By Pascale Trevisiol, Emmanuelle Daill

Le cahier d'activites d'Alter ego 3 vient en supplement du livre de l'eleve dont il go well with los angeles structure.

Il suggest de renforcer les connaissances acquises a travers une grande variete d'activites:
- de vocabulaire
- de grammaire
- de communique,
- de comprehension et de construction ecrites, a faire en classe ou en autonomie.

A l. a. fin du cahier, un portfolio permet egalement a l'apprenant d'evaluer son apprentissage de facon lively et reflechie.

Alter ego three, c'est aussi:
- un livre de l'eleve,
- un consultant pedagogique,
- deux CD audio pour l. a. classe.

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This is a weak dagesh. (It is also called dagesh lene. ”) lb,B' Babel The second use is to indicate the doubling of a letter. Instead of writing the same letter twice, the Masoretes put a dagesh in the letter. This is called a strong dagesh. (It is also called dagesh forte. ”) tB'v; Sabbath Note: The sheva under a strong dagesh will be vocal. Because the letter is doubled, there are really two shevas. The first sheva is silent and the second is vocal according to the second rule for vocal shevas.

Nouns that do not follow the general rules are called irregular plurals and are so noted in this book’s vocabularies. Those that add consonants may have originally come from a different root than the singular. } Feminine singular (fs) nouns usually end with h–; or a t–. ) Various possibilities are represented in the examples below. Historically, the feminine endings all derived from t–' (at). hV;ai hn:v; 1 added. woman (fs) year (fs) The hyphen represents any final root letter to which the ending is Nouns and Prepositions 25 tB' taF;j' tyrIB] daughter (fs) sin, sin-offering (fs) covenant (fs) Some feminine nouns look like they are masculine.

Some recent grammars argue that grammatical gender of nouns for living and non-living things is primarily syntactical and does not reflect social ideas about gender. Some feminists think that the gender of non-living things often does reflect and support the sexist ideas and practices of patriarchal cultures. English, for example, uses feminine pronouns (she, her) for the church, because the church is thought of as emotionally supportive and nurturing like a mother. This usage is usually unconscious.

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