jtm, i luv ya



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  • jv o 6né. jtm. a+

o Je vais au ciné. Je t’aime. À plus tard.

o I’m going to the movies. I love you. See you in 5.

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  1. @tte ... à tout (à l’heure) ... ... see you soon
  2. 2m1 ... demain ... ... tomorrow
  3. 2r1 ... de rien ... ... you’re welcome
  4. 6cné ... ciné, cinéma ... ... movies
  5. a+ ... à plus (tard) ... ... see you later
  6. a12c4 ... à un de ces quatre (matins) ... ... see you one of these days
  7. a2m1 ... à demain ... ... see you tomorrow
  8. ac, avc ... avec ... ... with
  9. alp ... à la prochaine ... ... see you next time
  10. àmha ... à mon humble avis ... imho ... in my humble opinion

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2 comments to jtm, i luv ya

  • Ian McCaffrey

    Hi Anne,

    Is it always the case that a direct object pronoun goes before the conjugated verb, or can I say…

    I will see you again tomorrow / Je vais te revoir demain.

    PS. I’m really enjoying this site.


    • Hey Ian, great question. Yes, Direct Object Pronouns always come just before the conjugated form of the VERB? In your example, the verb is REVOIR. ‘vais’ isn’t a verb in this sentence, it’s considered as a helping verb (like ‘être’ or ‘avoir’ in the passé composé). ‘vais”s purpose is to express the near future. So, the verb in your sentence is REVOIR and the pronoun TE comes before it.
      Hope that helps.
      Continue browsing.



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