Interlude 1.2 /
Leçon 2 / Leçon 3 / Interlude 3.1 / Interlude 3.2 / Leçon 4 / Leçon 5 / Interlude 5.1 /