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Cahiers Blancs


Se traduit généralement par du/de ou quelques 

1.A la  forme affirmative et négative : 

-I have  some milk 

J'ai  du lait 

-I don't have any milk 

Je n'ai pas de lait 

2.A la  forme interrogative.

La question pour sur le verbe :

-Do you have any milk ?

Avez vous du lait ? 

La question pour sur le nom:

-Can I have some milk ?

Puis je avoir du lait  ? 

Mème chose pour :

-Someone, somwhere,something,sometimes


-Nowhere,noone,nothing etc 

Ps : On pourra retrouver la forme avec no ex I have no milk 

Conversation 1

Man: Do you have any paper?
Woman: I have some, but not much.
Man: How much do you have?
Woman: I have about 10 sheets of paper.
Man: That is plenty. I just need five sheets.
Woman: OK, here you go.

Conversation 2

Man: Do we have any eggs?
Woman: We have some. Maybe three eggs.
Man: OK, and do we have any cheese?
Woman: No, we don’t have any cheese.
Man: Oh, that’s too bad. I want to make an omelet.
Woman: Well, I can go to the store and buy some.
Man: No, that’s OK. I’ll just have toast.

Conversation 3

Man: Care for some coffee?
Woman: I would love some.
Man: Cream or sugar?
Woman: No sugar, but I’ll take a little cream please!
Man: Oh, you know what, we don’t have any cream. Is milk OK?
Woman: That’s fine.

Conversation 4

Man: So, what did you get for lunch?
Woman: I bought some stuff to make sandwiches.
Man: Oh great! Did you buy any potato chips?
Woman: No, I did not. I did not see any.
Man: That’s OK. We have some pretzels.
Woman: That will work.

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