A phrase (French: une phrase) is a set of ordered words that has meaning. A sentence starts with a capital letter and ends with a mark, it can also be an exclamation (!) or a question (?) or a suspension (...) mark.
Here we are going to study the structure of the phrases in the French grammar.
It has three types of sentence structure:
In a sentence, each group of words organized around a verb (most often conjugated), is called a proposition.
There are four types of proposition. Therefore, you need to know about them in order to do a sentence structure
Tout le monde met un manteau quand c'est l'hiver. (Everybody puts a coat when it is winter)
|Juxtaposée||Le coq chante, le soleil brille, tout le village se réveille||(The fowl is singing, the sun is shining, the village is waking up)|
|Conjonction de coordination||Il partira ce soir et reviendra demain matin||(He will leave tonight and will come back tomorrow morning)|
It has a little similarity with the composed phrase.
Learn more about the French structure of the phrases in the next lessons of this course!
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