501 French Verbs by Christopher Kendris, Ph.D.,Theodore N. Kendris, Ph.D.

By Christopher Kendris, Ph.D.,Theodore N. Kendris, Ph.D.

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Examples: Mon ami est arrivé quand j’ai eu fini la leçon / My friend arrived when I (have had) finished the lesson. The verb form in the subordinate clause with a double helping verb (j’ai eu fini) is what makes the form Surcomposé. In English, some people call it double or super compound. It has also been used in other compound tenses with avoir or être as the helping verb. Nowadays, one hardly ever hears this unusual verb form, but it’s worth being aware of in case you come across it in your readings in French literature.

To desire that . . douter que . . to doubt that . . empêcher que . . to prevent that . . s’étonner que . . to be astonished that . . s’étonner de ce que . . to be astonished at the fact that . . être bien aise que . . to be pleased that . . être content que . . to be glad that . . être désolé que . . to be distressed that . . être étonné que . . to be astonished that . . être heureux que . . to be happy that . . être joyeux que . . to be joyful that . . être malheureux que .

See comparative adjective. Same degree of comparison: Mr. Bernard speaks as fast as Mr. Claude / Monsieur Bernard parle aussi vite que Monsieur Claude. Lesser degree of comparison: Alice studies less seriously than her sister / Alice étudie moins sérieusement que sa soeur. Higher degree of comparison: Albert works more slowly than his brother / Albert travaille plus lentement que son frère. See also superlative adverb. complex sentence A complex sentence contains one independent clause and one or more dependent clauses.

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