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QUANTITY: In ARTICLES 03 you met 'du', 'de la', and 'des' for 'some'. CONNECTIONS 01 and CONNECTIONS 02 showed other ways of saying 'some' ... and you can use various other means to express degrees of quantity.

each chaque
each one chacun(e)
some, a few quelque(s)
several plusieurs
all tout, toute, tous, toutes

'WHAT?' You've discovered various ways of saying 'what' in 'the nine whiches'. There's one final word we haven't covered - 'quoi', as in 'je ne sais quoi'. Only use this very-non-specific word if none of the other constructs you've learned will fit!

'MÊME' - Remember that 'même' goes *before* the noun to mean 'same'. Putting it afterwards means 'very' ... as in 'le jour même' - 'that very day'. You can also use 'même' after the Column 7 pronouns (as in 'moi-même', etc.) to form the '-self' words - but this is only for *emphatic* use, and not to be confused with the prounouns for 'reflexive verbs' that are shown in Column 2.

'SI' - Use 'si' if someone says something negative you really don't agree with, and you want to counter it with something positive. If someone says "Le professeur n'est pas intelligent" ... you would, of course, reply, "Mais si! Il est très intelligent!" Vraiment :)

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