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Some liaisons are left to the choice of the speaker and reflect style, social class, and region. More frequent liaisons facultatives indicate a more formal style or higher social class: pas encore /pazãkfr/ or /paãkfr/ (not yet) 4. The loi de position is a linguistic rule that attempts to describe the distribution of French mid vowels (see note 1). It states that high mid vowels occur in open syllables: /e/ fée (fairy) /ø/ peu (little) /o/ pot (pot) and low mid vowels occur in checked syllables: /7/ faire (to do) /œ/ peur (fear) /f/ porte (door) Unfortunately, this “law” is not very accurate.

23, p. 47, p. 59, p. 67) and then introduces est-ce que on page 77. The only exceptions are two wh-questions, Où est…? ) and Qui est…? ), which follow English word order (Valdman 1976b: 60). The introduction of est-ce que is accompanied by interrogative words such as comment (how), avec qui (with whom), combien de (how many), and pourquoi (why) (Valdman et al. 1984a: 77). ), and because pronoun subject–verb inversion is not to be introduced in the early stages of instruction (Valdman 1976b: 62).

P. 23, p. 47, p. 59, p. 67) and then introduces est-ce que on page 77. The only exceptions are two wh-questions, Où est…? ) and Qui est…? ), which follow English word order (Valdman 1976b: 60). The introduction of est-ce que is accompanied by interrogative words such as comment (how), avec qui (with whom), combien de (how many), and pourquoi (why) (Valdman et al. 1984a: 77). ), and because pronoun subject–verb inversion is not to be introduced in the early stages of instruction (Valdman 1976b: 62).

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