(page 94) --- 8.19 -- Possessifs; ton, ta, tes

We will do this exercise in the same manner as the mon, ma, mes exercise. Mireille seems to have forgotten everything, so we have to remind her who all these people are, and we are talking to her in the familiar.

1.

Who is Cécile? She's your sister.

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2.

Who is Marie-Laure? She's your sister.

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3.

Who is Madeleine Belleau? She's your mother.

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4.

Who is Georgette Belleau? She is your aunt. (your father's sister)

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5.

Who is Jeanne Belleau? She is your grandmother. (your father's mother)

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6.

Who is Lucie Pothier? She's your great grandmother. (your grandmother's mother)

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7.

Who are Jeanne Belleau and Louise Thomas? They are your grandmothers. (your father's mother and your mother's mother)

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8.

Who is François Belleau? He's your father.

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9.

Who is Anatole Belleau? He's your grandfather. (your father's father)

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10.

Who are Anatole Belleau and Léon Pothier? They are your grandfathers. (your father's father and your mother's father)

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11.

Who are Guillaume Belleau and Henri Pothier? They are your uncles. (your father's brother and your mother's brother)

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