I still don’t get it

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Ryan

Kwiziq community member

12 October 2018

3 replies

I still don’t get it

When do you use “appelez”

This relates to:
Saying your name: Je m'appelle, Tu t'appelles, Vous vous appelez -

Chris

Kwiziq community member

13 October 2018

13/10/18

When the subject is 2nd person plural (vous), the verb form is appelez. 

Cécile

Kwiziq language super star

13 October 2018

13/10/18

Hi Ryan,

The verb 'appeler quelqu'un' is not reflexive when it means to call someone, unlike 's'appeler' which is 'to be called'.

Appelez Marie tout de suite!Call Marie straight away!

Appelez in this instance is the Imperative 'vous' form of the verb 'Appeler'.

Hope this helps!

Ryan

Kwiziq community member

14 October 2018

14/10/18

Thank you Chris and Cécile

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