Just Jot it January 11 – Il faut que…

le 11 janvier, 2017

One liner-Wednesday. In French today!

(If you don’t read French, here is a rough translation: If you’re going to learn French, you’re going to have to learn how to use the subjunctive verb form, which looks exactly like all the other verb forms in English, and besides that, we rarely use it unless we want to say “May the Force be with you!”

La prof exige que nous fassions nos devoirs. Il faut qu’on apprenne comment utiliser le subjonctif. Que la Force soit avec vous ! (Parce que vous en aurez besoin !) 



Beauzée - Grammaire générale (Titre)
By Nicolas Beauzée (1717–1789) (Gallica) [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons
Just Jot It January” – The spectacular-anyone-can-join-fantabulous-month-of-blogging  created by the Super Hero Linda G Hill! If you click on the link below or the picture at the bottom of the post, you’ll find the proper link to learn all the rules !


2a. Since today is Wednesday, I challenge you to make your JusJoJan post a one-liner. If you don’t care to, or if you’ve already written your post, no problem. Remember, with One-Liner Wednesday you can write anything – it’s only a prompt to write one line, not necessarily to keep to the same theme as mine. The rules that I’ve made for myself (but don’t always follow) for “One-Liner Wednesday” are:
(i) Make it one sentence.
(ii) Make it either funny or inspirational.
(iii) Use our unique tag #1linerWeds.
(iv) Have fun!
(v) Use our One-Liner Wednesday badge!



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